Effective Monday, May 18, 2020, this is our schedule.
Monday – Saturday 9:00AM*
Sunday 8:00AM, 10:30AM*
* live-streamed on FaceBook
Currently, we are not offering the Sunday 6:00AM or Weekday 7:00AM Masses.
Confessions (in the sacristy)
Directives for Participating in Mass & Confessions
- Bishop Siegel’s dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for the people of the Diocese of Evansville has been extended through August 15.
- All people 65 and over, all people with underlying health challenges, and anyone with a fever or other illness should refrain from coming to Mass at this time.
- Live-streaming Masses will continue. Beginning Monday, May 18, live-streaming will be Monday through Saturday at 9AM, Saturday at 4:30PM, Sunday at 10:30AM.
- Maximum seating in church is about 180 people.
- In order to minimize shared space, there will be no lectors or servers assigned at this time.
- Social gatherings on parish property before or after Mass are not permitted.
- As recommended by health officials, all who come to Mass are asked by Fr. Godfrey to wear a mask, except while receiving Holy Communion.
- Please sanitize your hands as you enter church, before Holy Communion, after Holy Communion, and after Mass. Sanitizer will be available (if we can purchase more) at the east entrance door and near the front of the aisles for Holy Communion. Touch as little as possible: pews, door handles, etc.
- Entrance will only be through the east doors – at the top of the ramp.
- Holy water will not be placed at the doors; if you’d like to take holy water home, please bring water in a capped bottle and it will be blessed.
- Hymnals have been removed from the pews; please bring your own Mass materials if you wish.
- Sit only in approved places; families who live in one household may sit together in the side pews.
- Raise and lower the kneelers with your foot instead of your hand.
- The collection will be taken at the east door where you enter in a marked cardboard box.
- There will be no sign of peace at this time.
- Gloves may not be worn for the reception of Holy Communion.
- Holy Communion from the chalice will only be for the priest at this time.
- When approaching for Holy Communion, please maintain a distance of six feet from the person in front of you, unless you live in the same household with the person ahead.
- All who come for Mass are encouraged to receive Holy Communion in the hand to prevent the spreading of droplets from the communicant’s mouth to the minister’s hand.
- Ordered dismissal at the end of Mass will be by row, starting from back to front of the front sections and then from front to back for the rear sections.