The Day Will Come …

… when COVID is a chapter in 21st century history; when Zoom and distance learning will be stories we tell to the next generation; when our gatherings and our singing are back in place. We are getting there, but we are not there yet.
On behalf of Fr. Ron, Fr. Tom, Fr. Doug, and our staffs and volunteers, we remind you that masks are still required in our churches and public places. Several people have told us directly that as they come back to church after many months, they do not feel safe or respected in their health concerns when others do not observe masking and social distancing. We do understand the small number who cannot mask due to underlying health conditions but still want to be present for Mass, First Communions, Confirmations, funerals, and other events; it is a courtesy and charity to care for them.

St. Paul tells us Jesus “humbled Himself, becoming obedient to death, even death on a Cross” (Philippians 2:8). In light of this, are you able to humble yourself, even to wear a mask?