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Bishop Letter Regarding the Reopening of Public Masses - 10/22/20 (PDF)

Dear Friends in Christ,

I hope that this letter finds you doing well considering the circumstances in which we find ourselves.  As the COVID 19 numbers change in our area, I want to share some adjusted guidelines for attendance at Mass.  Please know that your health and that of others is our constant concern.

NO reservations are required to attend weekend Mass.  We have a big church and, even with social distancing, we can safely hold 200 people.  Every other pew has been taped off.  Moreover, the church is sanitized after each Mass.  Please bring a mask which you must wear during Mass.  We have face masks available if you do not have one.  Hand sanitizers are also located all around the church.

Plan to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to Mass. We want to allow for social distancing at the entrance.

Once you are inside:

  1. Please take a worship aid as you enter (there are no missalettes in the pews).
  2. You will be welcomed by a hospitality minister who can answer any questions you might have.
  3. At the hospitality podium there is a collection basket for you to drop in your envelope as you enter (the offertory will not be taken up).
  4. Proceed to an available seat (again every other pew has been taped off according to distancing guidelines).
  5. Please do not stand around socializing or touch things unnecessarily to help us keep surfaces within the church sanitized.
    I look forward to welcoming you and all of our parishioners back for the celebration of the Sunday Eucharist which is indeed the source and summit of our life as members of our parish family.

God bless you!
Fr. Peter

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Mission Statement

We the people of Our Lady of Consolation Parish, called to faith and salvation in Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic tradition, dedicate ourselves to living the Gospel by:

  • Worshiping God through the Eucharist
  • Fostering education
  • Instilling family values
  • Promoting social justice
  • Building a community where all are welcome

We commit ourselves to generosity and to the responsible use of our spiritual and material resources.