Anyone who feels even slightly ill must not attend Mass (Sundays or weekdays). [...] Fr. Wegner personally dispenses all the sick and elderly from the Sunday obligation until further notice. Holy …More
Anyone who feels even slightly ill must not attend Mass (Sundays or weekdays). [...]
Fr. Wegner personally dispenses all the sick and elderly from the Sunday obligation until further notice.
Holy water fonts are to be emptied. An adequate supply of holy water will nevertheless be ensured so that the laity may fill their own bottles for use at home and on entering the church. New bottles will be supplied for this purpose where possible.
All food handling (e.g. coffee/donut time after the Masses, potlucks, St. Joseph’s Tables) is canceled until further notice.
If there are government rulings regarding canceling or reducing the size of gatherings, we will follow the lawful government orders.
All unnecessary public gatherings will be canceled. Your local priest or coordinator will be in contact regarding specific events at your chapel or school.
In parishes where the Masses tend to be very full, priests if possible will add additional Masses to reduce the number of faithful at any given …More
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Letter from Fr. Wegner Regarding US District and COVID-19 Coronavirus

March 14, 2020 Source: District of the USA The Gospel for today, the Saturday of the Second Week of Lent, appropriately revisits the parable of the …
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"we will follow the lawful government orders" and who decides if they're lawful orders? The government issuing them, right? Quick photo-reminder how that worked out the last time...

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