Protection Against the Coronavirus

Safely Worship with Us


Saint Catherine's Parish has returned to pre-COVID operations for worship, liturgies, ministries and parish office operations without any restrictions on capacity or duration, nor any mandates for masks, sanitizing or distancing.

However, our Diocese will continue to refrain from offering the Precious Blood at the time of Holy Communion to the Assembly.

Our Bishop wishes to bless all of us in this hopeful time as we transition from this pandemic and thanks you for your faith and patience over these two years and assures of us of his prayers for good health and wellbeing.


Here are the COVID Directives that are currently in effect:

 


Hand Sanitizer

We have several hands-free dispensers located throughout the church for your convenience. All ministers of Holy Communion will sanitize their hands prior to serving.





Temporary Safety Restrictions in Effect

Precious Blood: The Blood of Christ is not given to the Assembly at this time.



Feeling Sick? Stay Home. Watch our Livestreams.

Please remember to stay home and properly quarantine if you are not feeling well, have a fever or have tested positive for COVID-19. We have two thermometers in the area for use. Feel free to try it.

Staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from getting sick. The parish will continue to Broadcast Online Livestreams of Masses that you can watch remotely:

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