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New Mass Schedule

Updated: Aug 6, 2020

It has been a month since we started outdoor Masses at Ascension (June 19). While the weekday Mass on average has a dozen people participating in, Masses on Saturday evening and Sunday morning are drawing an increased number of worshippers.


Fortunately, with the new county directive, we are now able to offer outdoor Masses for about 50 people (the capacity of the terrace in front of our church).


Besides, given the current elements (weather conditions, sunlight direction, sunrise and sunset time, etc.), we have made some changes to the Mass schedule as follows.

EFFECTIVE: Saturday, July 25


WEEKDAY MASS

8:00 AM: Monday through Friday

8:30 AM: Saturday


SUNDAY MASS

7:00 PM: Saturday (Vigil Mass)

8:30 AM: Sunday


LIVE-STREAMED MASS

5:00 PM: Saturday (effective August 8)


to help keep our community safe, please remember:

  • Stay home if you are sick or have symptoms associated with coronavirus.

  • Park at least one space away from any other cars in the parking lot.

  • Wear a face covering as you approach the assembly.

  • Bring with you hand sanitizer, a chair, an offering envelope, etc.

  • Check in at the registration table.

  • Maintain a 6-foot distance.

  • Refrain from physically touching one another.

Thank you for your cooperation. We hope to see you at the outdoor Mass.



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