Looking Ahead to Coming Sundays During COVID-19 Pandemic

Important Information about this Sunday and looking ahead:  Since there are no public Masses at this time because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you are invited and encouraged to come to church to receive a greeting and blessing this weekend and future weekends while there are no public Masses.  This opportunity will be available to people in a drive through/curbside stop format where you will receive a greeting, blessing, and parish bulletin, in a way that maintains social distancing.  You are also welcome and encouraged to drop off your Sunday contribution envelope at the same time. Greeting and blessings will be given at:

·        St. Mathias – Saturday – 5-6 pm, entering the driveway at Highways 47 and 50.

·        St. Mary – Sunday – 8-9 am, entering the horseshoe to the church nearest the cemetery.

·        St. John the Baptist – 10-11 am, along the curbside nearest the front steps of the church.

Each of the three churches will be open on Sunday afternoon for a time of personal prayer.  If you are stopping on Sunday afternoon please maintain appropriate social distancing.

A recorded Sunday Mass will be available again this weekend on Facebook and You Tube, as well as broadcast on KDWA Radio 1460 AM/97.7 FM at 4:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday at 8:05 am and 12:05 pm.

Also beginning on April 18th, the Sacrament of Penance will be available for the tri-parish community every Saturday, 9:00-9:30 am in a drive-through format in front of the Parish Center in Hampton.  People are asked to enter from Highway 50 and exit on Highway 47.

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