Covid Update

Covid Update

Last Update: March 24, 2022

See the Letter to the Faithful (below) from Bishop Mike regarding "religious exemption" from the vaccination mandate.  

The obligation to attend Sunday Mass has been lifted. Please see the press release below from May 23, 2021.

Participation at in-person Masses and other parish events should not be contingent on vaccination status, nor should individuals be questioned regarding their vaccination status or asked to produce a vaccine card.

  • Daily Masses will continue to be available on our livestream for those that are unable to attend.
  • We will continue to record Daily Masses for those that miss the live Mass. 
  • Weekend Masses will continue to be available on our livestream and YouTube Channel.
  • Hand sanitizer is available at various locations in the Church.
  • While the Church is appropriately sanitized, please be aware there is an assumed risk when attending Mass.
  • Please do not bring your own cleaning supplies to wipe the pews down as this can damage the wood.
  • Crying Room is open.

Parish Office: The Parish Office is open to visitors, all visitors must sign in. 

Catholic Store: The Catholic Store is open. See website for hours.

Café: The Café is open. See website for hours. 

Confessions: Confessions are in the Church from 2:30 to 3:45 pm on Saturdays.

 Anointing of the Sick: First Saturday of the month following the 5:30 pm Mass. Starting April 2.

Adoration Chapel: The Chapel is currently open. The Chapel closes daily from 4:00 pm to 4:20 pm for proper cleaning and sanitization.  

Programs: Meetings/Events/Gatherings are limited on capacity of the space being used. Please contact the Parish Office for more information at this time. The event/ministry leader is responsible for attendance and recording keeping. 

Family Faith Formation: Family Faith Formation is open. Please contact the FFF office with any questions. 

St. Gregory the Great School: Please see the School website for the most up-to-date information. 

Youth Ministry: Check out the website for the most up-to-date information. 

Face Covering for All Liturgical Events/Programs/Meetings:

  • Face covering is optional  for liturgical celebrations based upon the person’s comfort level
  • Eucharist Ministers are still required to wear a face covering when distributing Communion


Mass Obligation has been lifted

Letter to the Faithful on Religious Exemptions