Masses for 25% of Church Capacity with Communion!
For protocols on attending mass, please CLICK HERE .

Also, join us for the Diocesan Day of Reconciliation on Friday, June 19 (Also the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus)

It was truly wonderful to see the many people who attended mass and were able to receive communion this past weekend! Even with all the new rules, things started to feel more normal and the church felt less strange and more like home.

We hope that more and more parishioners are able to rejoin us in the coming weeks. However, we will always remain mindful of and present to those who are not able to celebrate in person with us, even under normal circumstances.

Our world is hurting in many ways, and it is increasingly apparent that the answers will not come from flawed people and policies, but from God, who is the Author of all Life. And He who created and cares for each sparrow will most certainly care for our every need if we but "acknowledge [Him]" (cf. Mt 10:29-33).

Jesus is always calling us into relationship with Him, knowing that he can satisfy the desires of our hearts, because it was He who gave them to us in the first place. We invite you in a special way to engage that relationship by joining us on Friday, which is the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, for the Diocesan Day of Reconciliation. Details below.

Jesus is ever eager to replace our hurts, anxieties, sins, and sorrows with His love, peace, forgiveness, and mercy. So appeal to his Most Sacred Heart and receive Him in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Then, this weekend we can all receive Him in physical or spiritual Communion as we journey together as brothers and sisters in Christ, journeying together in discipleship and hope.

God Bless and Peace!

~The Clergy and Staff of Blessed Sacrament
This weekend our mass schedule is as follows:

5:00 pm Mass on Saturday (Church)

8:00 am on Sunday (Church)

9:30 am Spanish Mass (Gym)*

11:00 am on Sunday (Church)

Note there are no (public) 12:30 and 5:00pm Sunday masses.

*to leave time to clean the Church between the 8am and 11am masses
Diocesan Day of Reconciliation
There will be opportunities for Reconciliation in our parish church and gym tomorrow (Friday) from 11am-12pm and 4pm-6pm.

In general, regular confessions are back from Saturday 12pm-1pm. Appointments for other times can be made at the parish office.
The obligation to attend Sunday mass remains lifted. Members of the faithful who are ill or at risk are still encouraged to stay home and participate in mass on TV or online.
Livestreamed masses at Blessed Sacrament
These streams can be viewed either live or afterwards on our parish webpage and Facebook page. The live-stream is also compatible with Roku devices (info HERE ).


We also streaming our Sunday 11am masses live to YouTube.
Visit our channel HERE .
More on watching mass and making an Act of Spiritual Communion in previous emails and the bulletin .
Go HERE and HERE for additional tips and resources for participating in mass at home. HERE is an online database of livestreamed masses from all over. Ascension Press and Word on Fire also offer great mass livestreams.
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Take advantage of our Online Giving Platform .

Learn more about Text-to-Give HERE (pdf) or HERE (video).
To get started, text the "give" to the number 516-588-7800 .

Download the app for iOS or Android .

If you prefer to use your envelope or loose cash/check, you may drop the offering in the parish poor boxes in the church (or send by mail)

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