Updates Regarding the Coronavirus
March 20, 2020

We normally only send one email per week, but wanted to share these important updates that many of our parishioners have been inquiring about. Thank you for your support!
KEEP SUNDAY HOLY
Just a reminder, that even though we are not able to go to Mass, we are still supposed to “keep holy the Sabbath.” As Catholics, we can do that by reading the Sunday readings and reflecting on them as individuals or as a family. Additionally, you can watch Mass online (see below) and pray along. Other devotions, such as praying the Rosary or the Divine Mercy Chaplet, are also great ways to keep Sunday holy at home. Do not forget that it is still Lent, so Friday remains a day of abstinence from meat and you should continue to observe your Lenten sacrifices. - Fr. Len
Fr. Len's Homily:
Sunday, March 15

If you did not hear it in person, we hope you enjoy listening to Fr. Len's homily online (hint: it pertains to the Coronavirus!). Click here to listen.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

LIVE STREAM OPPORTUNITIES:
Pray with Fr. Len, Fr. Curtis and Fr. Jacob from the rectory, three times weekly. Each of these links will be available on our website, under “parish news.” Live stream begins this Sunday!


In addition, there are many daily Masses and more available online, by radio or television ( click here for an expansive list).


Parish Office Hours
Beginning Monday, March 23, the parish office will be open for walk-ins and phone calls from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. Our voicemail system will be in operation outside of these hours. These hours will remain in effect until further notice.


Confession Times Expanded
Additional times for confession will be available beginning tomorrow, March 21. Due to the confined space of the confessionals, it will take place in St. Michael Courtyard.

  • Wednesday, 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
  • Friday, 12:00 to 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to Noon AND 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.


Prayer Resources
  • Sunday Readings - Visit USCCB for Sunday readings, reflect on them as individually or as a family. Click here for this Sunday's readings.

  • Stations of the Cross – You are welcome to come to the Church and do Stations of the Cross on your own or with your family. Click here for a guide you can print or read on your phone. Please be mindful of keeping your distance from others, at least six feet.

  • DOSP Prayer Resources – Our diocese has gathering a large collection of prayer resources, click here.

  • FORMED - This online library of Catholic videos, audio, eBooks and more has many resources for all ages. Visit Formed.org or download the app (for Android and iPhone) and use parish code H3QZGC to register today!


Want to help?
If you would like to help by making phone calls to our vulnerable parishioners or perhaps running an errand for someone who is unable, please email Terry Boehm.


CHURCH HOURS
Church Hours
The church will remain open for prayer during regular hours (7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.). Our Lady Queen of Angels will be closed until further notice. 


Adoration
Adoration will still take place on Wednesdays, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. (in the church). There will be no Benediction. The nursery will NOT be available.
ALL SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Continue to Stay Informed

PRAY. PRAY. PRAY.
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