Weekly Update
An update from St. Francis of Assisi Parish
Welcome to week 3 of the resumption of Mass. Although it has been slightly different with the safety procedures in place we have been overjoyed to see our Church family back in the pews. We look forward to the weekend of June 13th and 14th. The sign up link for this weekend are available below (we will not require sign up for Daily Mass). Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.

The obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues to remain lifted until June 28 . Because of this, those wishing to participate in Mass and receive Holy Communion can do so by attending any Mass any day of the week. If you are considered to be in a high risk category, sick, experiencing COVID19 symptoms remain at home and continue joining us via livestream and making a spiritual communion. 
Weekend Mass on June 13th and 14th
Mass times have been adjusted to ensure safety measures are followed. 

  • Saturday at 4p, 7p (Spanish)
  • Sunday at 8a, 11a, 2p (Spanish), 5p (Spanish)
  • RSVP for Weekend Masses HERE
  • Reservations close Thursdays at 11 pm. 
The Church will be open after Daily Mass from 9:30 am-1 pm (Tuesday-Friday) for private devotions. We ask that you please use the designated entrance directly into the Narthex for entry and exit into the church, and that you follow all protocol while in the building to keep everyone safe and healthy (this will not require a sign up).

Please enter through the Narthex doors for Confession.

  • Thursdays 5:00p
  • Saturdays 2:30-3:30 p
  • Pre-register for desired Mass time (one weekend Mass per person or family)
  • Limit of 80 attendees per Mass (including volunteers)
  • Face masks to be worn at all times (please bring your own if possible)
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer (we will have sanitizing stations upon arrival; before and after Communion)
  • Arrive 30-45 minutes prior to Mass
  • Entry to building via queue lines and check-in
  • Ushered guided seating
  • Communion will be distributed to the hand only
  • Usher guided exiting

We will still be live streaming Masses on Saturday at 4 pm and 7 pm (Spanish) on our St. Francis of Assisi Community Facebook Page and at our Parish YouTube page subscribe to the channel HERE.
Help us welcome Paul Nacey at the 8 am Mass on Sunday morning, as he preaches and serves for the first time as a Deacon.

A quote on what he looks forward to most upon entering the Priesthood, "The one thing I look forward to most is being able to live in and have the opportunity to minister to a community and by doing so, they may encounter Christ and build true and lasting friendship with Him."

Learn more about Paul HERE!