St. Ann Parish will re-open for daily mass,
beginning on June 1.
We will begin a reduced Sunday mass schedule
beginning on June 7.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE WILL BE RESTRICTIONS
AND SPECIAL PROCEDURES THAT MUST BE FOLLOWED TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR PARISHIONERS.
St. Ann Parish will resume attended daily masses on Monday, June 1. Attended Sunday masses will begin on June 7.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered at scheduled times, beginning on June 1.
Because of the continuing pandemic, there will be numerous changes to the process of attending mass. For full details, click the button at the top of the page to go to the Re-Opening page on this web site. Some of the more important considerations include:
- Limited seating to ensure social distancing
- Mass reservations will be required
- Use of masks is mandatory; bring your own mask
- Mass aids like missalettes and hymnals will not be available
- Communion will be distributed at the end of Mass
Mass will continue to be livestreamed, at 8:30 AM during the week and at 10:30 on Sunday.
For all parishes, Masses of Christian Burial and Wedding Masses are not permitted until further notice. The rationale for this decision is to allow parishes to have a slow and gradual start up. The Bishop expects to lift this restriction once all parishes have had the opportunity to get through a week of daily Masses and one weekend of Masses. A specific date will be coming to you shortly.
Parish Offices should continue to operate as they have been during shelter-in-place.