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Mass Announcements
May 24, 2020

Good evening/morning.  We are happy to be back in the church celebrating Mass together as a community.  We have missed seeing one another and sharing in the Sacraments with all of you.  May God continue to bless you and keep you healthy.

Thank you for your patience as we work together to offer Mass in a new and safer way.  We have tried to navigate the restrictions and continue to provide the Sacraments.  We appreciate your willingness to protect the health of the vulnerable by wearing a mask and we thank you for physically distancing yourselves from one another in the church and on the Saint Mark campus.

We would like to thank all of you who have responded with such generosity.  Your financial support allows us to continue charitable outreach to our local and global community and support the overhead of the parish. We will not be passing the offertory baskets in order to protect our parishioners.  The preferred method of giving to the offertory continues to be online or mail-in, if you need assistance with our online giving program, please contact the office.

Communion will take place after the Mass has ended for those who wish to receive.  Directions will be given out prior to receiving.  Those who do not wish to receive may leave after the final blessing through the Narthex doors.  Please leave quietly so those who wish to receive Communion may do so reverently and please do not gather in the Narthex.

We will have a cantor singing during the Mass, however, we ask that you refrain from singing along.  There is strong evidence that aerosol transmission, especially when singing, can broadcast fluid droplets to a wide range.  If there is someone infected in the congregation, this can create what is known as a super spreader to other parishioners.  Thank you in advance for just listening and not singing along.

Today we celebrate the Ascension of our Lord. The readings can be found on your parish app listed in the box titled “Readings”.  They can also be found on the usccb.org website.

Mass is about to begin.  Let us take a few moments in silence to quiet our hearts, minds and phones so that we might reflect on the Lord’s presence and the Mystery of the Eucharist which we are about to celebrate.

 
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