Concerned about the virus and planning to stay home this season? Christmas Mass at Midnight will be celebrated with Bishop Peter Jugis on Christmas Eve from the Cathedral of Saint Patrick. This will be live-streamed with carols beginning at 11:30 pm.
St. Matthews will have 8 masses. On the 24th – 2,4,6,8 and Midnight. On Christmas day – times are 9, 10:45, & 12:30. Seating is extremely limited so please make reservations for your family only. See their website for all the details. Masks required.
St. Patrick’s cathedral has announced they will limit attendees at mass due to the virus. Most masses are now full. Masses still available are Christmas eve at 1 pm and on Christmas day at 9 & 11 am. Sign up required! If there is a need, more masses will be added.
Queen of the apostles is requesting parishioners sign up on-line line for Christmas mass. Slots are filling up fast! A few slots are still available @ 8 pm on Christmas eve. 10 am Christmas day is still available.
St. Ann’s Christmas eve masses – 2:30, 4:30 & 6:30 pm and a Midnight Latin mass. Christmas day – masses at 9 & 11 am. Make reservations at their website.
St. Gabriel’s is offering 21 masses during the 8-day Christmas octave beginning December 24th through January 1st. See website for times.
St john Neumann has mass times scheduled for December 24th at 2,4,6,8 pm and 10 pm in Spanish. There will also be a Midnight mass. Christmas day masses at 8 & 10 am.
St mark’s masses will be at 1,3,5,7, & 9 pm in Spanish. Midnight mass will also be held. On the 25th, masses will be at 9, 11, and 12:30. Masks are required.
St. Mark’s invites you to a family project – “pack a shoebox for operation Christmas child.” The knights of Columbus have purchased 300 boxes to pack for children around the world. Visit the website for details. Filled boxes must be returned by December 13 to the family center.
St. Gabriel’s will once again prepare Christmas food baskets for families in need as part of Saint Vincent De Paul’s 51st annual outreach.
Volunteers 14 years of age and up are encouraged to sign up online. December 18 to set up and unload food trucks. December 19th to help assemble and distribute. Show your support and make it a family affair!
St. Thomas Aquinas is organizing another special men’s group which culminates at easter. Through prayer, self-denial, and fraternity. This program, called Exodus 90, is not for the faint of heart, but will truly deepen a man’s spiritual life! Details available in the church narthex and www.exodus90.com. This 90-day journey begins on January 4th.
St. John Neumann’s annual mitten collection has begun! Bring hats, scarves, mittens, and gloves to be distributed to those in need. Drop off any time before or after mass on December 13th. See St. John Neumann Facebook for details.