Mass inside the Church Building: Weekdays at 8:15 am / Saturdays at 5 pm / Sundays at 8 am & 10 am

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PUBLIC HEALTH PROTOCOLS FOR MASSES:
  1. If you answer “YES” to any of these points, do not attend:
    • In the past 14 days, have your tested positive for COVID-19?
    • In the past 14 days, have your been in close contact with anyone who tested positive for COVID-19?
    • Do you currently have fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea?
  2. Please wear your face covering at all times – covering nose & mouth.  If you are not able to wear a mask (covering nose & mouth) do not attend.  All are dispensed from the Sunday obligation.
  3. Upon entering use hand sanitizer (stations available).
  4. Proceed to the usher who will seat you at the first available pew on either side. We will use every other pew (indicated by COLORED TAPE) 
  5. Please sit at designated pews only – maintaining social distance (6 feet).
  6. Once seated, please remain seated. No walking around or visiting.
  7. Enter/Exit through middle aisle only – the side aisles are not to be used.
  8. No collection by Ushers - collection boxes located at exit.
  9. Communion will be distributed at end of Mass (after final blessing), beginning with the people furthest from the altar.
  10. Once you have received Communion, please exit the church building. Do not congregate after Mass.
 
Finally, as the Archbishop reminds us:
 
As we enter this new moment, it is important to remember that the coronavirus is still out there, it is still contagious, and it is still dangerous. So, we need to proceed with prudence and caution and concern to protect our most vulnerable parishioners.

Let us continue to pray and stand together with our people as we begin to reopen our churches and our society. Know that I am praying for you and I ask you to please pray for me and my ministry. May Mary, our Blessed Mother, watch over us all and keep us safe,
 
Most Reverend José H. Gomez
Archbishop of Los Angeles