Outdoor Public Masses - Sundays at 8 am - Weekdays at 11:15 am

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Guidelines for 8 am Sunday Mass on the Parking Lot
  1. If you are sick, symptomatic, or in a high-risk group, or unable to wear a mask, do not attend. All are dispensed from the Sunday obligation.
  2. Street parking only.
  3. Maintain 6' social distancing at all times.
  4. Face covering required at all times – masks with exhalation valves or vents not allowed **
  5. Enter through gate after sanitizing hands.
  6. Bring water, an umbrella & sunscreen as needed. 
  7. No access to drinking fountain or restrooms. 
  8. Do not move chairs. Do not walk around. 
  9. No collection by ushers – collection boxes located by the altar.
  10. At the end of Mass, please go directly to your car - no socializing. 
**Update from CDC regarding Masks with Exhalation Valves or Vents
The purpose of masks is to keep respiratory droplets from reaching others to aid with source control. However, masks with one-way valves or vents allow air to be exhaled through a hole in the material, which can result in expelled respiratory droplets that can reach others. This type of mask does not prevent the person wearing the mask from transmitting COVID-19 to others. Therefore, CDC does not recommend using masks for source control if they have an exhalation valve or vent.
Weekday Mass at 11:15 am
As Mass is being livestreamed from within the church, you can listen to the Mass seated on chairs on the patio. Communion will be distributed at the end of Mass. All of the Guidelines above apply to this 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