An Ever-growing Eucharistic Community Boldly Serving Others Through Gods Love
Concerning Our Diocese and COVID-19
All Masses are suspended until further notice
Guidelines:While we still do not know when the re-opening of public Masses will occur, the following guidelines have been issued once public Mass begins
The dispensation from the obligation of Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation remains in effect until further notice.
Those over age 65 and those with underlying health conditions will be strongly encouraged not to attend.
Anyone showing any symptoms of sickness, or anyone who has a household member who is sick or showing signs of sickness should not come to Church. While much effort will be put into sanitizing the parish facilities, risks still remain for those who choose to attend.
The worship space will be thoroughly sanitized before and after each service, including entryways and doors.
All fonts which contain holy water will be empty. This includes the font from which people take holy water home. If you would like holy water to take home, call the Parish Office and a priest will bless water for you.
Hymnals will be removed.
Hand sanitizers will be available at all entryways.
People will be instructed not to greet each other by touching.
To reduce the spread of the virus, parishioners are encouraged to attend Mass only at their parish.
Face coverings such as masks are highly encouraged.
We will offer the Sacrament of Penance two times per week (until we once again offer public Mass)
Wednesday – 5:30-6:30 pm
Saturday – 10:00-11:00 am
Church of the Resurrection Mass – June 7th, 2020 – The Most Holy Trinity Sunday
Update on Public Mass: We are ready to make the announcement regarding the continuation of public Mass. On the weekend of June 13-14, Mass will be for our First Communicants. Originally scheduled for the last weekend of April, Mass was suspended till a later date. Honoring our First Communicants on the weekend of Corpus Christi […]
Update on Public Mass:Once public Mass is re-opened the following guidelines will be in place: The dispensation from the obligation of Sunday Mass remains in effect until further notice. Those over age 65 and those with underlying health conditions will be strongly encouraged not to attend. Anyone showing any symptoms of sickness, or anyone who […]
Update on Public Mass: In his original statement from March, Bishop Quinn noted that public Masses would be suspended through May 15. However, with the new shelter-in-place order by Governor Walz, public Mass will be suspended through May 18. To help people stay in touch with the parish, the weekend Mass will be recorded and […]