Respect Life Month – Committee for Human Life & Dignity
Diaper Drive October 24 – November 1 In honor of Respect Life Month, the Committee for Human Life and Dignity is hosting a diaper drive for our neighbors at First Coast Women’s Services. They are a pro-life crisis pregnancy resource center right here in our own community! They are in greatest need of newborn diapers, diapers sizes 4 and 5, as well as Pull-Ups–although any diaper donation would be greatly appreciated. Boxes will be placed in the gym lobby beginning October 24th for anyone who wishes to participate.
Join the Committee for Human Life and Dignity!
As Respect Life Month is in full force, we wanted to take the opportunity to invite all those who are interested to join our ministry team. We strive to help our parish and our community to have a greater respect for life from conception until natural death. This involves prayer, education, and advocating for the unborn, mothers in crisis pregnancies, healing after reproductive loss, special needs, human trafficking, and end of life issues. Please fill out an interest form at https://tinyurl.com/RLMinistry or email Kaylee and Matt Kuhlman at email@example.com.
Week of June 22, 2020
As we continue to celebrate daily and weekend Masses in the gymnasium, there are still 5 important things for our parishioners and visitors to keep in mind:
You must bring your own chair or blanket – no seating is provided.
Masks are required for entry to the gym and will not be provided by the parish. You must wear a cloth mask or suitable face covering throughout the entire Mass, except when consuming Holy Communion.
Holy Communion will be in the form of the Precious Body only and will be received in the hand only.
Physical distancing guidelines will be followed, which may mean that since space in the gym is limited, a Mass could be full and closed until the next scheduled Mass.
Bishop Estevez has indefinitely dispensed the faithful from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice. This dispensation is encouraged for those with underlying health concerns that put them at risk, and for those who care for such people.
More information can be found on this website and in our online bulletin.