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Dear Parishioners,


We will be using the Flocknote App to keep in touch with our many ministries within both parishes. Sign up on our Facebook page, or click on the button below to be redirected to the Flocknote login. Click on the green sign up button which will take you thru the steps on how to join in on our groups.


We will be using the Flocknote App as a way to get messages/schedules out to CCE Teachers, Parents, Youth Ministry, Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, Altar Servers, Maintenance, 1st Communion and Confirmation classes, etc....

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Precautions at Mass

  • Everyone entering the church should wear a mask covering their nose and mouth.  Masks will be provided for those who do not have one.
  • Seating will be in every other pew.  The pews will be marked to indicate which should be left vacant.
  • Members of the same household may sit together in a pew but members of different households in the same pew should sit 6 ft. apart.
  • Do not process to the front for Holy Communion.  Father will distribute Holy Communion in the pews since every other pew will be vacant. 
  • When receiving Holy Communion, do not remove your mask in front of Father.  Rather, take Communion in the hand and wait for him to move to the next person before  removing your mask to consume the Host.
  • Place regular and second collection offerings in the baskets provided at the back of church.  Ushers will not pass a basket during the Offertory.
  • Pews, door handles and other frequently touched surfaces will be disinfected after each Mass.

Archdiocese of Galveston - Houston​