Posted April 10, 2022
We are now open at 100% capacity. Although masks are not mandatory, we encourage you to wear one to protect others. Please continue to physically distance as much as possible, and please stay home if you are feeling unwell.

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GIVEN THE HIGH TRANSMISSIBILITY OF THE OMICRON VARIANT, and the need to isolate if one is infected, Pastors have been advised that if they or an Associate test positive for COVID-19 and are required to isolate, they are to inform parishioners through the Parish Website and by notices published on doors of the Parish Office and Church that the Parish is closed for the isolation time and will remain closed until a negative result is received. Parishioners are reminded that masks are required for church-goers. Following the constant recommendation of medical officers of health, vaccines and booster shots are strongly encouraged! (Posted Jan 14, 2022)

Please visit the website of the Diocese of Hamilton for the most up to date information and resources.
www.hamiltondiocese.com
https://hamiltondiocese.com/coronavirus-updates

Taken from the directive dated March 16, 2020 from Most Rev. Douglas Crosby, OMI, Bishop of Hamilton
“As Diocesan Bishop, I hereby dispense the faithful from the obligation to participate in the Sunday Mass (c. 87), until we are again able to assemble for the Lord’s Day, in accord with the directives of health authorities.”

Online Mass Opportunities
Daily Mass online:
Prerecorded and Livestreamed Masses from the Diocese of Hamilton
Salt and Light Daily Mass

Bishop Crosby’s latest Heart to Heart newsletter
https://hamiltondiocese.com/latest-heart-to-heart/

Let us continue to pray for one another, especially for those who are sick and those who have died.