Green Changes

PLEASE NOTE: Effective July 31st:
The faithful will be welcomed into church buildings without pre-registration;
Seating within the church will be returned to full capacity;
Sanitizer will be available in the existing dispensers for parishioners to use at their discretion;
Masks are no longer required for indoor gatherings, but may be worn if you feel more comfortable;
The distribution of Holy Communion returns to the proper time during Mass, but we are asked to refrain from distributing the Precious Blood;
Parishioners are invited to extend a sign of peace to those near them;
Mass will still be live streamed on Sundays for those unable to attend.

Mass Attendance

Our pew signs are gone, and you can now sit where you wish this weekend. In addition, Mass registration is no longer required, so you won’t be receiving a weekly call or email from the parish. We’d like to thank everyone who cooperated with us over the last 14 months in our efforts to make the church as safe as possible for all parishioners.  

Prayers Of The Faithful – August 1

For Pope Francis as he regains full strength and as he prays for the recovery of the whole world from violence and greed.
We pray to the Lord.

For those who are committed to finding the paths to reconciliation and truth for all generations to follow together.
We pray to the Lord.

For Bishop Christian and our whole Diocesan Family as we emerge from pandemic restriction and as we ask God to use us in restoring His people to hope and health in mind and spirit.
We pray to the Lord.

For parishes who will welcome new pastors as they give thanks for the service of the priests who will be leaving them and for the priests who will move on August 4th, the feast of their patron, St. John Vianney.
We pray to the Lord.

For our beloved and beautiful New Brunswick as we celebrate New Brunswick Day and ask God for continued blessing along its rivers and valleys and coastlines and borders.
We pray to the Lord.

For each person who has asked us for prayers and for people seeking health in mind and body and for their families.
We pray to the Lord.

For those who have died: Sheila Lester, Helen Gallant; as they meet God face to face and for their families and friends who mourn them.
We pray to the Lord.