Most Recent Changes to Virus-related Restrictions at St. Mary’s

05-21-2021NewsRev. Gregory B. Wilson, VF

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

With the recent alterations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding guidance for wearing masks for those fully vaccinated for COVID-19, please note the changes below to virus-related restrictions for our parish.

As always, your safety continues to be my utmost priority. At the beginning of and during the pandemic, we adhered to CDC guidelines based on the best science known then about how the virus spreads. Now, we are continuing to adhere to the best science from the CDC in lifting certain restrictions.


Changes to Virus-Related Restrictions at St. Mary’s

04-01-2021NewsRev. Gregory B. Wilson, VF

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

As more of our fellow parishioners become vaccinated and are starting to return to Mass, the Bishop has altered previous restrictions. Your safety is my utmost priority. At the same time, we are making it possible for people to safely attend the various liturgies of the Church in order to receive the life-giving Sacraments, most especially the sacred Body and Blood of Our Lord in the Holy Mass.

Here is a quick summary of the changes:


Parish Update - June 9

06-09-2020NewsFr. Gregory Wilson

Dear St. Mary’s Family,

I can’t tell you how much I miss seeing all of you and greeting you after Masses and other events. We continue to move forward cautiously. Here is the latest information:


The full Mass schedule as it was on March 17th has been resumed. The church has been prepared so that we can keep social distancing. Note that all Masses are in the new church (with the exception of the Wednesday daily Spanish Mass at 7pm in Old St. Mary’s). Also note that we sanitize between Masses, which means that the new church must unfortunately remain locked during the day to ensure it is clean when you arrive for Holy Mass.