Parish response to the Coronavirus pandemic
Protocols for Mass attendance
All Catholics in the Diocese of St. Petersburg are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass.
Effective 5:00 p.m., June 24, 2020, Pinellas County Ordinance 20-14 requires all persons to wear a face covering that covers both mouth and nose while in public places, including churches; the face covering must be held in place without the use of hands. Mass will not begin if all attending are not wearing face coverings.
Social distancing practices remain in effect. There will be no physical contact between persons. Distance of at least six feet must be maintained between individuals at all times.
No one will be admitted who is coughing, feverish, sick, or has respiratory symptoms.
By State order, all persons traveling from areas of high infection rates, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Louisiana, any other State, or international departure point are required to self-quarantine for fourteen days prior to going out in public in Florida.
Anyone at risk of infection should remain at home; the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect for all Catholics in the Diocese.
Wash your hands before and after coming to church; bring hand sanitizer with you to church.
Use of Holy Water, hymnals, and missalettes is suspended until further notice.
Congregational singing is suspended until further notice.
The practice of receiving Communion on the tongue is suspended until further notice.
All Saints cares about your health.
The church and parish office are open Monday through Thursday. Masks and social distancing are required.
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