Parish response to the Coronavirus pandemic

Protocols for Sunday Mass 


Effective on the weekend of May 30/31, parishes in the Diocese of St. Petersburg will resume public celebration of Sunday Mass.  The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, however, remains in effect. 


Occupancy will be limited to 50% of the worship space capacity.

No one will be admitted who is coughing, feverish, sick, or has respiratory symptoms. 

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.

Wear a face mask to church and bring hand sanitizer. 

Social distancing practices remain in effect.  There will be no physical contact between persons.  Distance of six feet will be maintained between individuals at all times.


Holy water, hymnals, and missalettes will not be available for the foreseeable future.



How to Protect Yourself

from the Coronavirus

Johns Hopkins offers guidance about the virus is transmitted and how to avoid infection

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Worship online

Sunday Mass is available in video and Daily Mass is available in audio

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