To view all of our Masses, please visit our YouTube Channel.
— Weekday Morning Mass will be live streamed at 8:00 am (except Thursdays) —
— Saturday Vigil Mass will be live streamed at 5:00 pm —
** During Lent, we will continue the same schedule for Daily Mass **
** Mon, Tue, Wed, and Fri. No Daily Mass on Thursday **
Watch Mass here
Our most recent mass.
Stations of the Cross
— Lenten Ecumenical Services —
— Safe Environment Children’s Program —
— Parent/Guardian Report of Children’s Training —
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Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible
This is a weekly bible study course being offered by St. Catherine of Siena Parish to adults and young adults (age 14+) from February 7, 2021 through March 28, 2021. The course covers fourteen narrative books of the Bible, which together tell the complete story of our faith from Adam and Eve to Christ and the Church.
Registration is required to attend and/or view remote sessions.
Registration is recommended, but not required, if you will be attending Mass in person.
What We’re Doing to Keep You Safe
To reduce the risk of contagion during Mass, our Parish has implemented specific Mass procedures, including but not limited to mask wearing and social distancing, designed to limit or eliminate “close contact” during Mass. The church has been equipped with an air purification system to continually decontaminate circulating air using UVC and ionization technologies. All persons who enter the church have answered health screening questions and sanitized their hands. After each Mass, the church is thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.
Contact Tracing within Our Parish
Our Parish is committed to diligent contact tracing within our Parish community. Positive cases can be confidentially reported online or by calling the main office. In the event a Mass attendee is subsequently diagnosed with COVID-19, all persons who attended the same Mass(es) will be notified by phone and/or email. Contact information provided during Mass registration allows our Parish to directly contact anyone who attended the Mass(es) in a timely manner.
How You Can Help
Everyone in our Parish community is encouraged to know and keep alert for any potential symptoms of COVID-19, including (but not limited to) fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, muscle pain, headache or a loss of taste and smell. Please do not attend Mass if you have any symptoms.
We are in need of volunteers to assist at each Mass.
Please consider filling out this form to receive more information about our immediate needs.
If you are in need of a mass card, please call the parish office and leave a message.
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Donations for the Food Pantry must be dropped off at the Food Pantry
on Thursdays from 10am to 11am. NOT at the Church!