Stay-at-Home Gospel Reading
During the shut down and while the obligation was suspended Bishop Daly asked Catholics who are still at home to reflect on the Gospel Reading for this Sunday and make a spiritual communion. We hope this email has been helpful in that prayerful endevor.
Now that the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays has returned we will be discontinuing this email series.
Join us for Mass at your local parish, and if for reasons of health you still would like to have access to the Sunday reasons check out the link to the USCCB below.
USCCB Daily Readings
Mass Times in the Diocese
Read Bishop's Letter on the Return to Mass
The diocese is committed to helping victims/survivors of sexual abuse and to protecting children and vulnerable adults. Volunteers who supervise other volunteers who work with minors and vulnerable adults are required to report any suspected abuse by others they supervise. Contact: Roberta Smith, Victims Assistance Coordinator
Office Phone or
Cell. You may also go to the Diocesan website.
Office of Communications
on Sunday, June 13 at 5:00AM