A Message to the People of God Concerning the Coronovirus Epidemic From Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone March 17, 2020 "...For the time being, and until further notice, there will be no public celebration of Mass.

 

PLEASE CHECK OUR NEW WEBPAGE "COVID-19 SPIRITUAL RESOURCES" UNDER "NEWS AND EVENTS" FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING LIVE STREAMING MASSES, ROSARIES, ETC.

 

** Please remember that there are no Masses being celebrated with the congregation at this time. **

 

CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY - Vatican City, Mar 22, 2020 / 07:05 am.- Pope Francis has asked Christians around the world to unite in praying the Our Father prayer at noon on March 25 in response to the coronavirus pandemic. “In these days of trial, while humanity trembles at the threat of the pandemic, I would like to propose to all Christians to unite their voices to heaven,” Pope Francis said March 22.

“I invite ... the leaders of all Christian communities, together with all Christians of various confessions, to invoke the Most High, Almighty God, while simultaneously reciting the prayer that Jesus Our Lord has taught us,” he said following the Angelus prayer. 

A Message to the People of God Concerning the Coronovirus Epidemic From Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone

March 17, 2020 

"...For the time being, and until further notice, there will be no public celebration of Mass. 

Since the celebration of Mass in public is not available, the faithful are not bound by the obligation of Sunday Mass attendance. To be more precise: to “keep the Lord’s Day holy” is the precept of the third Commandment of the Decalogue, direct from God, to which we are always bound and can never be dispensed; however,

at this time, our people are excused from keeping the Lord’s Day holy by attending Sunday Mass. This means that our people must keep the Lord’s Day holy in other ways, at home. Daily Mass is broadcast every day at 9:00 am through EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network)  on channels 30, 229, 370, or 1668.   (Cable or Direct TV)  The channel also broadcasts rosaries from Lourdes, France as well as other meditations throughout the day.

Sunday Mass is broadcast at 6:00 am on Channels 8, 20 (Comcast) and KTSF 26. 

St. Elizabeth Church will remain open if you would like to come in and pray.  Please practice SOCIAL DISTANCING (remain 6 feet apart.)

Church Hours: Open M-F 8:00 - 9:00am  

Open Saturday  3:30-5:00pm

Open Sunday 7:30am - 12:00 noon.St. Elizabeth

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