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Returning to Mass 

The Lord in Risen! Indeed He is Risen! Alleluia!

With the approval of our Bishop, State and local authorities Father Jim will begin resuming Mass here at Corpus Christi. This is a very joyous gift and blessing! Even though we will be returning to public worship, there are new guidelines in place to keep everything safe, legal and holy. Please follow the guidelines very closely to ensure the continuation of this great gift. We appreciate your patience and perseverance during this time. Please read Insert from the bishops letter concerning the obligation of Sundays and Holy days.

 

Mass will return to the normal Times. Please click HERE to see Mass Times 

New Guidelines

 

- Please maintain a 6 feet distance from others before, during and after Mass

- No congregating before, during or after Mass

 

- If you are sick we ask that you please reframe from coming to the church until you are better 

There are other guidelines in place to comply with the outline given by the state so please be ready to follow the directions given by staff and ushers. Thank you! 

Insert from the Bishop's letter published on May 11, 2020

 

“The dispensation from the obligation of assisting at Mass that I gave to certain groups of the faithful on March 13, 2020 is hereby revoked.

 

“I now grant a new dispensation from the obligation of assisting at mass on Sundays and Holy Days to all the Roman Catholic faithful who reside in the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, with the following additional indications: 

 

  • This dispensation is granted, recognizing that not all will feel comfortable to return to public worship right away, due to concerns or fears about COVID-19.

 

  • Some who are pregnant, immunocompromised, or otherwise in a higher-risk category will wisely wish to wait some time until returning to public worship.

 

  • Recognizing that almost three-quarters of the deaths from COVID-19 in the State of Alabama have been among those aged 65 or over, those in that category should most certainly exercise caution and stay home until it is safer to resume public group activities.

 

  • I urge clergy and laity alike to stay away from Mass if they feel sick.

 

I grant this dispensation until June 30, 2020, leaving it to our new shepherd, Bishop Steven J. Raica, to make further provision around that time as he sees fit.”

Returning to Mass

The Lord in Risen! Indeed He is Risen! Alleluia!

With the approval of our Bishop, State and local authorities Father Jim will begin resuming Mass here at Corpus Christi. This is a very joyous gift and blessing! Even though we will be returning to public worship, there are new guidelines in place to keep everything safe, legal and holy. Please follow the guidelines very closely to ensure the continuation of this great gift. We appreciate your patience and perseverance during this time. Please read Insert from the bishops letter concerning the obligation of Sundays and Holy days.

 

Mass will return to the normal Times beginning May 13, 2020. Please click HERE to see Mass Times 

New Guidelines

 

- Please maintain a 6 feet distance from others before, during and after Mass

- No congregating before, during or after Mass

 

- If you are sick we ask that you please reframe from coming to the church until you are better 

There are other guidelines in place to comply with the outline given by the state so please be ready to follow the directions given by staff and ushers. Thank you! 

Catechism Classes

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  First Communion    will be rescheduled

Catechism Classes

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  Confirmation    will be rescheduled

Office Hours

The office is closed due to COVID-19. Messages are periodically checked by office staff. If you have a personal emergency or encounter a problem pertaining to the church that we should be aware of please call the office and leave a message.  Please be considerate of your requests for nonessential assistance, so that everyone can stay safely at home as much as possible.

Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

Websites to watch Mass online

CatholicTV.com 

Word on Fire (Bishop Barron), and 

EWTN.com

 

All stream daily and Sunday liturgies. They all work on computers, cell phones, tablets and iPad’s, and even “smart” TV devices such as ROKU. During the time of reception of the Eucharist, these networks display a prayer for spiritual communion. Many parishes have also begun the practice of live-streaming Mass via sites like Facebook.

Formed

Diving into the beauty of the Faith has never been easier: at home, on the go, or from any internet connected device.

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