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Virtual SKD Parish and COVID-19 News

COVID Restrictions

November 17, 2020

  • Sunday Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be suspended as of November 22 through January 31!
  • Baptisms will be suspended until January 31!
  • In-house small group meetings will be suspended beginning December 1 through January 31!
  • All actual group meetings are cancelled in December and January.
  • Any group may meet virtually but not in person!

 

Mass times and Confession times will continue unless there is further lockdown.

The Governor and PA Secretary Dr. Levine just announced that if you travel outside PA, you should quarantine for two week afterwards beginning immediately.

We are trying to mitigate the spread of COVID 19 in this holiday and winter season for everyone’s safety and wellness.


Welcome Back!

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN RETURNING TO MASS GUIDELINES,

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  • The Bishop’s Dispensation for Easter Duty and Sunday Obligation remains in effect.
  • Live-streaming of Daily and Weekend Masses and other adoration practices are available on the SKD Parish YouTube channel.

Daily Mass resumes Tuesday June 2nd
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 9 A.M.
with Eucharistic Adoration at 8 A.M.

Weekend Masses resume the weekend of June 6 & 7
Saturday Vigil Mass at 4:30 P.M.
Sunday Morning Mass at 10:00 A.M.
Wednesday Morning Mass with Sunday Liturgy
at 10:00 A.M.

The Wednesday Mass is designated for those at moderate to high health risk. 


More to come!


Prayer for Challenging Times

    by Tom Hampson

Loving God, throughout the Scriptures you call us to “Fear not!”, but these are troubling times for the hardiest souls. Give us courage to face the challenges of this new threat to your human family. Give us prudence, to do the necessary things to protect ourselves and others. Give us the clarity of vision to learn from this disease the lesson we are too prone to forget, that we are all connected, regardless of race or nationality or political persuasion. We pray for those who are struggling with this disease, that their health may be restored. We pray for medical personnel and first responders caring for those in need, that they remain healthy and unflagging in their life-saving work. And we pray for all those economically impacted, that they may find the resources to maintain themselves and their families. We ask all this, trusting in your abiding love, a love that even death cannot defeat. Amen


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