Mass Schedule, August 2020

Since the State of Louisiana now requires the use of face coverings in public gatherings, and in light of the Bishop of Lafayette’s appeal to use masks, those who attend Mass are to wear the recommended face covering.

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Mass Schedule, July 2020

Since the State of Louisiana now requires the use of face coverings in public gatherings, and in light of the Bishop of Lafayette’s appeal to use masks, those who attend Mass are to wear the recommended face covering.

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Mass Schedule, July 4-5

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, and in light of the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, those who attend Mass are asked to wear the recommended face covering.

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Mass Schedule, June 27-28

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, and in light of the increasing number of Covid-19 cases, those who attend Mass are asked to wear the recommended face covering.

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Mass Schedule, June 20-21 (Father’s Day weekend)

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, please wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least …

Mass Schedule, June 13-14, Corpus Christi

In Phase II of reopening, the weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, please wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least …

Mass Schedule, June 6-7, Holy Trinity Sunday

With the State of Louisiana entering Phase II of reopening and given the number of faithful attending weekend Masses, St. Patrick’s has dropped the 5:30 p.m. Saturday anticipated Mass, which was added only as a temporary measure.

The weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with the temporary Mass in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass time remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 50% occupancy. However, to respect social distancing norms, only about 60 people can be admitted.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, please wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least …

Mass times, May 30-31, Pentecost

The weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with new, temporary Masses in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.          Saturday, 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 25% occupancy, or 50 people, respecting social distancing norms.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Plan accordingly. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

To accommodate the size of our congregation, and only as long as necessary, two additional Masses are offered on the weekends, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, allowing congregants to spread out over more Masses. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, please wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least …

Mass times, May 23-24

The weekend Mass schedule is as follows, with new, temporary Masses in italics:

Saturday, 4 p.m.          Saturday, 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 a.m.

The daily Mass remains unchanged (7:30 a.m., Mon-Fri).

At the present time, St. Patrick’s is limited to 25% occupancy, or 50 people, respecting social distancing norms.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Plan accordingly. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

To accommodate the size of our congregation, and only as long as necessary, two additional Masses are offered on the weekends, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, allowing congregants to spread out over more Masses. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind.

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, please wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least …

Reopening, Mass times (May 16-17)

Dear St. Patricians,

The State of Louisiana entering phase one of reopening, St. Patrick’s Church may again open its doors for the celebration of holy Mass. At the present time, however, we are limited to 25% occupancy, or 50 people, respecting social distancing norms.

Please be aware that once capacity is reached, no further entry will be allowed. Plan accordingly. Plan to be flexible. Plan to exercise patience and charity.

To accommodate the size of our congregation, and only as long as necessary, two additional Masses will be offered on the weekends, one on Saturday and one on Sunday, allowing congregants to spread out over more Masses. Please plan your attendance with the limited capacity and expanded Mass schedule in mind.

The weekend Mass schedule will be as follows:

Saturday, 4 p.m.          Saturday, 5:30 p.m.

Sunday, 7:30 a.m.       Sunday, 8:30 a.m.          Sunday, 10 am.

The daily Mass remains unchanged (7:30 a.m.).

All Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Those who wish to gather for the celebration of holy Mass, and who are otherwise healthy, may do so. If you are sick in any way, or have any kind of cough, you should remain at home. Those who have underlying health conditions that make them more vulnerable to Covid-19 should follow the recommendations of health professionals.

St. Patrick’s Church has been and will continue to be sanitized according to recommended guidelines.

Since gathering guidelines strongly urge the use of face coverings, I am asking all who attend Mass to wear the recommended face covering, at the very least as a sign of solidarity with those in attendance who are more at risk or whose worries and fears may be greater than yours. What you do for the least … 

Yours in our Lord,

Fr. Guillory