Eucharist

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We gather to break bread and to remember the dying of Jesus in hopes that we will be transformed into the One who gives himself in food and drink.

Mass schedule:
Monday through Friday

12:15 pm

Saturday
5:30 pm (vigil for Sunday)

Sunday
9:00 am
10:15 am (outdoor, weather permitting*)
11:30 am
5:30 pm

*In the event of bad weather, the outdoor Mass will be moved into the gym. Bring your chairs and spread out on the gym floor.

Consistent with the most recent CDC guidelines and Archdiocesan directives, effective June 1:
* reservations will no longer be required for Masses at STM
* fully vaccinated parishioners need not wear a face mask at any parish event, including both indoor and outdoor Masses; they are not required to maintain social distancing
* parishioners who are not fully vaccinated, including children, should wear face masks at indoor parish events, including indoor Masses, and should maintain social distancing; there will be a section in the church reserved for persons who wish to maintain social distancing
* all participants at Mass should continue to follow the directions of the parish guides
* we will begin taking up an Offertory collection using baskets with long handles
* for more information on current CDC guidelines, go to: www.cdc.gov

Archbishop Gregory Hartmayer has lifted the dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation. Of course, persons who are sick or in poor health, who are caring for others who are at risk of infection, or who have some other good reason to stay away are always excused from Sunday Mass. Read the Archbishop’s letter.

We encourage parishioners to participate actively in our celebration of Eucharist as lectors, Eucharistic ministers, altar servers, ushers, and music ministers. For more information on these ministries and to volunteer, call Joe Messina at 404-378-4588, or email him at jmessina@stmga.org.

Read Scripture readings of the day.

Listen to recordings of recent homilies.

Watch livestreamed Masses and recordings of recent Masses.