What to Expect When You Arrive for Mass

Mass Schedule 

  • Saturdays at 4:00 p.m.
  • Sundays at 7:15, 9:00, and 11:00 a.m.
  • Live stream at 9:00 a.m.

The celebration of in-person Masses is dependent on volunteer involvement. Please consider getting involved. It is a wonderful way to get to know the St. Mary community.

Daily Masses are celebrated, in-person, Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 8:15 a.m.

The following are directives we have received from Archbishop Listecki. These restrictions have been put in place out of the Archbishop’s concern for the safety of everyone at Mass. We share this concern and will follow these directives carefully.

Before Coming to Mass

*Please be sure everyone in your household thoroughly washes their hands for at least 20 seconds before leaving your home. Also, please have everyone use the bathroom before leaving home so that we minimize foot traffic during Mass.

*Bring a mask for every member of your household and a bottle of hand sanitizer.

When You Arrive at Church

*Per Govenor Evers' Order, everyone is required to wear a mask (unless prohibited by a health condition) during Mass.
Please put your mask on as you exit your car.

*No one will be admitted into the church through the Bell Tower or lower school entrances. Entry into the church will only be available through the main doors that lead into the Gathering Space.


Procedure for Entry and Seating

*Households/families who wish to sit together must all enter the church at the same time.

*Once inside the building, please walk through the Gathering Space to the interior church doors. You will then be reminded to sit socially distanced.

*You may not congregate or socialize in the Gathering Space.

*Seating will be available in every other pew and no more than two households per pew. In the pews, we will distance households or individuals a minimum of 6 feet apart.

*Once you are seated, you must remain in the pew. You may not walk to another section to say hello to someone, and we need to keep trips to the restroom at a minimum.

*Vigil lights will not be available for lighting.

During Mass

*No one may be seated on the window ledges behind the pews.

No collection will be taken up. Receptacles for your donations will be available as you exit.

*There will be no Presentation of the Gifts.

*There is to be no holding of hands during the Lord’s Prayer or physical contact for the Sign of Peace.

Distribution of Holy Communion

  • The Precious Blood will not be offered at this time.
  • Per the Archbishop, Communion may not be received on the tongue during this time.
  • Communion will be distributed to one section of pews at a time.
  • You will be directed row by row when to leave your pew. Please maintain proper distancing between you and the person in front of you.
  • The Presider will offer you the Body of Christ at arm’s length. Please maintain a proper distance from him.
  • Once the host is placed in your hand, step to the side, slide off your mask, and receive the Body of Christ. Replace your mask and return to your pew.

*Communion for the sick will not be available at this time.

At the End of Mass

*Everyone is asked to maintain social distancing when exiting the Church.

*You will exit either through the Bell Tower exit or through the Gathering Space, determined by where you are seated. 

*Once you leave the building, you must go directly to your car. You may not gather on the lawn or in the parking lot to visit.

*If people do not cooperate with these directives, it may mean Masses will, again, be suspended.

*All surfaces and restrooms will be cleaned and sanitized in preparation for the next Mass.

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