Mass and Confession Times/Procedures

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Updated November 22, 2021 at 3:41pm


*Mass locations may be subject to change, so please attentive to that possibility upon arrival.

Regular Saturday Mass Schedule & Locations

6:30amChurch & Hall
8:00amChurch & Hall
5:00pmChurch & Hall
7:00pmChurch & Hall

Regular Sunday Mass Schedule & Locations

6:30amChurch & Hall
8:00amChurch & Hall
10:00amChurch & Hall
12:00pmChurch & Hall
2:00pmChurch & Hall
4:00pmChurch & Hall
6:00pmSpanish Mass – Church
8:00pmChurch & Hall

Regular Weekday Mass Schedule & Locations (Monday to Friday)

6:30amChurch & Hall
8:00amChurch & Hall
12:00pmChurch & Hall
5:15pmChurch & Hall

Prayers & Devotions (live-streamed to both Facebook and Youtube):

  • 11am Tuesday Priest-Led Holy Hour: Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy & Benediction
  • 6pm Weekly Novena of St. Anthony on Tuesdays
  • 6pm Weekly Novena of Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Wednesdays

Mass at OLOP (live-streamed to both Facebook and Youtube):

  • 8:00am Monday to Saturday Daily Mass
  • 8:00am Sunday online English Mass
  • 6:00pm Domingo online Misa en Español

Confession Schedule
(located outside next to the rectory building)

  • Monday: 12:00noon, 5:15pm
  • Tuesday to Friday: 8:00am, 12:00noon, 5:15pm
  • Saturday: 8:00am, 3:30pm through the 7:00pm Mass
  • Sunday: during each of the Sunday Masses
  • Additional Lenten confession hours: weekdays 11am-12pm, 4pm-5:15pm

Confessions are held outside next the rectory building during the times listed above.

Important Notes:

  • During this phase, as we have been doing, we will Livestream the evening devotions online without the Mass, e.g., St. Anthony, Mother of Perpetual Help, etc.
  • We will probably need to keep this Mass schedule during the re-opening phases and we will reassess periodically.


  • Please bring & wear your own mask.  Those 6 years old and up will need to wear a face mask or other adequate face covering.
  • Please bring your own hand sanitizer that can be used before receiving Holy Communion.  Note: You should bring your own mask and hand sanitizer with you to any parish or Diocesan function.
  • You should refrain from attending public worship, parish activities, or coming to the church for private prayer and devotion if:
    • you are in a high-risk category (above age of 65; underlying health issue or compromised immune system),
    • if you have been exposed to COVID-19,
    • or if you are ill (coughing/sneezing, fever of 100f or higher, or are feeling ill)
  • Please help keep the priests, sisters, and fellow parishioners healthy by observing the health precaution protocols.


  • Children must always remain under the close supervision of parents/family at all times.
  • Please bring your own chairs for Mass if you will be sitting in the courtyard.
  • Masses will be conducted as you have seen on the Livestream with reduced number of people in and around the sanctuary.
  • During this phase there will be no altar servers or choirs, and there will be only one lector for each Mass.
  • Collection: Collection baskets will not to be passed during the liturgy.  You will be able to place your weekly gift in a basket as you enter or exit your section or the parking lot.  We strongly encourage online giving via the parish website (, as it minimizes contact and processing.  Mailing your envelope to the parish office is always an option as well.  We count on your continued financial support–many thanks to those who have contributed online!
  • Holy Communion: Receive Holy Communion reverently only by hands during this phase. Before receiving Communion, the faithful are to use hand sanitizer.
  • There will be designated communion lines; ushers will direct and assist. The faithful keep their face coverings on and join the line, maintaining the required physical distance. Once they have received communion, they are asked to proceed back to their seat.
  • The faithful approach the priest/deacon/extraordinary minister wearing their face masks and extending their hands, maintaining as much distance as possible. With their free hand, they lower their face mask, consume the host, reposition their face mask, and return to their seat and then re-sanitize their hands.


  • We will continue to implement cleanliness and sanitization practices.
  • During the week, we will continue to conduct the sanitization practices after the Masses and periodically throughout the day. We request your patience and cooperation with those who will be doing the disinfecting during those intervals, which may mean you will have to vacate your seat or step outside for a moment while the area is cleaned.
  • Disinfecting bathrooms, door handles, and other frequently touched surfaces occur throughout the day.