St. Cecilia Catholic Church
Information and guidelines for attending Mass
To view our daily 7 am Mass, and our Sunday 10 am Mass in English and 1 pm Mass in Spanish click here.
Please check out for Lent the new book entitled, What Christ Suffered, A Doctor’s Journey Through the Passion, written by Dr. Thomas McGovern, published by Our Sunday Visitor, an in depth study on what Christ suffered in His passion.
The dispensation from the Sunday obligation remains in place.
Gatherings are limited only to Mass and other sacraments - all other church activities are still restricted.
The following are encouraged to stay at home: The sick, elderly, people with underlying medical conditions, family members who live with elderly people or those who are at risk, people who have access to those at risk in nursing institutions, people who have upper respiratory or flu like symptoms, people who live with someone with upper respiratory or flu like symptoms, people with COVID-19 or live with someone with COVID-19, and people who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.
- Requested “Containment Practices” for those attending Mass: parishioners are encouraged to wear masks (review the city wide mask mandate), sit in ever other pews, not exchange the sign of peace at Mass and to not hold hands, cough in your sleeve and to not congregate after Mass.
7pm to 8pm
A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
Stations of the cross :
7:00 pm Spanish
Regular Weekday Masses:
Monday - Friday 7 am, 12:10 pm; Saturday 7 am
Saturday evening 5pm; Sunday 8 am, 10 am, 1 pm Spanish, 7:30 pm
The first Sunday of each month there is a Mass in Vietnamese at 11:30 am
Monday -Friday, 20 minutes before the 7 am and 12:10 pm Massest
Saturdays - 20 minutes before the 7 am Mass; 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm and after the 5 pm Mass
The Parish: A School of Prayer
Yes...our Christian communities must become genuine "schools" of prayer, where the meeting with Christ is expressed not just in imploring help but also in thanksgiving, praise, adoration, contemplation, listening and ardent devotion, until the heart truly "falls in love".
[St. John Paul II]