Many Good Things Happening
Many Thanks to all who donated to cover the full cost of the air purifiers!
The cost of all 20 were covered!
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Reconciliation – A reminder that the regular time for the Sacrament of Reconciliation continues to be available in the Community Room from 3:30-4:15 pm on Saturday. Please park your car facing the outside door of the room. If the door is closed, a penitent is in the room. If the door is open, come on in!
Mass Attendance – This Fall Mass attendance has increased to about 60% of normal Individuals and families who are not vulnerable are encouraged to attend. We can more than double the number in attendance and still maintain physical distancing. Please CLICK to read a document that contains important guidelines about attending Mass.
Some have asked why there is less music and the lack of the creed during mass. Archdiocesan guidelines asked us to keep mass as short as possible since the length of time that one is in the public is a key factor during the pandemic. So, the creed, the offertory procession, entrance procession etc. have been dropped. Other thins such as music has been shortened. https://docs.google.com/a/stroselions.net/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=c3Ryb3NlbGlvbnMubmV0fHBjLXN0cm9zZXxneDoxMDhiN2YxOTcyMWY0ODY3 This is also available at www.archindy.org
Community Room – As we continue to open up parish activities and ministries, let’s remember the Community Room (former garage). It is available to civic groups in our community. It is a part of our outreach ministries to the community that we are called to serve. If you know of or are a member of a civic group that needs a place to meet, the room is available. The guidelines for the wearing of masks and physical distancing would need to be followed.
Remember the 4 P’s – Prayer, Prevention, and Protection Not Panic