Outdoor Mass for Sunday, 8:30 am & 11:00 am. Please bring a chair. We have a limited amount of chairs reserved for the elderly. Check back to recieve up to the minute information.:

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Sign up for Seating at Mass!

Sign up for seating in the orange colored bar at the very top of this page.

We offer options for you to take part in the three weekend Masses, which are scheduled as follows:

  •  the 4:00 pm Mass on Saturday, 8:30 am, and 11:00 am on Sunday inside the Church.
  • Watch our Livestreamed Mass at 8:30 am on Sunday, and then on-demand all day Sunday at omostoday.com.
  • Also, for those who watched the Mass online, you are invited to the Communion Service in front of the church at 12:30 pm to receive the Eucharist.

Option 1 – Sign Up for Seating to Attend Mass     

Please fill out the seating reservation form for one of the three scheduled Masses.  Please make sure you receive robocalls, texts, emails, or refer to the website to stay updated on the Sunday Mass location.

We abide by the social distancing restriction set by the state of Pennsylvania, which means that space is limited inside the church. In order to attend a Mass, please register your family by filling out this quick RSVP form for the Mass you wish to attend. 

  • We will reserve a specific location for you to sit.
  • When you arrive at Mass, you must wear a face mask.
  • On days Mass is held inside (that is, all Saturday Masses, and on Sundays with inclement weather), enter through the front door where the hospitality minister will greet you and show you to your assigned seat.
  • The collection basket will be in a central location as you arrive if you have your envelope. (The baskets will not be passed around.)

It is not necessary to make reservations for the weekday Masses.

Option 2: Watch Mass at Home / Attend Holy Communion at 12:30 Outside of the Church

If you are high risk or do not feel safe inside a building with others, please watch Mass from our website. At 12:30 on Sunday, Fr. Mark will distribute communion to you outside of the church.

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