May 11, 2020
St. Dominic and all parishes will reopen on May 19th with clear and strict guidelines; more details to come.
March 26th, 2020
Dear St. Dominic Family,
It has come to our attention that we have had 2 parishioners test positive for COVID 19 along
with some of their family members. We have been advised that these parishioners have not attended
mass at St. Dominic in the last 3 weeks.
We are in the process of learning more about the situation and will keep our St. Dominic community informed as information becomes available.
We want to emphasize to practice social distancing, stay home and only go out if it is absolutely necessary.
We appreciate your continuous prayers for our Parish, parishioners, St. Dominic community and all those infected and affected by COVID 19 virus.
Father Mike Horan and Father Abel Ruiz
March 19th, 2020
Facebook Live Mass: Friday March 20th @ 8:30am and Saturday March 21st @ 5:00pm
All Masses (Weekend & Daily) are cancelled until the end of April.
The Parish office will be closed until the end of April. The office will take phone calls from 9 AM – 2 PM.
You are still invited to mail or place your offerings into the drop box.
Adoration Chapel will remain open, with modified hours, 9AM-6PM (M-F) 12PM-3PM (Sat&Sun). Also, no more than 10 persons are allowed into the Chapel at a time. We ask that you limit your time in the chapel to be mindful of people that are waiting outside to enter.
All ministry meetings and all activities are cancelled until the end of April.
Funerals, Baptisms, and Weddings will still take place. There cannot be more than 10 guests.
Confessions will take place this Saturdays from 3 PM – 5 PM
March 16, 2020
Archbishop Gustavo issues decree regarding changes impacting archdiocese…to summarize for our St. Dominic Catholic Church Parishioners:
1.) Sunday Mass obligation is hereby dispensed for all Catholics immediately, and all public Masses in parishes and chapels shall be SUSPENDED for this weekend.
2.) Father Mike will continue daily Mass (M-F), weddings, quinceaneras, private Baptisms, Adoration, rosaries, and funerals with awareness of congregation size.
3.) All non-essential gatherings at parishes for the rest of March are cancelled or postponed, i.e. NO ministry meetings, religious education, bible studies, ministry events/fundraisers, etc.
4.) We are advising against home visits at this time; however Father Mike may review certain situations on a case-by-case basis.
5.) We encourage parishioners to participate in daily & Sunday Masses via CTSA network, and conduct devotions through your FORMED.org subscriptions or any other Catholic social media and applications you may have access to.
6.) If this decree needs to be extended past March 31st, we will keep you informed.