Parish Update – July 22, 2020

Last night we learned and shared with you that we had a parishioner at Mass on Saturday, July 11th at 6:00 pm who tested positive for Covid-19.
Today we deep cleaned the church and feel comfortable resuming Mass tomorrow. We reached out to local government and the impression we received is that they are not concerned.  As always please make the decision that is best for you and your family about attending Mass, knowing there is always some risk.
This incident underscores the importance of following all safety protocols including social distancing, wearing masks, and staying home if you are feeling ill.
We are committed to the safety of all our parishioners.  Lets pray for those who are infected with Covid-19 and to a return to normalcy.
Blessings,
Fr. Nathaniel Hinds

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Need your help to live stream Mass!

In order to stream The Palm Sunday Mass and the Triduum live, we must have 1000 subscribers to the Ave Maria Catholic Parish YouTube channel (there is no cost associated with this – it is free), so please subscribe with every email you have and share with others to do so too.  Here is a link that helps you find it:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpO0CesBoDdk5Pni4bJJFjw

We are praying for you and your families!

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35th Anniversary

February is the 35th anniversary of the dedication of Ave Maria Catholic Church! 

Watch the bulletin for the series of articles throughout the year about the history of our church.

In honor of our anniversary, Bishop Sheridan will be  celebrating Mass at 5:00 pm on Saturday, February 22nd.  Join us for a reception following Mass in Brownstein Hall.

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