Good afternoon Seton Parishioners,
It’s Liam Benton here! With Father Paul away on retreat I am in charge of writing this week’s Flocknote, so it will be less spiritual and more informational.
Father Paul and the staff are excited to welcome you back to Seton! Beginning the weekend of June 26-27 Archbishop Lori has lifted the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass and all restrictions on social distancing. Hope to see you here soon!
We have begun clearing spaces in the building that have been staging areas for sanitizing and where groups and committees can start to meet again. Starting THIS Saturday, confessions will now take place in the Reconciliation Room, located next to the Food Pantry, from 3:30pm-4pm. You can enter the church at the Food Pantry or the Main Entrance any time after 3pm.
On Monday, June 14 all of the Parish Staff will be back working in-house instead of seeing each other on Zoom!
Next week, the hymnals will be put back in the church and the cantors will lead us in singing! The Worship Aid will still be available for the Outdoor Mass or if you are watching online at 9:30am.
Mark your calendars! Starting on Sunday, July 4th, the 8am Mass will be returning to the Mass Schedule!
Father’s Day Spiritual Bouquet Cards are available in the Narthex. This is a lovely way to pray for our fathers! Please return the envelope in the Offertory or put it into our secured mail box at the church drive.
Have a good week!
ELEMENTS OF THE CATHOLIC MASS VIDEO SERIES:
We are beginning week 21 of our video series, Elements of the Catholic Mass. I would invite you to watch Episode 21 this week titled, Bows in the Mass and reflect on how this might help you in your faith. Here is the link to the episodes page.
Here is this Sunday’s Worship Aid
Don’t forget to use hand sanitizers in the Narthex and keep your social distance (3 feet) as you approach the Main Entrance and you sit in the Church!
As usual, we will continue to live-stream Mass (Mon—Thurs at 9:00am and Sunday at 9:30am) on the parish Facebook (link) and uploaded on YouTube (link), and our parish website, https://www.seaseton.org/Resources/Media. If you do not have Facebook but wish to watch our livestream, click here for instructions.