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  • updated covid-19 directives for mass 

    From the Diocese of Victoriaa Office of the Bishop April 27,2021 Updated COVID Directives:
             1) All pews are now open   2) Keep safe and respectful distance as much as possible.      3) Hand Sanitizer should continue and be available.                          4) Holy Water Fonts remain empty.                                          5)  Proper Sanitizing of the Church should be continued.                    6) Priests/Deacons: Properly sanitize their hands & wear a mask.                                            7) Precious Blood is still suspended.                                    8) Wearing face covering is slrongly encouraged.                    9) Sign of Peace remains suspended.                                 10) Those who are symptomatic or who have been exposed to a person who is COVID positive within 7 days should remain home.

  • Bishop cahill message for return to mass - october 1, 2020

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  • Religious education (CCD) information

    CCD Update: (see below)
       Religious Education (CCD) information is now available on the website.  The information that is included is the 2020-2021 registration forms, parent survey form for your instructional preference, and resources for you and your family to bring the faith-learning home.  Some of the forms are date-sensitive.  Links are provided above ("CCD Information 2020-2021"). Further updates will be posted as they become available.

    Safety guideline protocols will be observed.  The weekly schedule link is posted at top of page.

  • Bishop Cahill's updates Covid-19 (click on link) -- important information


    St. Peter’s/St. Robert’s churches specific guidelines and protocols:  Effective May 2, 2020

    Weekday and Weekend Mass Schedules remain the same.

    • If you are not feeling well do not attend Mass.  As of October 1, 2020 the dispensation from Sunday Mass has been lifted. (this website has computer link on home page to livestreamed Sunday Mass 9:00 AM from the cathedral in Victoria).
    • Parishioners unable to attend Mass will be able to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion in the office during these scheduled times: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 10:00 am–12:00 pm and 3:00 pm–4:00 pm each of these days (Father Gabriel will be available in the office during these times).  Proper social distancing should be followed for those in line.  This schedule applicable through the month of May. 
    • Parishioners are encouraged to wear masks when entering the church.   Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance of the church and should be utilized.  The ushers will be required to wear masks.  The mask will be removed when receiving Communion.
    • Our parishes will be practicing social distancing protocols; therefore, will be allowing only 50% of the mandated fire code seating capacity  people.  The ushers will be making sure our churches do not exceed these attendance limitations and the parishioners are following social distancing protocols.  Parishioners will be seated in every other pew on both sides of the church with six feet distancing protocols.  Families in the same household can be seated together.
    • The pews will be sanitized after each Mass as well as the bathrooms.
    • Missalettes and hymnals will be removed and will not be utilized during the Mass and other celebrations.
    • Liturgical ministers will be limited in number—no altar servers and one lector.
    • Offertory collection—parishioners should not touch the basket when placing the envelope or cash in the basket.
    • The offertory procession will be discontinued at this time.  Usher will be taking the offertory collection basket to the front of the altar.
    • The Sign of Peace is suspended at this time.
    • The distribution of Communion will be only under one species and should be only received in the hand.  The priest and Eucharistic minister will wear masks during distribution. The parishioner should practice the safe distance protocol (6 feet) when standing in line for communion.  Ushers will assist with queuing up for Communion.
    • Parishioners should not gather too closely when entering or leaving the church.  After the conclusion of Mass, everyone should exit the church and not gather in the foyer. 
    • Parish meetings and gatherings of a smaller size on parish grounds may be resumed, while utilizing established protocols for social distancing and other safety measures.

    These guidelines and protocols are for the health and safety of our parishioners during this time. We need to “patiently bear with” some of the above current changes and restrictions.The above procedures were prepared by the Bishop’s office; every parishioner should be familiar with them. Be respectful of your fellow parishioner.

        St. Peter's Church in Blessing will be opened from 8:00 AM till 5:00 PM daily for personal prayer and meditation.  Be sure and practice social distancing practices. WEEKLY BULLETINS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE BACK OF THE CHURCH DURING OPENED HOURS and ALSO ON THE CHURCH WEBSITE.