Announcements March 22

Announcements of Sunday 22, 2020.

  • There are no public Masses until March 30th
  • The Priests will celebrate only Private Masses
  • The church will remain open every day from 8am to 8pm, except on Sunday: 7:45am-1pm, and Wednesday: 8am-3pm
  • The office will remain open as usual from Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm  
  • The Sacrament of Confession continues:

                                 1, at the usual times Saturday 4:15pm and Sunday 7:45am

                                 2, at whatever other time one needs, by calling for appointment at  

                                     903 583 7734 and clicking on Religious emergencies

  • Other Sacraments and visits continue:

                                 1, Confessions to the sick

                                 2, Anointing of the sick

                                 3, Communion to the sick

                                 4, Blessing or visit to the families

All of these for those who desire, maintaining the due prudence in the visit, always calling 903 583 7734 and clicking on religious emergencies.

  • Please, keep watching the parish website for:

                                 Sunday Mass recorded video

                                 Other reflections

                                 News and new announcements

  • Please keep praying also at home, which is the Domestic Church:

                                 Reading the Mass readings, or other from the Bible

                                 Praying the rosary

                                 Praying the Psalms

                                 Connecting with Dallas Diocese website, Vatican website, and EWTN

                                 Other prayers (especially on coronavirus pandemic)

  • CCD classes are suspended until March 30th, but all students should keep watching the parish website for updates, especially the CANDIDATES for CONFIRMATION and FIRST COMMUNION.
  • Finally: with all of these, Fr. Paolo in communion with the Bishop wants to reassure that the Church is not abandoning the faithful, but wants to remain close to all and serve all in this very difficult time of the Coronavirus emergency. Thanks and blessings to all.

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