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    • Saturday: 5:00 PM English English EN Main Church
    • Sunday: 8:00 AM English English EN Main Church 10:30 AM English English EN Main Church (live-streamed)
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    • MonFri 9:00 AM English English EN Martha & Mary Chapel (live-streamed)
    • 1st Saturday: 9:00 AM English English EN Martha & Mary Chapel
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    • December 7: 6:00 PM Latin Latine LA | Main Church
    Immaculate Conception
    • December 8: 9:00 AM English English EN Main Church 7:00 PM English English EN Main Church
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    • Wednesday: 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM Martha & Mary Chapel
    • Saturday: 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM Main Church
    Also by appointment by contacting one of the parish priests @ (912) 756-3343.
  • Extra Confession Time During the Christmas Season

    There will be several Priests available to hear Confessions on Wednesday, December 23, 2020 in the Main Church from 6:00 - 8:00 PM

  • Adoration Times

    • Wednesday: 9:30 AM to 7:00 PM Exposition and Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament (with Miraculous Medal Novena) - Martha & Mary Chapel
    • Thursday: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3:30 PM - Martha & Mary Chapel
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  • Updated  COVID-19 Guidelines from 
    Bishop Stephen Parkes

    PARISH GUIDELINES FOR COVID-19
    Issued: November 20, 2020 

     

    GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR ALL PARISHES
     

    * State and local guidelines and ordinances must be followed.

    * Parishes must place in a visible and somewhat prominent location near the entrance to buildings the following text: 

    Warning
    Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering these premises.

    * Worship spaces and schools must be properly cleaned and sanitized, with particular attention given to bathrooms and surfaces that are touched most often, like door knobs and doors. Parishes may utilize disinfectant smoke machines and be attentive to wiping down surfaces.

    * Hand sanitizer must be readily available at the entrance of every building, near the areas where communion is distributed, and near the altar.

    The use of masks has been shown to significantly decrease the rate of contagion  of COVID-19. Wearing a mask is highly encouraged at all times when the faithful are inside our buildings.

    * Worship spaces may be filled to their maximum capacity according to social distancing norms. Ushers must assist the sitting of the faithful to maximize space and to ensure proper social distancing. Families/households who wish to sit together may do so.

    *  Music and singing should be provided for the Sunday liturgy in all parishes, including Mass parts.

    * Hymnals are not to be placed in the pews. One-time use liturgical aides may be used, or hymnals may be made available for purchase.

    * Altar servers may assist at the altar during Mass, as long as parents agree and the servers wear masks. Parishes may start by assigning a maximum of three altar servers (a cross bearer and two candle bearers) to perform limited functions.

    * Lectors, Ushers, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion may resume their ministerial responsibilities as needed.

    * The Sign of Peace may now be extended to the faithful without physical contact. This may be done by saying: Let us offer one another a simple acknowledgement of peace or by explaining to the faithful beforehand that the Sign of Peace will be exchanged without physical contact. Families/households may still exchange the Sign of Peace as before. The rubrics of the Roman Missal should be followed.

    * The distribution of the Precious Blood to the faithful remains suspended.

    * In order to maintain the integrity of the liturgy, the distribution of Communion must occur at the indicated time and not after the final blessing.

    * Holy Communion cannot be denied to the faithful who wish to receive it on the tongue. Please remind the faithful how to properly receive communion in the hand and on the tongue in order to avoid physical contact.

    * Faith Formation for Children and Adults must continue using ingenuity and creativity. Even if the number of faithful involved in faith formation is decreased, every parish must continue to provide opportunities for learning and especially for the preparation of the Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.

    * The Sacrament of Reconciliation must be celebrated in a room with ample space that allows for social distancing and air circulation. ‘Drive By’ confessions are not permitted.