St. Bernadette Sunday Mass has resumed with a limited capacity of 50 for each Mass. Face masks are required, and seating in the church has been arranged to support social distancing for individuals and households.
As such, there no longer is a need to contact the parish to sign up for Mass nor will we be contacting you to tell you which one you can attend. We’re asking you to be informed about the options and to understand that if you arrive to a Mass that has met capacity, you will be asked to come back to a different Mass. We feel confident this will not be the case with the additional opportunities we’re offering to attend weekly Mass. But want you to be aware nonetheless.
We know that many of you are still being cautious and choose to remain Safe at Home. We encourage those to remain cautious and return to Mass only when you feel safe.
A dispensation from the Sunday and Holy Day obligation to participate in the Mass remains in place for all Catholics in the Archdiocese of Denver until further notice. Anyone who is in an at-risk health group or does not feel comfortable attending a public gathering should stay home. Even with the best health practices and increased efforts to clean the Church, there is a risk of infection anytime a person enters a public space. Anyone who is sick or has recently been exposed to the coronavirus should refrain from attending a public Mass as it is an act of Christian charity to safeguard the health of others.
St. Bernadette will continue uploading Sunday Mass each Saturday at 6:00 pm to the website, as well as on our Facebook page.