Saturday: 5:00 pm English, 7:00 pm Spanish
Sunday: 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 7:00 pm
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am no pre-registration; just check in at the Desk when you arrive.
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR WEEKEND MASSES
Please see the option in the left panel.
For the Spanish 7:00 pm Sat Mass – use this link: https://forms.gle/QwFEKfaqE8Lqhxbz5 -Registration for the Spanish Mass will be confirmed by the system)
Important Information for Attending Mass
If you are registered and you (or a family member) feel unwell, or you/they have come in contact with someone who is unwell, please stay home and contact the Register Coordinator. Please note, for Hispanic community, text at 403-671-3787. If someone tests positive for COVID-19, let us know right away so we can reduce the spread.
- We encourage you to arrive early, for checking in. The doors will be closed when the Mass begins.
- The Diocese strongly encourages everyone to have a MASK for the safety of those around you. Please wear your mask upon entering the church. If you don’t have a mask, or have forgotten yours, you can get one at the check-in desk.
- Please read the self-assessment tool, placed at the church entrance, and if you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions, we would ask that you return home.
- You’ll need to sanitize your hands upon entering and again just before communion. Our priests prefer you remove your mask at hand sanitizing, before coming up to communion.
- Practice physical distancing of 2 meters at all times.
- Members of a family or cohort can sit together and children must be with their parents at all times.
- Ushers will direct processing for communion, one section at a time.
- As we have to sanitize between Masses, please, no Socializing after Mass inside the church – go to the parking lot, away from high traffic areas, such as entrances and exits, and maintain physical distancing.
It is our hope that many of these rules will be lifted but we must await guidance from the Diocese. Sorry for any inconvenience …but let’s do our best to keep Holy Spirit Church safe and healthy for all.
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Live-streamed Mass & Prayer Resources
for the Domestic Church & Shut-Ins
Bishop McGrattan encourages all Catholics to pray at home, either by watching the live streamed Masses, having a time of prayer, following readings of the Sunday, and practising a spiritual communion. Here is the list of resources available on our website:
- Livestream or recorded Masses:
- Weekday Masses will be live-streamed from St. Peter’s, Calgary at https://st-peters.ca/live/ – Masses will be recorded and posted for playback.
- Sunday Mass will be live-streamed from St. Mary’s Cathedral with the Bishop as celebrant. The link will be posted on our website: calgarydiocese.ca
- Other streamed/televised Masses online:
- Read Scripture, practise Lectio Divina or read a spiritual reading
- Pray the Liturgy of the Hours, also known as the Prayer of the Church.
- http://universalis.com/ offers access without a subscription
- Sunday Morning and Evening Prayers at home. Printables updated regularly: https://liturgy.life/2020/03/keeping-sunday-holy-when-we-cannot-gather-for-mass-liturgy-of-the-hours/
- Video and other streaming resources
- Word on Fire: https://www.wordonfire.org/resources/video/
- Ascension Press for podcasts, videos and articles: https://media.ascensionpress.com/category/ascension-presents/
- If your parish is a subscriber, get materials at Formed.org
- In addition to prayer, we can keep holy the Lord’s Day by doing works of mercy. Here are some things you can do even when you cannot gather with others: write a note or call a friend or family member who might feel lonely; donate money to organizations assisting those in need; make mealtimes this day more special; read or create something beautiful (D. Macalintal, Liturgy.Life)