Please be advised that things are changing rapidly and more is being mandated from various authorities due to the spread of the virus. Therefore my staff and I have made the following implementations for our parish celebrations and gatherings.
Howdy to all,
This is Fr. Rob writing. I just need to inform you all of some changes here. Over the past three days my lungs have been getting heavier and heavier – or as I like to say I’ve been growing a brick in there. It hurts to lie down and when I set up it goes away. This is usual for me and my allergies and usually means that I have bronchitis. Also my throat is swelling up, I have a sore throat and my temperature is a little elevated by about a half of a degree. With all that is happening and the Corona virus being so prevalent and the doctors recommend 14 days of quarantine. I have to look out for your health and mine, to love my neighbor as myself.
So it is with great sadness and a heavy heart and lungs that I will be quarantining in my RV until April 23. This is not something I ever wanted to do but seems to be the right thing to do and hopefully keep everyone a bit more healthy.
Yes it could just be allergies, but time and the grace of God will tell.
Therefore, the Sacred Triduum, Easter Sunday Masses will not be live streamed from St. Scholastica’s. Confessions and Adorations will be canceled or rescheduled. We will still have our live stream “Stations of the Cross” on Good Friday at 6:30 pm. And there will be other changes.
Once again we have to change our calendars to make this all work. Once again we rely heavily on our volunteers to help out. There will be more information on changes and opportunities so please continue to check on these flock notes, our website, Facebook and bulletins. Thank you all for your support and please know that you are all in my prayers.