Welcome and Covid-19 Protocols
September 5, 2021
WELCOME ONE AND ALL!
Together we are the Body of Christ.
“We make this journey together and the journey makes us one.”
These are indeed challenging times. As the COVID-19 Virus mutates (Delta and other variants) science asks different safety protocols from us.
Please, as of August 1st, 2021, WITH COVID-19 PROTOCOLS AND PRACTICES IN CONSTANT FLUX ALL WORSHIPPERS at St. Luke are asked / encouraged to WEAR MASKS for the Celebration of Eucharist (Mass) and St. Luke Parish Events including our upcoming Fall Festival, Friday, September 10, 2021.
Please get vaccinated ASAP unless you are following medical advice. Pope Francis is encouraging vaccination as an act of love and moral responsibility. Archbishop Listecki and Bishops of Wisconsin encourage vaccination as well and ask priests NOT TO WRITE exemption letters for decisions of conscience. Getting vaccinated; wearing masks; social distancing is the means to ending this pandemic ASAP for the good of all.
All along we have been cautious here at St. Luke. We continue to be careful. Your cooperation is much appreciated. Please see a more complete list of COVID-19 protocols below.
We DO CONTINUE to ask that you stay home if you are experiencing any COVID symptoms, or if you have had close exposure to somebody who is COVID+ (positive).
Thanks. Join us in worship at any of our Masses for Sunday: 5:00 PM(Sat); 8:00 and 10:30 AM(Sun).
Peace to You!
Mass Participation Procedures:
- Assembly MASKS are encouraged to be worn by all worshippers per 7-27-21 CDC guidelines due to the most recent trends in mutation of the COVID-19 Virus and for the good of all.
- LITURGICAL MINISTERS will continue wearing a mask in certain situations. Ministers, please watch for information
- RSVP/Reservations will NO LONGER be needed or taken for any Mass times
- You WILL NOT be asked to CHECK-IN at the door before Mass or meetings
- NO TEMPERATURE CHECKS will be taken
- CLEANING PROCEDURES are still USED at this time
- PEW SEATING will be EXPANDED to use every-other pew; SOCIAL DISTANCE remains within each pew row used.
- NARTHEX SEATING is STILL AVAILABLE for those who are more comfortable there
- The COLLECTION during Mass HAS BEEN RE-INSTATED. The collection box as you enter or leave the worship space can still be used.
- ASSEMBLY SINGING will continue to be LIMITED.
- The SIGN OF PEACE will be shared WITHOUT CONTACT except for those within your household/group
- COMMUNION PROCEDURES will REMAIN the same; HAND SANITIZER will be required BEFORE you receive, but optional after reception
- NO CUP is allowed; RECEPTION of Communion continues IN THE HAND only
- The PRESENTATION OF THE GIFTS in procession has RESUMED.
- CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD has RESUMED with S. Distancing
- The SENDING/EXITING procedures will go back to pre-COVID normalcy; although your attention to SOCIAL DISTANCING is expected for safety of all. Visiting should be outside, if possible.
- MASS STREAMING ended with the June 13th website posting. (Pastoral Council action, 5-26-21). We look forward to all returning to ‘in-person’ Mass. An essential part of the ‘Real Presence of Christ’ is missing when we do not gather together in person.
All Souls Day 2021
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord.
R/ And let perpetual light shine uponn them.
May they rest in peace.
May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
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Tuesdays & Wednesdays - 8:00 AM
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Year of St. Joseph
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We, the people of St. Luke Catholic Faith Community, open to the Spirit, seek to grow in faith through liturgical participation, lifelong Christian formation, and social ministries of the Church.
We accept our responsibility as Christian Stewards in the sharing of our time, talents, and treasure as we journey together ‘living into our Baptism’. We honor our past, celebrate our present, and embrace the future as together we build a household of faith in which all are welcome.
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