Eucharist

The Holy Eucharist is the body and blood, soul and divinity of Christ. This is not symbolic, allegorical, metaphorical, or merely spiritual. Christ is really present in the Eucharist, which is why it is also called the Real Presence.

It is easy to see why this sacrament is the most central and important to Catholics. When we consume the physical Eucharist it becomes part of our bodies while our souls are being nourished by the reception of Christ personally and totally.

Weekend Mass Schedule

You no longer need to sign up to attend Mass. “It remains strongly encouraged that those present in a Church building wear proper face covering...” (Bishop Burns)
If you are one who is uncomfortable with "opening up" without social distancing, however, we want to invite you to identify yourself to the ushers when you show up for Mass and ask them to please seat you in the "Social-Distanced Seating Section."


Saturday 4:00 pm The Schola choir will sing (Gregorian chant and Renaissance polyphony)
Sunday 7:30 am  
  9:00 am Choral Quartet and Organ
  11:00 am This Mass will be our live-stream Mass on our Facebook page and will include Choral Quartet and Organ.
  1:00 pm Cantor and Organ
  5:00 pm  
  7:30 pm  

Weekday Mass Schedule

You no longer need to sign up to attend Mass. “It remains strongly encouraged that those present in a Church building wear proper face covering...” (Bishop Burns)
Weekday Masses have plenty of space for social distancing.

Monday:

Liturgy of the Word Online
(Liturgy of the Word is posted Monday through Thursday on the STA Facebook page.)

Tuesday

Mass: 6:15 pm

Wednesday

Mass:   12:00 Noon

Thursday

Mass:  8:00 am

Friday

Mass:  8:00 am

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