Bulletin for June 28, 2020

The bulletin for June 28, 2020 is attached.

Bulletin for June 21, 2020

The bulletin for June 21, 2020 is attached.

Feast of Immaculate Heart of Mary 2020 Readings

Feast of Immaculate Heart of Mary 2020 Readings

DECREE - By our Bishop on Covid -19

MASK ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED

Corpus Christi - Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Bulletin for June 14, 2020

The bulletin for June 14, 2020 is attached.

Bulletin for June 7, 2020

The bulletin for June 7, 2020 is attached.

DECREE EXTENDING PASTORAL ACTIVITY PASTORAL LIMITATIONS Jefferson City

Decree extending pastoral activity limitations in the Diocese of Jefferson City

April 17, 2020 | Public Health Concerns
Extending the Decree of 31 March 2020 on Pastoral Activities in the Diocese of Jefferson City During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click here to read the 31 March 2020 Decree.
In light of the recent guidance from the United States Federal Government and the Governor of the State of Missouri regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, I hereby declare that the DECREE of 31 March 2020 on pastoral activities in the Diocese of Jefferson City during the COVID-19 pandemic shall remain in force with the following modifications:
1. All the faithful of the Diocese of Jefferson City, and those who are present in the territory of the Diocese, are dispensed until 30 June 2020 from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass.

DECREE'S OF PASTORAL ACTIVITIES DURING COVID-19

Instructions to fulfill decrees for pastoral activities during COVID-19 pandemic

April 28, 2020 | Public Health Concerns
The following instructions were released April 28 by Bishop W. Shawn McKnight and titled “Instructions on Fulfilling the Decrees of 31 March 2020 and 17 April 2020 for Pastoral Activities in the Diocese of Jefferson City during the COVID-19 Pandemic.”
On 27 April 2020, Governor Mike Parson issued a state-wide order for the reopening of churches for public, in-person worship services effective 4 May 2020. Please note that city and county ordinances may remain in effect that could further restrict or limit church services in person. All pastors, administrator and parish life collaborators are obliged to follow the requirements of legitimate state authorities with regard to the pandemic.

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