Coronavirus Information

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Barnstable County is now considered a low risk area for Covid-19 and it’s variants. According to the CDC, the mask advisory is no longer in place for low risk areas.  However, we encourage those who have compromised health to consider wearing a mask for their own protection. As our parish demographic is primarily elderly, we hope many will continue to wear masks.

Remember, everyone can help to stay healthy by:

· Washing hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer (especially in public)

· Cover coughs and sneezes with your elbow

· Stay home if sick and watch Mass online or on tv

Below is the latest from the Fall River Diocese and Bishop da Cunha.

August 1, 2021
Message for Parishes to Share with Parishioners

Reminder for Parish Administration
To reduce the risk of transmission of the virus and to provide as safe an environment as possible, the following protocols and practices should be in place in all parishes in the Diocese:
• Priests, Deacons and Eucharistic Ministers should wear a mask during the distribution of Holy Communion.
• The distribution of the Precious Blood to the Faithful should remain suspended.
• Hand sanitizer should be used by all Ministers of Holy Communion before and after the distribution of Holy Communion.
• Hand sanitizer should be kept close at hand in case someone receives Holy Communion on the tongue.
• Because of the proximity of penitent and priest in Confession, it is advisable for both to wear a mask.
• Sufficient hand sanitizing dispensers should be made available at the entrances of the church.
• Allow for proper ventilation and increased airflow and HVAC filtration when possible.
• Avoid unnecessary crowding at the entrances and aisles of the church whenever possible.
• Parishioners who have not been vaccinated and who are not from the same household should be encouraged to maintain physical distance from others in the pews.
• Masks should always be worn by those bringing Holy Communion to the sick and homebound.
• Parishes need to follow guidelines that are specific to their local municipality.


Online Giving

We are grateful to all of those who have mailed or dropped off envelopes or checks. You have kept us going during the pandemic and all of it’s ups and downs. If you would like, you may mail in your contributions, or use the information below to send money via the Gabriel method. It is safe and secure. But remember it is a ONE TIME donation and you must repeat it each week. Again thank you for your continued support.

If you would like to still contribute without mailing your envelopes, and set up a regular contribution without having to do it each week, an electronic payment system (ACH) can be set up. If you are interested, please click these links for an Information Sheet  and an Authorization Form. Simply complete the form and return it to the Parish Office. This is a very simple and easy way to keep track of your donations.

Directions for ONLINE GIVING: First, all you have to do is go this link: (the https: means it is a secure site) This is a one-time contribution and would need to be repeated each time you wish to give.
It will bring you to a Gabriel Online giving page!

  1. Choose your fund from the drop down box. (ie: weekly offering, or special second collection)
  2. Type in the amount and click “Add.”
  3. Click Pay Now and a pop up screen will ask you for email and Credit Card information.
  4. Fill in the information then Click the blue box that says Pay $____ (shows the amount you entered on screen)
  5. You will receive an email receipt of your donation.