The Church is regularly cleaned and sanitized.

    Cleaning

    In order to maintain a clean and safe worship environment, the Church is regularly cleaned and sanitized after each service daily. 

    1. Monday to Friday: The Church opens for the 8:00am Mass and is closed at 9:00am to allow for cleaning in preparation for the next Mass.  The Church re-opens at 11:00am for those who wish to spend time of prayer before the 12:00nn Mass daily during weekdays.  You may stay for Confession (after the 12:00nn Mass until 1:00pm) and also for private prayers until 2:00pm.  The Church will be closed for cleaning at 2:00pm everyday.
    2. Saturday:  The Church opens at 11:00am for those who wish to spend time of prayer before the 12:00nn Mass.  Confession is heard after the 12:00nn Mass until 1:00pm when the doors then will be locked to allow for cleaning of the pews in preparation for the 4:00pm Vigil Mass for the weekend.  During this season of Lent, the Church re-opens at 3:00pm to allow for people who wish to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Penance (3:00-3:45pm) before the 4:00pm Vigil Mass.  The doors of the Church will be closed after people leave from attending the Vigil Mass.  This allows for the cleaning of the pews in preparation for the Masses of Sunday the following day.
    3. Sunday:  The Church opens for Sunday Masses at 7:00am.  The pews are cleaned after every Mass (of 8:00am; 10:00am; and 12:00nn).  During the season of Lent, baptisms are not celebrated.  The Church doors will be closed after the people leave from attending the last Mass of 12:00nn.  This allows for the cleaning of the pews in preparation for the Masses of the following day.
    4. Holydays:  On days observed as a holiday, the Parish Office is closed.  The Church opens at 9:00am for those who wish to spend time of prayer before the one and only Mass celebrated at 10:00am (open to the public and livestream at the same time).  The Church doors will be closed after the people leave from attending the only Mass of the day.  This allows for the cleaning of the pews in preparation for the Masses of the following day.