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As indicated by Bishop Noonan in his letter to the faithful dated March 27, 2022, effective Palm Sunday, April  10, 2022, the obligation to participate in the Eucharist in person on Sundays and other holy days of obligation is restored.

Letter from Bishop John Noonan

Carta del Obispo John Noonan

Since late 2020 we have resumed our regular Daily and weekend Mass schedule.  For the safety of all our parishioners, we continually update our guidelines according to the CDC, the Seminole Country regulations, and the Diocese of Orlando.

The use of face masks, while you’re at Mass and/or around the Most Precious Blood campus, is optional and at your discretion

Please be aware currently the Parish Life Center is set up to accommodate up to 700 people.  We also have seating in the Chapel for about 100 people, and the Front Porch is also available for seating.  As we have been doing for over a year, we will be distributing Communion on the porch.

The Mass schedule is as follows:

Saturday Vigil – 5 PM

Sunday – 8 AM, 10 AM, 12 PM (Spanish), 5:30 PM.

Here are a few more things to remember as we enter our Spiritual home:

  • If you feel ill or under the weather, please stay home for your safety and the safety of others.

  • Please be sure to move to the center of the aisle and allow for any available seating. 
  • To wear a face mask while you’re on campus is now optional and at your discretion. 

  • Hand sanitizer stations are available at the entrance to the Parish Life Center.

  • Please do not move the chairs in the Parish Life Center.

  • The hymnals will be available during Mass.  For the time being, we will continue to project the prayers and songs on the screens.

  • Please place your Sunday Offering in one of our Offertory Boxes located in the Narthex.  Thank you for your faithful stewardship!

  • During the Our Father and the Sign of Peace you are encouraged to have praying hands and/or bow as a safe alternative to holding hands with others outside of your family.

  • Please allow for social distance when coming up to receive the Eucharist.  

  • If you are wearing gloves, we ask that you remove them when you come up to receive the Eucharist.

We are excited to have you back at your spiritual home. If you do not feel well or are taking care of a loved one and are unable to attend Mass at the parish, here are some resources to help you celebrate Mass.