Dear Friend,

We prioritize the health and safety of people who attend our church and those in our community at-large, and we’ve been eager to do our part in being good neighbours by following the directives issued by our province and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon.

The Government of Saskatchewan has now given places of worship the go ahead to meet in person at 30 percent of seating capacity or 150 people, whichever is less.  We are able to safely accommodate 150 people and we invite you to join us for Mass.

We strive to meet all sanitization steps necessary to keep parishioners and visitors  healthy and safe while attending Mass at our church.  We invite you to read the directives listed below to help us in this process.

Here are the current guidelines and suggestions offered by our Pastor, Fr. Mike Dechant OMI regarding what you need to know before attending a Mass at our Parish.   Directives

Here are the current directives offered by Bishop Mark Hagemoen regarding Mass attendance. Directives 

The use of a non-medical mask is one of several control measures that can limit the spread of  COVID-19. Masks can be used either for protection of healthy persons (worn to protect oneself when in contact with an infected individual) or for source control (worn by an infected individual to prevent onward transmission).   This instruction sheet, from the Public Health Agency of Canada,  offers some brief do’s and dont’s regarding the use and care of your disposable one-time use or cloth mask.  How to Wear a Mask

Washing your hands correctly (or using an alcohol-based hand rub) is one of the tools you can use to protect yourself against COVID-19.  Not only will it help keep you healthy; it will help prevent the spread of this virus to others.  Please review this CHART from the Public Health Agency of Canada on proper hand washing practices.