Our hearts rejoice to resume Masses with public! We are taking all the safety measures needed and getting ready to receive our parishioners. We kindly request our dear brothers and sisters to be patient, understanding and use prudence while we all get used to the new normal.

For the safety of all, the Archdiocese of Miami is following the recommendations from the CDC and State Health authorities. Please consider the following safety measures when coming to the Parish:

  • All worshipers need to wear face masks and remove them only when receiving Communion. 

  • Capacity in the churches is based on social/physical distancing of six feet per person/family or approximately 25-30% of normal capacity. Our Parish will use first come first serve method. Please follow directions to park and make the line to enter the church. 

  • Once inside, you will be escorted to your seat by an usher. You cannot choose your seat or save seats for other parishioners.

  • Follow the instructions from the ushers to line up for Communion and also when leaving the church.

  • Communion will be done in the hand or on the tongue.

  • Do not hold hands while reciting the Lord’s Prayer, nor exchange the Sign of Peace.

  • Parishioners can bring their own missalettes or access Scripture readings by an app.

  • Hand sanitizers will be available at church entrances and church surfaces will be wiped down with disinfectant between Masses.

  • After Mass please do not congregate in the church or outside but make your way home.

  • Those who are elderly, sick, or have underlying conditions that put them at high risk for complications from the coronavirus, as well as their caregivers, are urged to continue taking part in the Mass from the safety of their homes.

  • Other parish activities and meetings (other than virtual meetings) remain suspended.

  • We ask that you please refrain from coming to Mass if you have one or several of the following symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.

If you would like to give your Sunday offertory, please click on "DONATE" and follow the instructions on our new secure web online giving system.

Thank you for your support and generosity. God bless you.

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Welcome to Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Church

MASS SCHEDULE

Weekday Masses

Monday - Saturday: 8:30 AM (English)

Monday - Friday: 7:00 PM (Spanish)

Except First Friday, Misa de Sanación - 8:00 PM (Spanish)

 

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM (English)

Sunday

7:30 AM (English)

9:00 AM (Spanish)

11:00 AM (English) online streaming

1:00 PM (Spanish) online streaming

6:00 PM (Spanish)

7:30 PM (Portuguese)

Attention: The church is open for personal prayer Monday - Friday from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

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ATTENTION!! MASSES WITH PUBLIC TO RESUME ON MAY 26

Archbishop Thomas Wenski has told pastors in Miami-Dade and Broward counties that they can resume public Masses beginning May 26 — the Tuesday after Memorial Day.

The first Sunday Masses with congregations will be celebrated Pentecost Sunday, the weekend of May 30-31.

There will be some restrictions for Mass-goers, however, so livestream Masses will continue for the foreseeable future. The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains in effect “indefinitely,” the archbishop wrote in a letter to parishioners dated May 18, 2020.

Those who are elderly, sick, or have underlying conditions that put them at high risk for complications from the coronavirus, as well as their caregivers, are urged to continue taking part in the Mass from the safety of their homes. The archbishop said they should “contact the parish rectory and arrange for the sacraments to be brought to them.”

 

Read the entire letter here

Welcome back video message from Archbishop Thomas Wenski

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