We Value your Health, but We also Value Stability
We care about the health of our parishioners and guests, but we also value stability.
Therefore, all events at St. Mary Magdalene will occur as scheduled except for: Faith Formation children’s instruction, Preschool, our Parish Mission with Brent Heiser, and our Lenten Penance Service
With respect to Holy Mass: People who are ill should not attend Mass, but they can still participate from home by watching a televised or broadcast Mass. If you are sick or if you are the caretaker for someone who is sick, your obligation to attend Mass is dispensed. This applies to every illness, not just COVID-19. Influenza, strep, and other viruses are always present in our communities and we should be mindful of the threats these illnesses pose to our community.
If you feel that you are at risk by attending Mass with a large group, you may also participate from home by watching a televised or broadcast Mass.
Here are some resources:
Acts of Spiritual Communion: https://archatl.com/catholic-life/acts-of-spiritual-communion/
List of Broadcast or Livestream Masses: https://archatl.com/catholic-life/broadcast-or-livestreamed-mass/