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I will be adding St. Peter’s and St. Kateri's parishes in Sisseton to my present assignment, beginning July 1, 2020.
THE LORD’S DAY MASS ROTATION FOR St. John's & St. Anthony's:
June, July, August AND December, January, February
— Saturday evening: St. John’s at 5:30 pm
— Sunday morning: St. Anthony’s at 9:00 am
September, October, November AND March, April, May
— Saturday evening: St. Anthony’s at 5:30 pm
— Sunday morning: St. John’s at 9:00 am
*The rotation for St. Kateri's & St. Peter's will be posted mid-June.*
Our MiSSION STATEMENT: Matthew 28:19-20 "Go therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the age.", sharing God's love, by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The St. Anthony Prayer Line is a chain of parishioners that can be contacted for those in need of immediate prayer.
A true history of St. Anthony does not begin with the building of the first church in 1911, but can be traced back
Marriage: Contact the pastor a minimum of six months before the planned wedding to insure availability of the church.
Baptism: Contayt the Pastor
Father Gregg Frankman
JUNE, JULY, AUGUST:
SUNDAYS AT 9:00 AM
CONFESSIONS: 1/2 Hour before Mass or by appointment
PLAN FOR PUBLIC MASSES ST. ANTHONY CATHOLIC PARISH
PLEASE, KNOW THAT YOU ARE DISPENSED FROM ATTENDING MASS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ATTEND MASS UNTIL YOU ARE COMFORTABLE OR UNTIL BISHOP ENDS THE DISPENSATION. THIS IS A DIFFICULT TIME FOR US, SO STAY SAFE!
We are planning on beginning the Lord’s Day Public Mass in June 7, 2020.
— Mass will be on Sundays at 9:00 am in June and continue through August.
— Wearing masks is STRONGLY encouraged, but not required.
— Hand sanitizer will be available at the two doors that we will use [North door and Southwest door]
— Six feet safe distance will be maintained between and within pews, along with entering, exiting the Church and during Holy Communion.
— The following will be the combinations for distancing per pew: one family, or two couples, or three individuals ONLY.
Sanctuary: Father will be the only one in the Sanctuary, with the exception of one Eucharistic Minister at Communion time and both will sanitize our hands before and after distributing Holy Communion and wear masks during distribution.
— There will be NO Sacristan, Lector or Servers.
Ushers will sanitize their hands before and after Mass; help parishioners maintain safe distance entering and exiting the Church, and during the Holy Communion procession.
Music: There will be no choir, but there may be an organist and Cantor. There will be NO missalettes or Mass response cards.
— Holy Communion will be received in the hand, without gloves, extend your arms full length to receive.
- No one is required to receive Holy Communion.
— Keep the six feet safe distance upon leaving your vehicles and entering the Church.
— There will be a person to hold the door open before and after Mass.
— Keep the six feet safe distance when returning to your cars after Mass.
— Disinfecting and sanitizing the Church will be done by volunteers.
— There will be NO sign of peace.
— All Mass responses will be recited.
— There will be NO Holy Water in the fonts.
— Father will enter and exit the Sanctuary from the Sacristy.
— Confessions will be heard 1/2 hour before Mass. There will be NO face to face Confessions in the Confessional.
— Father will give instructions regarding the protocols for Mass, when he enters the Sanctuary
Catholic Church of St. Anthony