Join us for

Live-streaming

of the

Celebration of Mass

5:00 p.m. Saturday

Recording available anytime after that

www.youtube.com/c/StJohnBoscoStLouis/live

 

 Mass at St. John Bosco Resumed

 

Daily Mass: Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m.

Weekend Mass times:  Saturday, 5:00 p.m., Sunday, 8:00 a.m., Sunday, 10:30 a.m.

We will continue to live-stream Mass at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, since the dispensation is still in effect.

 

IF YOU ARE NOT FEELING WELL OR CANNOT WEAR A MASK FOR THE ENTIRE SERVICE, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND MASS.

 

REMINDERS REGARDING the WEARING of MASKS.

 

Wearing a mask protects others. Everyone needs to feel safe at Mass.

 

Masks must be worn during the entire service.

 

Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth

to help protect others in case you’re infected with COVID-19 but don’t have symptoms.

 

Do not lower your mask to cough or sneeze (droplets spread disease).

 

IT IS NECESSARY THAT YOU SIGN UP FOR WEEKEND MASS

and FOLLOW THE DIRECTIVES FOR WEEKEND MASS.

 

DIRECTIVES FOR WEEKEND MASS

 

IF YOU ARE NOT FEELING WELL OR CANNOT WEAR A MASK FOR THE ENTIRE SERVICE, PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND MASS.

Arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before Mass.

Masks must be worn before entering church lobby.

Masks must be worn correctly (over the nose and the mouth) throughout the entire service.

Social distance of 6 feet must be maintained at all times.

Please do not congregate in the lobby before Mass.

You will see pews with placards indicating where to sit. Please sit with the placards at your back. If you are a single person, please sit at a space where there is just one single placard at the end of the pew. If there are two people in your family, choose a spot that has two placards. If you are a family of three or more, please sit in either the left center pews or far right side pews and sit toward the center of the pew.

Offertory: There will be no Offertory collection. A collection box is located in the lobby.

Sign of Peace: No physical sign of peace. A wave or a nod is appropriate.

Communion:  You must wait for the usher to direct you to Communion. Each person should process either to receive Communion or a blessing. If receiving a blessing, please cross arms over the chest. Maintain 6 foot social distance as you proceed to receive Communion. Keep your mask on when processing to and receiving Communion, and responding with Amen; then step to the side; lower your mask; consume the Body of Christ; replace your mask, and return to your pew. If you are receiving Communion on the tongue, wait until others have received in the hand and then proceed to the end of the line and receive Communion from the priest.

Dismissal: We ask that you do not leave Mass early so that we can maintain the safety of all.  Please do not congregate in the aisles or pews after Mass and continue to maintain 6 feet social distance as you exit the church. Bulletins will be available on the tables in the church lobby.

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We will be using SignUpGenius, an online scheduling tool.  Each Mass time will have a separate link.  The SignUpGenius links can be found under the Mass tab on the website’s home page.  The links will also be e-mailed to you each week through the St. John Bosco Bugle. Sign-ups will be posted at Noon on Mondays, and will be available until the number of slots are filled.

 

SignUpGenius Instructions:  When you go to the link, you will see the Mass time and date. You will also see a box that says “available slots.” Click on the box that says “sign-up.” You will then notice a checkmark in the box. Next, click the box at the very bottom of the page that says “Submit & Sign Up.” Once you have done this, you will be directed to the “Sign Me Up” page.

 

Only fill in the box "Disability Considerations" if you have special needs.  Use the drop down box to indicate how many in your family are attending. You should only be sitting with family members. Please enter your first name, last name, and email address. Then click on the box that says “Sign Up Now.” Next you will see a Confirmation page. You will also receive an email Confirmation. If you must cancel your Sign Up, go back to the link and change it from there.

 

Due to the Archdiocese of St. Louis mandates, there are a limited number of seats available for Mass. These safety measures and directives will require each of us to work together, follow directions, and practice patience so that we can safely gather for Mass.

 

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

 

EMBRACING OBEDIENCE

 

Ezekiel 18:25-28
Philippians 2:1-11 or 2:1-5
Matthew 21:28-32

 

PREPARING FOR SUNDAY MASS (click on pictures to open)
 
Prepare children for Sunday Mass with the readings, the Order of Mass, key words, and beautiful full-color illustrations!
Living with Christ is currently providing HERE 
complimentary prayers to help families and
individuals in their prayer life.

Celebrating Mass at Home

Were we ready to start participating in Mass at home?

Do we know what to do?

Do we have questions?

 

Preparing for Mass at Home, LDA's new digital resource, is an informal and practical guide, so that we may be able to more fully celebrate with the priest during Mass.

 

Celebrando La Masa en Casa

¿Estábamos listos para comenzar a participar en la misa en casa?

¿Sabemos que hacer?

¿Tenemos preguntas?

La preparación para la Misa en el hogar, el nuevo recurso digital de LDA, es una guía informal y práctica, para que podamos celebrar más plenamente con el sacerdote durante la Misa.

 

 

The Order of the Mass

 

The Order of Mass and the Act of Spiritual Communion

 

As many Catholic communities are taking part in online celebrations of the Mass, RCL Benziger is pleased to provide you with the Order of Mass and the directions for the Act of Spiritual Communion. These resources, for both children and adults, are available in English and in bilingual Spanish/English.

The Order of the Mass and Act of Spiritual Communion (then click on the image of your choice)

 

El orden de misa y el acto de comunión espiritual

 

Como muchas comunidades católicas participan en las celebraciones en línea de la Misa, RCL Benziger se complace en proporcionarle la Orden de la Misa y las instrucciones para el Acto de Comunión Espiritual. Estos recursos, tanto para niños como para adultos, están disponibles en inglés y en español / inglés bilingüe.

El orden de la misa y el acto de comunión espiritual (luego haga clic en la imagen que elija)

 

 

LITURGY TRAINING PUBLICATIONS

The Liturgy of the Hours

 
Many of us now face the inability to attend Mass and pray together as a community. While we may not be able to celebrate the Eucharistic liturgy together, we can continue to celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours in our homes.The Liturgy of the Hours is the daily prayer ritual of Christians that sanctifies and consecrates time. It is the prayer of Christ and the Church, and its celebration connects us deeply to Christ's Paschal Mystery. 
 
Below you will find guidance on how to pray this liturgy of the Church at home. 

 

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