COVID-19 News, Updates, & Info
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Statement from the Archdiocese Regarding the Projected Resumption of the Public Celebration of Mass in the Five-County Region
In mid-March, the celebration of public Mass was suspended in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the obligation for the faithful to attend Mass was dispensed. Those decisions were not made lightly and were always intended to be temporary measures.
They were made out of necessity for the common good and in recognition of the fact that all of us share a responsibility for the preservation of public health, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. During this unprecedented time, the Archdiocese has made every effort to provide for the spiritual needs of the faithful as well as the temporal needs of those who benefit from its many charitable works.
It is important to note that Catholic churches in the Archdiocese have never been closed. Local parish churches have remained open for private prayer as well as the celebration of the Sacraments Baptism, Penance, Matrimony, and funeral Masses at the discretion of the local pastor and with respect for guidelines from public health officials as they have evolved over time.
Based on recent statements from government officials at the state level, it is anticipated that the five-county region comprising the Archdiocese of Philadelphia will move into the “yellow” phase of the statewide re-opening plan by Friday, June 5th. As such, it is projected that the celebration of daily and Sunday Masses will resume beginning on Saturday, June 6th.
The administration of the Archdiocese has been working in consultation with public health officials to ensure that such a resumption takes place within the context of state approved guidelines and is actively working to provide appropriate guidance to its clergy so that all will be as prepared as possible when the public celebration of Mass begins again. All of us are eager to open the doors of Church wide for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist.
How Does This Impact St. Albert? Updated: 4/28
Spiritual Resources - Updated 4/6
Pope Francis' Prayer to Mary for Protection
Making an Act of Spiritual Communion
Parish News & Events
Mass & May Crowning in Honor of Mary
Our annual May Procession has been cancelled. However, we will conduct a live-stream Marian Devotion via Facebook Live on Thursday, May 28 @ 2 PM. Please join us for this virtual devotion in honor of our Blessed Mother.
Praying the Rosary Videos
Free Meals for Children Under 18!
High School Youth Ministry
This Week's Bulletin
Sunday Scripture Reflection
Daily Scripture Reflections
Parish Quarterly Newszine
FORMED.org - Pick of the Week
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The Lord's Day
Saturday Vigil: 5 pm
Sundays 8 am, 10 am, & 12 pm
Youth & Young Adult Mass:
2nd Saturday of the month at 5 pm
4th Sunday of the month at 12 pm
September through June
1st Sunday of the month at 10 am
Followed by 1st Sunday Coffee in the auditorium
October through June
8 am Monday through Friday
Holy Days of Obligation
Vigil Mass: 7 pm
Holy Day 6:30 am & 10 am
6:30 am, 10 am, 12 pm & 7 pm
No Vigil Mass on October 31
Tuesdays 7:00 - 7:45 pm - rectory
Saturdays 4 - 4:45 pm - church chapel
Prayer & Devotion
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Tuesdays: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm - rectory chapel
Fridays: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm - rectory chapel
Charismatic Prayer Group
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm - church chapel
Divine Mercy Chaplet
Wednesdays following the 8 am Mass - church chapel
Miraculous Medal Novena
Mondays following the 8 am Mass - church chapel
Saturdays following the 8 am Mass - church chapel
Parish Mission Statement
Saint Albert the Great Parish is a Catholic Community united in our Lord Jesus Christ. As the Body of Christ, we are committed to building a vibrant parish family where the Word of God is proclaimed, studied, and integrated into daily living. Our worship, in Word and Sacrament, celebrates the presence of God in our midst. We witness the Gospel through our actions of care and concerns for those around us. We take the time to discuss the gifts and needs of our parish and develop lay leadership accordingly.