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Important Notice: Beginning Sunday, Oct. 11, masses will no longer be streamed online.

Mass Schedule

Worship

Daily Mass:  8:30am
Saturday: Vigil Mass – 5:30pm
Sunday: 10am (English) | 12pm (Spanish)

Confessions and Reconciliations
Saturday
: 5:00-5:20pm
Sunday: 9:30-9:50am and 11:15-11:45am

Special Masses

The Healing Mass
First Thursday of the Month (English)

Mass and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
First Friday of the Month (Spanish)

Prayer Groups

Novena
Suspended until further notice

Adults Legion of Mary
Saturday at 10:00am

Juvenile Legion of Mary
Mondays at 6:00pm


Special Communication from Fr. Hector:
Resumption of Public Masses

Dear OLPH Family and Friends, 

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I have the joy to announce you that our weekend public Masses have resumed. 

RESPONSIBLE PROTOCOLS FOR RESUMING PUBLIC MASSES AT O.L.P.H.

The Coronavirus has severely impacted our way of life, including the way we do public worship. The intention of these protocols is to allow for a reopening of our church while providing a safe environment as set forth by the Federal, State and County governments, along with the Diocese of St. Petersburg’s guidelines.

Bishop Gregory Parkes’ main focus (and mine too) is your safety. That is why he is extending the dispensation of attending Mass to all Catholics that – because their age, medical condition or fear – would feel uncomfortable or/and at risk of being infected or infecting others, inside the church building.

Everyone that walks into the church building must feel safe and know that everything we could do to protect them has been done. With this in mind the following protocols have been developed.

We all must remember these are very trying and ever-changing times, and that following these protocols will help ensure a safe and meaningful return to celebrating our faith.

I feel very confident with my parishioners of OLPH. I am sure they will listen to Jesus’ evangelical command: “love your neighbor as you love yourself’; consider your neighbor’s safety as important as your own safety.

Respectfully and fraternally,

Rev. Hector Cruz, S.M.
Pastor

P.S. **All those who are ADMINISTERING communion shall wear a FACE MASK while administering communion.**