It appears that the very first possible day that we may resume the Celebration of Mass at San Antonio Church will be May 31st. The State of Ohio advised that there should be no gatherings in churches up until May 29th. and the Catholic Bishops of Ohio agreed We are not sure if we will actually start that day . Please check back on the website for updates.
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Excerpts from the letter from the Catholic Conference of Ohio
Yesterday, 27 April 2020, Governor Mike DeWine presented a strategy to begin a multi-phased plan, even while the executive “Stay at Home Order” remains in place.
Out of deep concern for the common good as well as the physical and spiritual
well-being of all the people of Ohio, the Catholic Bishops of Ohio have agreed once again to
cooperate with the governor, and to support and abide by the multi-phased approach to returning to work and eventual public gathering in large groups.
To that end, the Catholic Bishops of Ohio extend the temporary suspension of all publicly
celebrated Masses/liturgies ending on May 29th, with the hope of publicly celebrating together the Solemnity of Pentecost on the weekend of May 30/31. Each of the bishops of Ohio, once again, dispense the Catholic faithful who reside in their respective dioceses and all other Catholics currently in their territories from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass during this time. We ask for the cooperation and adherence of all the faithful to the governor’s directives during this period.