COVID-19 Impact at Our Lady
Due to the COVID-19 precautions issued by the Bishop and the Stay at Home Order mandated by the Ohio government, the following are now in effect at Our Lady:
- Public Masses are set to resume at Our Lady the weekend of May 30/31. Please view our detailed guidelines and video before you arrive.
- Daily Mass resumed Tuesday, May 26, keeping our pre-coronavirus schedule of Monday through Friday at 8:30 am.
- Dispensation has been given to the Catholic faithful residing in Ohio and all Catholics currently in Ohio from the obligation of attending Sunday Mass through September 13, 2020. Therefore, we will continue to provide Mass online each weekend.
- The parish office is now open to the public. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am – 3 pm. Due to social distancing and staggered work schedules, all visitors should call ahead and make an appointment to confirm the appropriate staff will be available.
- Additional cleaning and sanitizing will be taking place throughout our facilities.
- Please take some time to pray for this difficult situation, and especially for all of those who are suffering from illness and disease.
Daily Mass will begin on Tuesday, May 26. We will resume our pre-coronavirus schedule of Monday through Friday at 8:30 am.
Weekend Masses will resume the weekend of May 30/31. We have a new Mass schedule of 5 pm on Saturday, and 8:30am, 11:30 am, and 5 pm on Sunday. Many new procedures will be in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Because the dispensation for the Sunday obligation to attend Mass is in place until September, we are going to continue to make Mass available online from Our Lady each week. Every Saturday, we will send out the link to that week’s Mass along with the bulletin. The link will go live at 5 PM, and will be available for viewers to watch all weekend at their usual Mass times (or whenever you want to tune in).
Will Confession be offered?
Confession is now available by appointment only. Please see our reconciliation page for full details.
What about Baptism?
All baptisms are postponed unless there is a dire need.
What about Funerals?
Funerals are limited to immediate family only at a graveside service, then when the COVID-19 “all clear” is known, the family is encouraged/invited to celebrate a memorial mass at the church.
What about Anointing of the Sick?
Anointing of the sick is for End-of-Life situations only.
COVID-19 News Updates
- Return to Public Mass
- Mass for the Ascension of the Lord 5.24.20
- Return to Mass
- Video Message from Father Jim
- School Mass for 5.21.20
- Help Needed!
- Chapel to Open Wednesday, May 20
- Mass for Sunday 5.17.20
- Letter from Bishop Brennan 5.15.20
- School Mass for 5.14.20
- Parking Lot Adoration this Wednesday
- 5th Sunday of Easter Mass