Public Mass and LiveStream Information

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You do not need reservations to attend weekday Mass.

Welcome Back!

It is with great joy that I can announce that we are now ready to welcome our parish family members back to church.

There are a few new considerations that makes this return possible. Each of these are designed to protect you, your family and the others who join us while the Covid-19 virus is still active. We have been and continue to follow the CDC guidelines and have implemented the procedures required of us by the Diocese to provide a safe environment with which we can worship together.

In order to attend public Masses, everyone must comply with: 1) wearing a face mask at all times, 2) frequent sanitizing of hands and worship space, 3) social distancing, 4) health screening upon arrival and 5) being charitable to each other during this new experience of church and worship.

A reservation system has been established because seating is very limited (seating capacity 90), charity requires each parishioner be given an opportunity to worship in church.   You may reserve your seat by clicking the link above or accessing the link sent weekly via Flocknotes.

We long to see each of you. We realize there are limitations. Seniors and those with any health risk are still encouraged to remain at home for now. Live streaming will continue. Let us be kind to each other as this new opportunity unfolds and we begin to slowly gather again to worship our loving God.


Livestreams can be located on YouTube


or on Facebook at

If you miss any of the LiveStreams you can go to St. Helen’s YouTube page.  Fr. Frank will be taping all their Masses and will post them after each Mass.  To access St. Helen’s Masses on their YouTube channel go to