Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May the souls of the faithful departed,
through the mercy of God,
rest in peace.
The Celebration Of The Sacraments In Time Of Pandemic
The following summary is based on updates to the Diocesan Instructions for the Celebration of the Sacraments In Time of Pandemic after consulting new guidelines provided by the CDC, NYS and the advice of medical professionals. It is important to note that appropriate measures are being taken to accommodate the faithful with the awareness that they include both the vaccinated and unvaccinated members. We rely on the goodness and honesty of our people to follow State guidelines regarding those fully vaccinated and unvaccinated.
Parishioners are no longer required to pre-register for Mass, but we will take names as you enter church at least until the end of June. This is just a precaution we our taking.
Parishioners who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear a face mask at Mass.
All who prefer to continue wearing facial covering are free to do so.
Those who are NOT fully vaccinated should observe social distancing of six feet from individuals not in their household. They ARE to wear a face mask at Mass. Even if fully vaccinated, social distancing from those who are wearing a mask is requested.
We have created "a physical distance section" within the church for those who are required to wear masks and engage in social distancing and/or for those who may be fully vaccinated but wish to continue to follow distancing practices. This section is on the left side of the Church facing the Altar. The right hand side of the church facing the Altar will be fully open. Parishioners may be seated in a staggered fashion while respecting six feet social distance, where required.
Lectors, servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and sacristans must continue to follow prescribed handwashing and sanitizing practices.
The Offertory processions with the gifts of bread and wine will resume. The Offertory collection will continue with the use of the collection box in the center aisle.
At the Sign of Peace there still should be no physical contact.
For the distribution of Holy Communion, those distributing the Eucharist will continue using hand sanitizer, masks. While in the Communion line, communicants should maintain social distancing from those not in their household.
Holy Water fonts will remain empty.
The use of permanent worship aid, missalettes and hymnals may resume.
Bulletins may be distributed at Mass and may also be distributed electronically.
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We, the members of Our Lady of Pompei/St. Peter, are called to acknowledge the Lordship of Jesus. As our parish affirms its heritage, we continue to reach out to those in need, bring the gospel to all who will receive it, and be formed in the image of Christ through worship and prayer. We value the talents of each of our
members and feel it is the responsibility of all to contribute time, talent and tithe to our faith community.
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This is our new Mass schedule at this time.
Please remember that all Masses are in the Parish church and that you need to register for a Mass (even daily Mass)
Saturday 4:00 pm at Our Lady of Pompei /St. Peter
Saturday 5:30 pm at St. John the Baptist / Holy Trinity
Saturday 6:00 pm at OLP /St. Peter (Vietnamese)
Sunday 7:30 am at Our Lady of Pompei /St. Peter
Sunday 9:00 am at St. John the Baptist / Holy Trinity
Sunday 9:30 am at OLP /St. Peter (Vietnamese)
Sunday 11:30 am at Our Lady of Pompei /St. Peter
Sunday 5:00 pm at Our Lady of Pompei /St. Peter
Monday - Friday 9:00 am at Our Lady of Pompei /St. Peter
Monday - Friday Noon at St. John the Baptist / Holy Trinity
Monday - Friday 5:30 pm at OLP /St. Peter (Vietnamese)
Saturday Morning 8:00 am at OLP /St. Peter (Vietnamese)
Saturday Morning 9:00 am at St. John the Baptist / Holy Trinity
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920 North McBride Street
Syracuse, NY 13208
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