Mass at St. Odilia during COVID-19
Governor Walz has issued an executive order allowing faith communities to accommodate up to 250 people for worship services, provided precautions are taken to protect public health. In response, St. Odilia has prepared to resume limited public Mass as follows:
Limited Public Mass has Resumed. Schedule as follows:
Daily Mass Monday-Friday, 7:30 am- Live stream also available
5:00 pm Saturday (English)
9:00am Sunday (English)
11:00am Sunday (English) - Live stream also available
1:00 pm Sunday (Spanish) - Live stream also available
Reservations will be required to attend weekend Mass. This is the only way we can maintain the required 50% of capacity and ensure your safety.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR RESERVATION. Or, call our Reservation Line at 651-415-3367.
Coming Together Safely
Following new guidelines from the Office of Worship, we will be returning to Communion during Mass the first weekend in October. CLICK HERE for protocols on receiving Communion during Mass. Please following the guidelines for "Coming Together Safely" to maintain a safe worship environment for all.
St. Odilia has undertaken precautionary cleaning, disinfecting and implemented social distancing guidelines to help reduce the risk of exposure. However, St. Odilia cannot guarantee that visitors are 100% safe from exposure to COVID-19. Therefore, we recommend those who are 65 and older and/or who have underlying health conditions take part in our livestreamed Mass and participate in spiritual communion. Please note that Archbishop Hebda has continued his suspension of the Sunday obligation for all Catholics at this time.
Please see the Catholic Community of St. Odilia Notice of Filming and Photography.
From the Archdiocese: Many of our faithful are understandably concerned about COVID-19/coronavirus. We continue to monitor reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) and Minnesota Department of Health. Please join in praying for all those affected by COVID-19/coronavirus.
Click here for the coronavirus updates from the Archdiocese.