Mass at St. Odilia during COVID-19

  • Social distancing restrictions have ended, so the ropes have been removed from the pews. If you are fully vaccinated, you are no longer required to wear a mask in church at St. Odilia. Please continue to be considerate of those you are wearing masks and may be vunerable. We are moving ahead in a phased approach and will leave ropes up in front of the musicians until further notice. All Ministers of the Altar will continue to wear masks while distributing Communion through June 6th. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we transision with these quickly changing guidelines.

    Daily Mass:
    Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM - also live-streamed

    Weekend Mass Schedule:

    8:00 AM - Word Communion Service in the Chapel
    5:00 PM

    7:30 AM - beginning June 6th
    9:00 AM - also live-streamed
    11:00 AM
    1:00 PM Spanish Mass - also live-streamed

    Coming Together Safely:
    Please following the guidelines for "Coming Together Safely" to maintain a safe worship environment for all.

    St. Odilia has undertaken precautionary cleaning and disinfecting to help reduce the risk of exposure. However, St. Odilia cannot guarantee that visitors are 100% safe from exposure to COVID-19. Therefore, we will continue to offer live-streaming of Mass for those who are not fully vaccinated or have underlying health conditions. Please note that Archbishop Hebda has continued his suspension of the Sunday obligation for all Catholics at this time.

    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.

    COVID-19 Vaccine FAQS:
    Just before the new year, the Office of Communications made available an FAQ sheet, addressing common questions about the morality of the COVID-19 vaccines. You can access it in English here. Also available in Spanish here.

    Click here for the coronavirus updates from the Archdiocese.

    Please see the Catholic Community of St. Odilia Notice of Filming and Photography