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Roman Catholic Province of Indianapolis Lifting of the Dispensation from the Obligation of Mass
Effective 11 June 2021

The celebration of the Eucharist at Mass is the source and summit of our life and mission as Catholics. As of March 2020, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, all Roman Catholics throughout the entire Province of Indianapolis, which comprises all five dioceses of Indiana, have been dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. However, with the decrease of cases in our state, the widespread availability of vaccines and following the guidance of public health officials, we are now able to safely accommodate more parishioners for Masses. Therefore, effective June 11, the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass is hereby lifted throughout the state of Indiana. Except for the unique situations as described below, those who are otherwise healthy are obliged to return to Sunday Mass by the weekend of June 12-13, 2021: • Those who are seriously ill, exhibit flu-like symptoms and/or may have a contagious disease (including quarantine due to exposure). • Those who are unable to attend Mass through no fault of their own (e.g. transportation issue). • Those who are homebound and/or incapacitated due to age, infirmity and/or medical restrictions. • Those who have compromised health conditions and/or at high risk of contracting the virus. • Those who are caretakers of person who are sick or of persons at high-risk of serious illness if they contract Covid virus. If you have any questions about any specific needs, concerns or protocols, you are advised to contact your parish directly. Your pastor, who has the authority to dispense in individual cases, may be helpful in addressing individual fears and concerns. The obligation to attend Mass is a joyful one, reflecting the very character of who we are as Catholics.

THE SUNDAY MASS AT ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA WILL NO LONGER BE VIDEOED SINCE OUR CHURCHES ARE OPENING UP AND MORE PEOPLE ARE ATTENDING MASS IN PERSON. IF YOU STILL NEED TO VIEW A MASS, AN OPTION IS TO CHECK OUT THE ARCHDIOCESAN WEBSITE, ARCHINDY.ORG.

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Welcome to St. Catherine of Siena Parish

St. Catherine of Siena Parish is a newly formed Catholic parish with two worship sites. St. John of Enochsburg and St. Maurice of St. Maurice were merged into one parish in December 2013 with each site offering very unique resources to create a stronger Catholic community. If you like a small country setting to foster your appreciation and participation in Sunday Eucharist, please visit one of our two worship sites.

MASS SCHEDULE

Saturday – 5:00 p.m. at St. Maurice
Sunday – 8:00 a.m. at Enochsburg
Sunday – 10:00 a.m. at St. Maurice

CHURCH ADDRESSES

St. Maurice: 1963 North St. John Street, Greensburg, IN
Enochsburg
: 9995 East Base Road, Greensburg, IN

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Fr, William (Bill) Ehalt

Rev. William (Bill) Ehalt

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