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Before registering, please be aware of current information and instructions.
Friday, January 22 9:00 AM – Our Lady of the Assumption SIGNUP FORM
Saturday, January 23 26 9:00 AM – St. Bernard’s SIGNUP FORM
Saturday, January 23 5:00 PM – St. Bernard’s SIGNUP FORM
Sunday, January 24 9:00 AM – St. Bernard’s SIGNUP FORM
Sunday, January 24 11:00 AM – Our Lady of the Assumption SIGNUP FORM
Tuesday, January 26 7:00 PM – St. Bernard’s SIGNUP FORM
Wednesday, January 27 7:00 PM – St. Bernard’s SIGNUP FORM
Thursday, January 28 7:00 PM – Our Lady of the Assumption SIGNUP FORM
STFX Chaplaincy Masses:
Saturday, January 23 7:00 PM Mass SIGNUP FORM
Sunday, January 24 11:30 AM Mass SIGNUP FORM
Sunday, January 24 2:30 PM Mass SIGNUP FORM
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Registration for weekday Masses closes at 2 pm the day of the Mass, For Friday 9am and Saturday 9am Masses, cut-off for online registration will be 2pm the previous day. For all Saturday 5:00 pm and Sunday Masses, registration will close at 12:00 pm on Saturdays.
Due to the public health announcements from the Alberta Government on December 8, more strict restrictions have been introduced, to take effect Sunday, December 13, 2020.
These new restrictions have reduced the number of people allowed to attend each Mass. The new limit is set at 15% of fire code occupancy. This means that the capacity at each church is reduced to a maximum of 44 at St. Bernard’s Church and 55 at Our Lady of the Assumption. These mandatory restrictions will be in place at least until January 12, 2021, according to the government announcement.
When registering for a Mass, because of these strict rules – please make sure you register each person individually. This will ensure our ability to remain as close as possible to the new requirements.
– All other current guidelines are in full effect.
– The mandatory wearing of masks while in our churches has been reinforced by the government and the diocese, for all who do not have a medical reason that makes them unable to wear a mask.* although not mentioned recently, infants and toddlers who are unable to wear a mask reliably could be considered another exception.