KENILWORTH, NJ - Please the latest message from Cardinal Tobin.

Phase Two will begin on Monday, June 15th, 2020, and permits:

· The celebration of weekday Masses, Funerals, Baptisms, and Weddings.
· No more than 50 people in attendance for each celebration including officiating clergy.

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Phase Three will begin on Sunday, June 21st, 2020 beginning with the vigil Mass on Saturday, June 20th, 2020.

· Dispensation is still in place for all those who may not wish to attend Sunday Mass at this time.
· Population at our Sunday Masses is not to exceed 50% sitting capacity of the Church. Therefore our parish has established a registration system to help us monitor the number of people that will attend each Mass.

General Guidelines to be followed during these phases:

· Those who are at risk because of underlying health issues and/or age are strongly encouraged to avoid the risks posed by attendance at public celebrations of the Mass.
· Those who show symptoms of COVID-19 or who have been exposed to another infected person are not permitted to enter the church for 14 days.
· Please check your temperature at home before coming to church.
· Please sanitize your hands as you go in and out of Church. No handshakes, hugs, etc.
· Church doors will be propped open before and after Mass to prevent people from touching the door handles, knobs or push plates.
· All hymnals and missalettes have been removed from the pews.
· We must all wear a mask at Church and maintain 6 feet physical distancing between households.
· Entrance into the Church will be through the central aisle only. Please let the Ushers show you where to sit.
· All ministers, including music ministers and choir members, must maintain six-foot physical distancing.
· There will be baskets in the vestibule of the Church for Sunday Collections. Please drop your envelops into one of these boxes as you enter the Church.
· No physical contact is allowed during the sign of peace. A simple gesture, such as a bow or nod, is recommended.
· Communion is permitted only in the hand and any physical contact must be avoided.
· Eucharistic ministers must be masked and sanitize their hands immediately before and after distributing Communion.
· After Masses, please exit through the side aisles beginning with people seated in the back rows, and make sure to maintain the required physical distance between households.
· No bulletins.
· We will continue to Livestream the 9:00 am Sunday Parish Mass so that those unable to attend may maintain a spiritual connection with us during Sundays.