Returning to Public Mass
We will continue to live stream daily Mass at 8:00am along with the Saturday 4:00pm Mass and Sunday at 11:00am Mass.
Please take time to read Fr. Buehler’s letter outlining Good Shepherd’s protocols and Archdiocese guidelines for our church to return to a “somewhat normal” worship practices. Let us bear with one another patiently and may God be praised by our efforts!
“I will appoint for you shepherds after my own heart, who will shepherd you wisely and prudently” –Jeremiah 3:15
We are so blessed to have Father Buehler be us on our Journey with Christ. Take a moment to listen to the latest homily form Father Raymond Buehler, Parochial Administrator of Good Shepherd Parish.
Letter from Father Buehler to the Church of the Good Shepherd After two long months of lockdown, stay-at-home orders, and uncertainty about so many things, many of us are more than eager for some sort of return to ‘normalcy’. This could be said for our work, our travel, our family life, our access to so many things we took for granted. And this certainly could be said for a return to our communal practice of the faith. I’m writing this letter primarily to communicate what the first cautious steps will be as we begin to regain access to what is truly an ‘essential service’ to society – the worship of God as a community of disciples at Mass. I’m also including in this letter a simple ‘state of the parish’, which will not be exhaustive but give a glimpse into what has been going on here at Good Shepherd during these difficult times. Before we dive into all of this, however, I want to commend my gratitude to so many men, women and children who have been so good about reaching out [...]
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