PASTORAL UPDATE – TUESDAY, MARCH 17th

Stay updated on the latest information regarding our Most Blessed Sacrament Parish’s response to news pertaining to COVID-19 and parish ministries and activities. Updates will be posted periodically; watch for them!

1. Bishop Thomas in conjunction with the Roman Catholic Bishops of Ohio has suspended the celebration of all publicly celebrated Masses. This INCLUDES Holy Week and Easter Sunday. This is an unprecedented decision made for the welfare and safety of all. Daily Masses and the 11am Sunday Mass will still be celebrated privately at Most Blessed Sacrament Parish and LIVE-STREAMED. Masses WILL NOT be open to the public. Go to blessedsacramenttoledo.org and scroll down and click on “Livestreaming”, or click on the following link: https://venue.streamspot.com/fc256be5

2. Father Mike will be LIVESTREAMING a “Parish Update & Spiritual Reflection” EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENIING, from 7pm – 7:20pm! Join Father Mike via LIVESTREAM from our church in this effort to reach out and stay connected to our entire Parish Community! Go to blessedsacramenttoledo.org and scroll down and click on “Livestreaming”, or click on the following link: https://venue.streamspot.com/fc256be5

3. Father Mike will also be LIVESTREAMING a “Spiritual Teaching & Reflection” EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, from 10am – 10:15 am, in an effort to reach out and stay connected to our entire School Community. Go to the Parish Website at blessedsacramenttoledo.org and scroll down and click on “Livestreaming”, or click on the following link: https://venue.streamspot.com/fc256be5

4. The Adoration Chapel will remain open, however the Blessed Sacrament will be reposed in the Tabernacle. This allows adorers access to the Chapel, without the need for someone to be present.

5. All Parish and School activities are cancelled/suspended until further notice. The Parish Office REMAINS open M-F, 8am – 4pm, to offer support and assistance to you! Appointments with Fr. Mike will still occur, keeping proper social distancing. 

6. Remember the profound words of St. Paul of the Cross, who said this about challenges and sufferings: “Afflictions, fears, desolations, dryness, abandonment, temptations, and other sufferings make an excellent broom, which sweeps from our soul all the dust of hidden imperfections, and allows for courage and strength to prevail.”