Updated Mass Procedures

We will continue to work hard to keep you informed about any additional changes that directly impact St. Louise de Marillac. We ask that you continue to keep those suffering from this virus, as well as those working as essential workers to keep everyone safe. We at St. Louise are also working to the best of our abilities to guide our community and keep it safe. Please be sure to frequently visit our website, follow us on our social media pages, and text “sldm” to 84576 in order to receive updates as they happen.

The New Mass Schedule

With the reopening of our Church on Saturday, July 31st, our Masses inside the Church are scheduled as follows:

Daily Mass (Monday – Satuday)
8:30 AM

Weekend Masses
Saturday: 4:30 PM Vigil Mass
Sunday: 6:30 AM, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM*, 12:00 PM Noon, and 6:00 PM Evening

*The 10:00 AM Mass will be our ongoing livestream Mass for our homebound parishioners. You can watch the 10:00 AM Mass livestream on our website, Youtube channel, or Facebook page.

Weekend & Daily Masses Overview

Archbishop Jose Gomez encourages the Catholic faithful to return to in-person Sunday Mass and the celebration of the Sacraments.

As such, the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass & Holy Days of Obligation has been lifted.

Those who have serious & legitimate reasons, such as an illness, underlying health conditions, significant fear of becoming ill, etc., may be dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass & Holy Days of Obligation.

For everyone’s safety:
-Please don’t come to Mass if you are not feeling well.
-Masks are required indoors for both our fully vaccinated or non-vaccinated individuals. Read the about the Indoor Mask Mandate.

When arriving to mass, please note that the driveway between the Church and the Parish Office is closed. Please enter on Covina Blvd at the east end of the property and exit onto Bonnie Cove Blvd.

Additional Information

Thank you for your cooperation and willingness to follow these guidelines. Let’s all pray for the safety of each other and that those who are working so hard to keep us safe will in turn be safe themselves. We pray in a special way for those who are afflicted with the virus.  May Our Heavenly Lord watch over and care for each of them!