March 2020


In these uncertain and troubling times, the leadership of the Polish National Catholic Church, both secular and spiritual, has decided to implement a better safe than sorry approach to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Effective immediately, until further notice, all activities in our parish will be temporarily suspended.  This includes all meetings and assemblies of any type.  Mass will be celebrated by the clergy at 9:30 AM on Sundays in order to offer prayers for the faithful but all parishioners are instructed to to remain at home and to pray together from there as the one body of Christ.  Should anyone come to Mass because they did not receive this notification, they will be asked to maintain the recommended social distancing of at least six feet from other parishioners.  The Eucharist will not be distributed to the congregation but will be replaced by the recitation of the “Act of Spiritual Communion” at the appropriate time during the Mass.  The text will be provide in the Bulletin and in the weekly Worship Guide for those not attending Mass.  This will be posted on the website each week along with or in place of the bulletin until such time as we are once again able to gather together to give praise, honor and glory to the Lord God Almighty.  The links below will provide you with the latest Official Statement from the Office of the Prime Bishop, a list of cancelled and re-scheduled events within the church, guides to Sunday and Lenten Worship Services.  The Sunday Worship Guide will be updated weekly.  Please share this information with any and all parishioners that you are in contact with to make sure that they know to stay home from church until further notice.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me anytime at 610-775-4559.  This number also rings my cell phone so i am available most anytime.  With God’s grace we will weather this storm and come through stronger than ever.  Please keep all of those affected by this sickness in your thoughts and prayers daily, especially the health care providers working so hard and so selflessly to battle this outbreak.  Take care, stay well and may God bless you and yours in this time of crisis.

Statement from the Office of the Prime Bishop

Cancelled and Re-scheduled Events

Sunday Worship Guide (Fourth Sunday of Lent)

Lenten Worship Guide (Stations of the Cross)

Stations of the Cross (PowerPoint) 


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At this time, the ‘better-safe-than-sorry’ approach to our common life in our Parish is the approach to take for the immediate future.  Therefore, at the passing of the Peace during Mass, we will eliminate handshaking, kissing and hugging as signs of God’s peace being with you.  Instead, a wave, a peace sign ‘V’, a smile can be substituted for the other gestures to ensure the health safety of all and to remove from some the stigma of their not desiring to participate in the Peace at this time while others would.

Greeting the clergy with a handshake at the doors after Mass will no longer take place.  A smile and the brief greetings offered as usual will be sufficient.

Coughing and sneezing into your elbow and arm instead of uncovered into the air around you will be appreciated by everyone and reduce the risk of infection.

As always, parishioners who are ill on a Sunday morning or exhibiting flu-like symptoms should remain at home from Mass until they are fully recovered from their illness.

The clergy will continue to wash their hands before Mass as they always do.  Additionally, they will use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer before and after distributing communion.

The CDC explains the following: Coronavirus symptoms include a fever, cough and shortness of breath. Symptoms could appear two to 14 days after exposure.  The virus spreads through droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. People can also become infected by touching something with the virus on it then touching their mouth, nose or possibly eyes.

We will observe these precautions as long as necessary.


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