Mass Times

Sunday Mass

10am | 12pm (Español) | 6pm | 8pm
Mass is livestreamed on YouTube on Sundays at 10am

*5pm Vigil Mass on Saturdays
*Resumed January 16th, 2021

Daily Mass

Monday & Tuesday: 6:00pm
Wednesday & Thursday: 11:45am

1st Saturday of the Month: 8am


Monday & Tuesday: 4:30pm
Wednesday: 11am
Thursday: 10:30am
Saturday: 2:30pm

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday – Thursday: 9am – 10pm
(Jan 19th – April 23rd)

Coronavirus Directives

Please stay home if you..
  • you feel sick.
  • you suspect you may be sick.
  • you have a sick family member at home.
  • you should be under self-quarantine/ are waiting on test results
  • you are in the vulnerable population as defined by the CDC. (Link – Click Here)
Before Mass:
  • Feel free to bring along a travel-size container of hand sanitizer or hand wipes. There will be sanitizer available in the Gathering Area for your use.
  • Everyone is required to bring and wear a mask.
  • Maintain social distancing protocols of 6-ft separation entering, sitting and exiting the church.
  • The entrance for Mass will be from the CTK office parking lot area (closest to the fraternity houses with covered drop off).
  • Ushers will be present to assist in seating.
    • Families and those living in the same household can sit together.
    • Seating is limited to insure proper social distancing (6-ft apart in all directions) therefore some rows are blocked off.
  • Ask the Holy Spirit for a disposition of faith and generosity to enter into Mass.
  • Go to Sacramental Confession if needed
During Mass:
  • Pray along with the Mass.
    • Missals & Hymnals will not be in the pews. Personal missalettes or phone apps may be used to follow along with the readings if desired.
  • A bow or gesture should replace a handshake or other physical signs of peace/greeting during the liturgy.
  • Holy Communion will be distributed by means of the Consecrated Host only.
  • Reception of Holy Communion on the hand is encouraged, but not required. Please be mindful to not come into contact with the priest or EMHC while receiving Holy Communion. If contact is made, the priest/EMHC will purify and sanitize their hand before continuing to distribute Holy Communion. 
    • You cannot wear gloves to receive Holy Communion.
    • Please stand or kneel to receive Holy Communion.
  • Priests, deacons and other ministers of communion, will wear a mask for the distribution of Holy Communion.
    • Remove your mask only to receive Holy Communion.
After Mass:
  • Please leave your kneeler down for our cleaning crew.
  • When Mass is over, please do not gather in groups in the Gathering Area but continue to maintain social distancing as you exit the building.