“Aware that the opportunity to participate in Sunday Mass is increasingly available and increasingly safe for out Catholic people, [the Diocese of Manchester] is joining dioceses in the Boston Province, (Boston, [Burlington], Fall River, Springfield, Manchester, Portland, [and Worcester]) in lifting the dispensation of the Sunday and Holy Day Mass obligation, effective the weekend of June 19 and 20, 2021.”
To read Bishop Libasci’s full Letter to the Faithful dated June 8, 2021, please click on the following link: Bishop Libasci’s June 8, 2021 Letter to the Faithful
By mandate of the Bishop of Manchester on June 6, all restrictions and procedures put in place during the pandemic are no longer in effect.
The choice to wear or to not wear a mask is left up to individuals and their discretion. Those persons who have not been vaccinated should be especially mindful of their own safety and the safety of others, especially those vulnerable to communicable disease.
A hand sanitizer station will remain at the main entrances of the church doors for the time being for parishioners’ convenience.
Anyone who have been recently exposed to COVID 19 or any other communicable disease should not attend public services of any kind. Those sick should remain at home until such time as they are healthy.
To read the Bishop Libasci’s June 6, 2021 Letter to the Faithful, please click on the following link: Bishop Libasci’s June 6, 2021 Letter to the Faithful
Masses are celebrated according to our regular Parish schedule.
Saturday at 4:00 PM in Plaistow
Sunday at 8:00 AM in Plaistow
Sunday at 10:00 AM in Plaistow
Monday at 8:00 AM in Plaistow
Tuesday at 8:00 AM in Plaistow
Wednesday at 6:30 PM in Plaistow
Thursday at 8:00 AM in Plaistow
Please call the Parish Office at 603.382.8324 for further information or visit our website www.stlukenh.org for updates.
If you plan to be away but want to attend Mass, the following link will provide you with the names of churches and Mass times in the area you will be in: Mass Times Near Me