Important Information For Attending Mass

Important Information You Need To Know To Attend Mass

We are happy to announce that Saint Philip Neri Catholic Church is celebrating daily and weekend Masses in the church and via Live Streaming accessible from the website, or our Facebook page. 

Stressing the fact that the current pandemic is not yet over, we urge all those in the high-risk population to use the general dispensation granted by Bishop Robert E. Gugielmone. Please use extraordinary caution and good judgement in determining if you should attend Mass. No mortal sin is committed if you decide that you and your family should not attend.

You should NOT attend Mass at this time: If you are coughing, sneezing, or have a fever; If you have asthma, allergies or any chronic lung related disorder; If you are immunocompromised.

If you are 65 years of age or older, you are considered to be in the high-risk population and should use extraordinary caution and good judgement in determining whether you should attend Mass.

To help in making your decision on whether or not to attend Mass, we have created a COVID-19 Self Screening Checklist that you can access using the link below.

COVID-19 Self Screening Checklist

To comply with the guidelines provided by the Centers of Disease Control, the South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control, and the mandates from State government, we will be limiting the number of people in the worship space to 400.

Those who choose to attend Mass MUST abide the following Requirements For Attending Mass. 

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The Communion flow has been adjusted to adhere to social distancing protocols. Please click on the link below to review

Communion Flow