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Welcome to St. Bernard's!

Saturday – 4 PM & Sunday 11 AM Masses will resume this weekend – 
October 24 / 25
Since timeframe did not allow for all to call in and register, 
seating will be available on a first come first 
serve basis for this weekend only.
Name and phone number will be taken at the door.
Masks must be worn at all times in and outside the church.



In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, many are seeking alternative methods to pursue their devotions.  More details are available on the diocesan web site at http://www.diomoncton.ca/en/news-item/mass-on-tv- including free offers for electronic versions of Living With Christ and other resources.
  
Also, you may quickly find a number of resources for daily readings, meditations and prayers at http://www.diomoncton.ca/en/readings
 
This information is offered to help you respond more easily to the questions you may hear in these uncertain times.  We continue to pray that these exceptional circumstances may be resolved quickly and help us grow in spite of the difficulties. 


IN THE EVENT OF  A STORM OR INCLEMENT WEATHER 

CANCELLATIONS WILL BE NOTED HERE ON ST. BERNARD'S WEBSITE 

OR BY CALLING OUR PHONE LINE @ 857-0425.
  



Please note that you must register each week to attend Mass.
St. Bernard's Mass times are:
Friday @ 9:30 AM, Saturday @ 4 PM, & Sunday @ 11 AM

To register for  Mass:
Call the parish office @ 857-0425 each week
Friday Mass- register no later than 12 noon the Thursday before
Saturday / Sunday Masses - register no later than 4 PM Thursday
Inform us how many person(s) will attend, leave name(s) of attendees, &  a contact phone number
Indicate preference of  Friday, Saturday and / or Sunday Mass
You will then be registered. 
You will not receive a phone call confirming that you are registered.
Only those who we do not have room for, based on social distancing guidelines, will be notified.
Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to Mass
to allow for sanitizing, check in process and ushered seating.
 Persons 70 years of age or older, or who have medical or at-risk conditions, should carefully assess the risk when making the decision to attend Mass.
The dispensation (permission to be exempted from the laws or observances of the Church) of the Sunday precept ("You shall attend Mass on Sundays...# 2042 - Catechism of the Catholic Church) is extended for those who cannot go to church, inviting them to read the Word of God and pray in their homes and participate in the celebrations of the Mass Via the media (TV, radio, the internet).
Changes at Mass:
The elevator is available.  A mask must be worn both when entering the foyer to the elevator and in the elevator.  Covid guidelines / restrictions will be posted on the outer doors of the elevator.  These guidelines must be followed.
Social distancing of 6 feet is still essential (inside and outside of the church)
Entrance & exit doors - only the main doors on Botsford St. will be used
Registered attendance will be checked upon entrance.
Sanitizing - you will be given a squirt of sanitizer when you enter the church
You will be ushered to your reserved seat
No procession at the beginning or end of Mass
No singing allowed by the congregation.  No song books in the pews.
Holy water fonts - will remain empty.
Parish contributions - Donation basket will be placed at the entrance of the church.
Sign of peace - No handshaking.  Extend sign of peace with a smile or nod.
Communion - the individual dialogue of Communion (the Body of Christ.  Amen) will be done collectively after the response "Lord I Am not worthy...", followed by distribution of Communion in SILENCE.
Communion procession & exiting the church after Mass - please stay in your pews until a usher guides to process for communion or exiting the church.
Always maintain 6 feet social distancing.  Thank you for your patience and cooperation. 


With 1,150 families in our parish, St. Bernard's is a strong and vibrant Christian community with roots dating back 125 years in Moncton.
 
We are a welcoming congregation of brothers and sisters who gather for communal worship.
 
We have developed this website to reach out to our parishioners, potential parishioners, visitors to our area and anyone else who may want more information on our liturgies and other activities.
 

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