Latest Diocesan Updates Related to Coronavirus

Obligation to attend Mass remains lifted until Sept. 30. 

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Dispensation and Returning to Mass- Message from Bishop Gruss (Sept. 3)

Dear Friends in Christ,

May the peace of Christ be with you.

As we quickly approach fall, we enter, yet, another season which reminds us how much our lives and ministries have been impacted and changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of our students have returned to school under strict guidelines. Parishes are gearing up for the return of our young people to faith formation classes, kicking off parish programs and engaging in service and outreach projects and events, also under new guidelines. These initiatives look and will be experienced differently this year, just as our Masses are experienced differently in following our Liturgical Guidelines and Protocols for Resumption of Public Masses.

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Letter From Bishop Gruss Related to the Resumption of Masses (May 19)

Directives For Resumption of Public Masses

Liturgical Guidelines And Protocols For Resumption Of Public Masses

Bishop Gruss: We are not in this Alone

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Spiritual Communion

Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, issued the following Reflection and Prayer During Coronavirus

Pope asks Mary to Intercede Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Please know that Diocese of Saginaw has been, and will continue to, monitor news concerning the coronavirus. We are preparing for any potential impact on our parishes, schools and other ministries, and will follow any recommendations from local, state and federal officials.

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