Dear Parishioners and Friends,
We pray that you are well.
In light of the directives received from our Premier, restrictions have been eased by the NSW Department of Health. The below applies to places of worship:
- Wearing of a mask is no longer compulsory
- 2 square metre per person rule is to be observed
- Singing is prohibited
What does this mean for us?
It is no longer compulsory for each individual attending mass to wear a mask. However, if you wish to continue to wear a mask, feel free to do so.
We have also increased the maximum number of worshipers from 91 to 220 for all masses.
Each individual attending mass will also need to be registered using the link in the Parish Resources section below, including babies and small children. Registration for more than one mass is not allowed. Unregistered people will not be allowed in the Church. There will be no registration available on arrival.
Should there be any further changes to the restrictions, we will do our best to act swiftly and keep you informed. Please refer to our website and our Facebook page (Mary Immaculate Parish Eagle Vale).
God Bless you always!
Fr. Slawek, Fr. Casmir and the Parish Leadership Team.
Reception of Covid-19 Vaccine
In response of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine arrival into Australia, Bishop Brian Mascord has written a letter to all parishoners which discusses the benefits of receving the vaccine and respecting the decisons of individuals who chose to recieve it or not.
Also included in the letter is a statement from the Vatican regarding the ethical issues of the vaccine. Both documents are attached below or you can view the vatican statement by clicking the link found in the letter.
Bishop Brian Mascord’s Letter: Click Here
Vatican Statement: Click Here