For Forgiveness

Friday, May 22nd:

6:30 – 7:00 PM @ St. Paul’s east parking lot

Saturday, May 23rd:

Noon – 12:30 PM @ St. Paul’s east parking lot
6:30 – 7:00 PM @ St. John’s west-most parking lot


Fr. Feltes will be hearing Confessions from inside of his car with his window closed.

Car-to-Car (if you come alone):
Drive up alongside Father, roll down your window, and turn off your engine to confess.

Walk-up (if you come with others):
Park some distance away and take turns sitting in the chair beside Father’s window to confess.

Please share these Confession times with others.

2 Responses to “For Forgiveness”

  1. Jane Says:

    How is it that some get the sacraments and some are forced to wait?
    The taverns are open, the churches are not. My non-catholic co-worker pointed out that hell must have froze over because the Catholics can’t go to mass.
    Food for thought?

    • Fr. Victor Feltes Says:

      There have been about 90,000 U.S. deaths from the contagious Wuhan Coronavirus in the past two months but relatively few thus far in our area. Perhaps churches are being excessively cautious, or maybe taverns are being recklessly negligent. These are not easy calls. Our bishop, who cares deeply for the well-being of the whole persons Jesus has entrusted to his care, has announced safety guidelines for resuming public Sunday Masses as early as May 30-31. See more details here.

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