Dispensation from Sunday Mass obligation to end May 23 in Diocese of Colorado Springs
COLORADO SPRINGS. Most Rev. Michael J. Sheridan announced that the dispensation from Sunday Mass attendance for Catholics in the Diocese of Colorado Springs will be lifted effective May 23, Pentecost Sunday.
“In March of 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic, I granted a dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation for Catholics living within the Diocese of Colorado Springs. Parishes in the diocese resumed public Masses two months later, but the dispensation remained in effect due to capacity restrictions at churches and the need for social distancing. Now, since the worst of the crisis appears to be behind us, the faithful in the diocese will once again be morally obligated to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation.
As has always been the case, individuals who are unable to attend Mass due to serious illness or advanced age are dispensed from the Sunday obligation.”
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Wednesday – 7:00 AM – Limon
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