Come Back to Eucharist
General Obligation re-instated on March 14, 2021 In his recent notice on the upcoming expiration of General Dispensation, Archbishop Alan Vigneron shares the following reflections on the importance of Eucharist. Active participation in Mass is an occasion for all of Come Back to Eucharist
Regarding the Dispensation from the Obligation to Attend Mass
The Archdiocese of Detroit has issued an update on the Dispensation. Please read this letter from Archbishop Allen Vigneron: Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,During these difficult months during the pandemic, I have granted a general dispensation from the grave Regarding the Dispensation from the Obligation to Attend Mass
Dispensation from Mass extended until Monday, November 23
from the Archdiocese of Detroit:The Communications Department shares the following message from Father Stephen Pullis, Director of the Department of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship and member of the liturgical team advising Archbishop Vigneron during the coronavirus pandemic: In light of Dispensation from Mass extended until Monday, November 23
Offertory Since Masses Were Suspended
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Why aren’t we singing at Mass?
Our recent return to public Mass, although strongly desired and greatly anticipated has left many of us strangely disappointed. Although we are completely grateful to receive Jesus in the Eucharist after an extended fast, the nature of the celebration is Why aren’t we singing at Mass?