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Come Home to In-Person Mass

We’ve missed you and welcome you back into our parishes.

We recognize Jesus at Mass and Holy Communion. We enter again the eternal, infinite mystery of His death on the cross and resurrection from the dead. Every Sunday Mass is a renewal of the Last Supper, Good Friday, and Easter. It’s time to get back to Sunday Mass!

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

His Eminence Cardinal Dolan continues to remind us why it is important to attend Mass.

If you are looking for a parish, use our Parish Finder to locate one near you. There are nearly 300 parishes included for you to consider. Please go to the individual parish page to determine times and any other details pertinent to that location.

The faithful are attending Mass and writing about their reasons for returning. Read more in the Why I’m Going Back to Mass blog series.

In addition, meet a few of the many Catholics who have returned to in-person Mass in the Archdiocese of New York. They’ll share why they are happy to be back and why they think all Catholics who can should join them in our Homecoming feature in the latest issue of Archways: https://archwaysmag.org/homecoming

Finally, if you need support during this time, visit https://catholiccharitiesny.org/find-help

Other updates:

June 25, 2021: Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions for Religious Services and Activities

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Reconocemos a Jesús en la Misa y en la Santa Comunión. Entramos nuevamente en el misterio eterno e infinito de su muerte en la cruz y su resurrección de entre los muertos. Cada Misa dominical es una renovación de la Última Cena, del Viernes Santo y de la Pascua. ¡Es hora de que retomemos la Misa dominical!

Cardenal Timothy M. Dolan

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