The Church of Jesus Saviour is a Roman Catholic Parish founded to serve the Portuguese Community and we welcome all spiritual Catholics of every ethnic background. We believe in the dignity of human life and center our faith on the Sacraments and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.  We serve our Lord Jesus Christ by adhering to the gospels, through evangelization, and utilize the time, talent and treasure of our members as the corner stone of our many parish ministries.

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Come Holy Spirit Come

On the vigil & day of Pentecost we will be allowed in Church for the first time in over two months.  We all know our world, our church, our community, and our Parish has been changed.  Extreme emotions have been felt. Let us cautiously be aware of our needs to pray and to be aware of our health and safety for everyone.  Here are some guidelines to follow in Church:

1) Everyone needs to wear a mask! If you do not have one, a mask will be given to you to keep.

2) Social distancing is a must. Please keep 6 feet apart unless you are a family unit.

3) The Church will be cleaned after every Mass.

4) No bathrooms are to be used!

5) Hand sanitizer is at the doors of the Church.

6) We are not sure if Holy Communion will be distributed.

7) Please follow directions(arrows) to move about the Church.

8) There will be no missalettes used in Church.

9) Collection baskets will be at the doors of the Church for you to put your budget envelopes in. They will not be passed during Mass.

10) More information is to come soon!

God Blessings to you all!

Fr. Frank

 

Guidelines from the Bishop

Returning to Mass in time of COVID-19

1) Catholics will continue to be dispensed from Sunday Mass and Holy Day Masses.

2) Access to Mass will be limited.

3) Hand hygiene and masks are key.

4) Pews will be sectioned off.

5) Singing will be limited.

6) Parishioners will receive Holy Communion in a safe manner. Receiving Holy Communion by the hand only is allowed.

7) The church will be sanitized after every Mass.

8) Budget envelopes will be submitted prior to Mass or as you leave.

9) Avoid personal contact with anyone.

10) Those who are sick must stay home!

Spiritual Communion Prayer

"My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar. I love you above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.  Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentaly, come at least spiritually into my heart...I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.  Never permit me to be separated from You." Pope Francis

Mass Update

Church is open for Mass on Saturday at 4pm and Sunday at 9am. Fr. Frank will still live stream Mass on Facebook at the 4pm Mass on Saturday through the month of June.  Daily Mass is also being held on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 8am.

Rectory Office

The Rectory Office will be open to receive visitors from 9am-12pm on Monday thru Friday.  The office will be open from 8am-3pm to take calls.

Holy Ghost Feast Update

Due to the Covid-19 virus, the Holy Ghost Feast has been cancelled for this year.  Please do not mail in your Pensao envelopes - they will not be delivered this year.

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Office Hours

Monday thru Friday, 8am-3pm

Mass Times

Daily Mass: M, W-SA 8am
Saturday: 4pm
Sunday: 9am (English & Portuguese)

Confessions: Saturdays 3-3:30pm

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St. Vincent de Paul Society

The St. Vincent de Paul Society helps those in need. They help with rental payments, utility bills and food.  If you need assistance, and you live in Newport County, please call them at 401-236-2453.  Please leave a message and they will contact you.

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