Lord's Day Masses
Saturday Vigil 5:30 PM - Face Mask Required
Sunday 8:AM - Face Mask Required
Sunday 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM - Facemask Recommended, but not required
The 9:30am Mass is video streamed. Click HERE.
Weekday Masses Will be Held in the Church - Face Masks are Recommended
Monday thru Saturday 8:15 am
Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:00 Noon Click HERE
The Monday pm Mass at Holy Spirit has been temporarily canceled. However, there is a 6:00pm Monday Mass at St. John Vianney.
Reconciliation - Face Masks are Recommended
Wednesday 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM (Adoration and Confession)
Saturday 8:45 AM
Or, By Appointment by Calling the Parish Office 317-849-9245
Recently, both the State of Indiana and the City of Fishers have changed their public health orders. Most notably, the mandate to wear masks is now a recommendation. There have been many questions as to what this means for our parish, so I want to update you on our next step here at Holy Spirit.
Starting this April 10th, we will continue to require a mask for those attending our Saturday 5:30 PM and Sunday 8:00 AM Masses. For the other Sunday Masses, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM, masks will be recommended but not required. We will continue to livestream Masses and Holy Communion may be brought to the homes of those still unable to attend Mass in person.
As we see the number of people who return to Mass increase, we will be making other adjustment to accommodate everyone and will communicate next steps.
Regarding groups meeting on campus, we are strongly recommending continuing to wear masks when meeting indoors.
Coffee and donuts will return this weekend after the 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM Mass in the social hall.
The pandemic has been painful and difficult for many people for many different reasons. People hold a wide range of opinions, concerns and experiences. These differences at times have led to division and conflict. I continue to encourage all of us to recognize each other’s individual needs and perspectives. In a world torn apart by division, our unity will speak of our faith in Christ. Please continue to pray for all those who have suffered and struggle as a result of this pandemic and for our parish as we take steps forward.