Lord's Day Masses
Saturday Vigil 5:30 PM (Masks worn on south side of church) See more information below in Precautions at Sunday Mass
Sunday 8:AM (Masks worn on the south side of church) See more information below in Precautions at Sunday Mass
Sunday 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM
The 9:30am Mass is video streamed. Click HERE.
Weekday Masses Will be Held in the Church
Monday thru Saturday 8:15 am
Tuesday and Wednesday at 12:00 Noon
The Monday pm Mass at Holy Spirit has been temporarily canceled. However, there is a 6:00pm Monday Mass at St. John Vianney.
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
Update on Precautions at Sunday Mass
Our 5:30 PM Saturday Mass and 8:00 AM Sunday Mass will have a section that will retain the social distancing of every other pew and the wearing of masks will be required in that section. This will be in the south half of the Church (side of ambo). The rest of the church will have seating in every pew and masks as optional. We will assess this each week and adjust the space as needed.
The Sunday 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM and 5:00 PM Masses will have congregational singing and the congregation will be invited to offer a sign of peace – we ask that you please refrain from physical contact outside your household.
The parts of the Mass (Gloria, Holy Holy, Lamb of God, etc.) will be sung at all Masses and members of the congregation may choose to participate by singing or speaking.
A Note Regarding Dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation
Since attending Mass is the source and summit of our faith life and receiving Christ in the Eucharist our greatest gift, the Bishops of Indiana have announced today that effective June 11, the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of obligation is lifted. Most will be expected to attend Mass in-person on the weekend of June 12 and 13. The exceptions are:
- Those who are seriously ill, exhibit flu-like symptoms and/or may have a contagious disease (including quarantine due to exposure).
- Those who are unable to attend Mass through no fault of their own (e.g. transportation issue).
- Those who are homebound and/or incapacitated due to age, infirmity and/or medical restrictions.
- Those who have compromised health conditions and/or at high risk of contracting the virus.
- Those who are caretakers of persons who are sick or of persons at high-risk of serious illness if they contract Covid-19.
The Bishops note that this is joyful obligation, reflecting the very character of who we are as Catholics.
We will continue to make adjustments as we receive additional information and directives from the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana.
Please continue to pray for an end to the pandemic and for all those whose lives continue to be impacted by it. Thank you.
Coffee and donuts have returned after the 8:00 AM and 9:30 AM Mass in the social hall.