Masses have resumed, but with limited capacity, so we are using a reservation system for Mass right now. For information about Mass times and how to reserve a spot, sign up at stjospsj.flocknote.com. Every Monday and email will go out allowing people to make a reservation for the coming weekend.
Update: More Information from Fr, Chris Winkeljohn, June 14, 2020
Adoro te devote...Devoutly I adore you
This Sunday is the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, more commonly called Corpus Christi.
Like on Holy Thursday a couple of months ago, we celebrate the gift of Jesus in the Eucharist. But while Holy Thursday is part of something bigger that's going on--Good Friday and Easter--on Corpus Christi we get to linger on this great gift, without any need to move on to something else.
If you're able to, stop by the church during the day and make a visit to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
If you didn't get a reservation for Mass this weekend, you can watch it online or prayerfully read the readings for Mass on your own. Magnificat no longer has those handy Liturgy of the Word guides, so I am including a link to where you can find the readings for Mass this Sunday.
Corpus Christi Sunday Readings
And a few of the online Masses have been discontinued, since people are now able to make it to Mass in person. But there are still a few places to watch Mass.