We are pleased to announce that our church has partnered with myEoffering to provide you with the convenience of making online contributions.
Online giving allows you to make contributions to our church without writing checks or worrying about cash donations.
It is a process much like online bill pay, where your contributions are withdrawn directly from your bank account, debit or credit card.
We invite you to sign up for Online Giving as it is the most efficient way to support the ministries of our church, allowing us to have a steady, predictable cash flow.
As always, we thank you for your generosity in the spirit and practice of stewardship!
Online Giving Benefits
· Confidential and secure: Privately give on a secure, web-based platform without sharing payment info with the church administration office
· Easy-to-use: Set up within minutes, ability to change or stop contributions at any time
· Flexible and efficient: Make one-time or recurring donations weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly
· Convenient: Give anywhere, at any time, on a computer, tablet or mobile device
In-Person Mass to resume June 6 & 7!
1. Magnificat – free liturgical resource with prayers, songs, and readings.
In addition to its online edition, MAGNIFICAT is now offering complimentary access to its iOS and Android Apps throughout May. To register for free access in English, visit www.magnificat.com/free.
We are also happy to make available complimentary access to MagnifiKid. Visit www.magnifikid.com/free to view and download each weekly booklet of our colorful Sunday missalette for children ages 6 through 12. While so many children are missing formal religious instruction and are unable to attend Mass, MagnifiKid! can be their special guide, accompanying them through each week as they prepare to attend Mass or watch it at home.
2. IBreviary – free Liturgy of the Hours resources for every hour.
The web page offers a printable prayer PDF for the current hour every day. Access it HERE.
When we are prevented from receiving the Eucharist at Mass, the Church encourages us to make an act of “spiritual communion,” where we unite ourselves to God through prayer. It is a beautiful way to express to God our desire to be united with him when we are unable to complete that union in the reception of Holy Communion.
Bishop Gainer Grants Dispensation for Sunday Mass Obligation
March 12, 2020
Today and effective immediately until further notice, Bishop Ronald W. Gainer, in union with the Bishops of Pennsylvania, has dispensed the faithful of the Diocese of Harrisburg from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. Despite the suspension of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass, all regularly scheduled masses will remain open to the public for those who wish to attend. Bishop Gainer made this move out of great concern for the health and well-being of the faithful, their families, our clergy and parish staff, given the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Those still wishing to attend Mass are welcome, but are asked to be careful in their contact with others. The Diocese advises those who are currently ill, the elderly and those with a compromised immune system to remain at home.
In addition to the dispensation, the Diocese has also requested that all parishes suspend the sign of peace; suspend the use of holy water fonts; suspend the distribution of the Precious Blood by way of the Chalice; take great care when separating the Holy Eucharist into separate vessels by pouring the hosts from one vessel to another; frequently wash hands, especially for our Priests, Deacons and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion; and regularly wash and disinfect doorknobs, pews and other places of high contact.
Additionally, at this time, the preferred method of reception of Holy Communion is “in the hand.” This is not a theological but rather a practical recommendation. However, no one is forbidden from receiving Holy Communion on the tongue.
Please visit the Diocesan website, www.hbgdiocese.org, for a listing of Diocesan event cancelations and postponements, as well as additional COVID-19 prevention measures and recommendations from the Diocese.
WATCH MASS LIVE
Holy Name of Jesus Church will live
stream Mass on our Facebook Page
Sunday at 10:15 a.m.
Other Parishes within the Diocese of
Harrisburg live streaming Mass:
- St. Patrick Cathedral, Harrisburg – Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass and weekday 12:00 noon Masses are live streamed to the Diocesan YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/hbgdiocese)
- Good Shepherd Church, Camp Hill - Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass and weekday 8:30 a.m. Masses are live streamed to their Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/goodshepcamphill)
- Prince of Peace Church, Steelton - Sunday 10:30 a.m. Mass is live streamed to their website (www.popsteelton.org/live-streaming-of-mass)
St. James Church, Lititz - All weekend Masses (Saturday 5:00 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.) and daily Masses (9:00 a.m.) are live streamed to their website (www.stjameslititz.org/liturgy)
St. Joan of Arc Church, Hershey - Sunday 9:30 a.m. Mass and weekday 9:00 a.m. Masses are live streamed to their Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/stjoanhershey)
St. Joseph Church, Mechanicsburg - All weeekend Masses (Saturday 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 8:00 a.m., 9:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.) are live streamed to their Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/stjosephmechanicsburg)
For more listings, please visit www.hbgdiocese.org/coronavirus/#parishes-live-streaming-mass