Monthly Archives: Jun 2020

Registration for Masses with Eventbrite

Masses Continue at St. Aloysius

The dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday mass remains in place. As COVID numbers continue to rapidly rise, for the safety of one another, we ask that you remain at home if you are feeling unwell for any reason.
Capacity for masses is limited to 125 individuals. 
Sunday Mass Times:
+ 8:30 am
+ 9:45 am
+ 11:00 am
Signing up for Sunday Mass is required.  Following the instructions of the Bishop, we will keep a 30-day record of mass attendees to notify you if an attendee tests positive for COVID-19.  You can sign up to attend one of this Sunday’s masses via Eventbrite.
If you are unable to sign up using EventBrite, please call Solveig at the parish office at 
509-313-7020 on Thursdays & Fridays from 9am-12noon.

Eventbrite - Sunday Mass

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Novena to St. Aloysius

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Join us this Saturday as we start the Novena to St. Aloysius Gonzaga, the Patron Saint of Plague Victims.  The Novena is offered in a virtual format, with a video released every day, June 13th-21st, at 9am.   Subscribe on Youtube, or follow us on Facebook for updates!

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St. Aloysius of Gonzaga Novena Prayer

St. Aloysius Gonzaga, patron of youth

and of pandemic victims, come to our aid.

While risking your own life,

you took care of the poor, the sick, and the dying.

You know our insecurity, anxiety, and despair.

Help us protect and support one another now.

Through your intercession,

may God transform our fear into hope.

We ask you to pray to God for us

that we might receive the favors we ask for in this novena

(here mention your prayer intentions).

Concluding Prayer

Most Merciful and Triune God,

We come to you in our weakness.

We come to you in our fear.
We come to you with trust.
For you alone are our hope.

We place before you the disease present in our world.

We turn to you in our time of need.

Bring wisdom to doctors.
Give understanding to scientists.
Endow caregivers with compassion and generosity.

Bring healing to those who are ill.
Protect those who are most at risk.
Give comfort to those who have lost a loved one.

Welcome those who have died into your Eternal Home.

Stabilize our communities.
Unite us in our compassion.

Remove all fear from our hearts.
Fill us with confidence in Your care.

Heal us in body, mind, and spirit.

We ask these favors through the intercession of St. Aloysius Gonzaga,

for the good of all God’s people

through Jesus Christ our Lord.




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Daily Mass is Cancelled

Due to the complexity of resuming Masses at St. Aloysius during this time of the staged reopening in the state of Washington we are delaying our original announcement that they would resume Wednesday June 3.

Daily Masses will continue to be live streamed only for the time being. We will continue to prepare for daily Masses to resume in a manner that protects the health of as many as we can. When we are ready to resume daily Masses, we will give notice. We will first keep our focus on the weekend Masses which we were so glad to do and thought went well.

June 1, 2020 – Fr. Tom Lamanna, SJ

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