MASS AND COMMUNION SCHEDULE
JOIN US FOR MASS
DUE TO COVID-19 Restrictions, Sunday Mass and Saturday Vigil Mass attendance is limited.
Please call Guia Gorospe (510-734-9289) for Reservation.
SUNDAY (Reservation required)
SATURDAY VIGIL (Reservation required)
Devotional Prayers at 8:30 AM
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
9:00 AM and 7:00 PM
SUNDAY - Inside the Church
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
We ask you to participate in a livestream mass, before coming for communion; not necessarily from St. Callistus, but from somewhere, anywhere. Please observe social distancing when parking.
If you are not well, or having a cold, coughing, sore throat, fever, etc. PLEASE do not come; Stay home. You don’t want to get more ill, nor do you want to make someone else ill.
You must wear a mask or face covering. Remove mask upon reaching the Priest. Receive Holy Communion in your hands only and consume it immediately.
Before driving away, please spend some time in prayer.
Because you can’t be with us in person, come join us virtually for services and Mass using Zoom.
Familiar with Zoom: join us 10-15 minutes prior to scheduled time.
First time Zoom user: join 20-30 minutes in advance prior to event's scheduled time to familiarize and work out technical issues, if any.
Once you’ve successfully joined the event, please wait until the scheduled time of the event to begin.
To prevent disruption and keep the solemnity of the event, participants will automatically be muted (there will be a slash over your microphone icon). Please also turn off your camera, so your movements will not visually distract others during the event. Click on your camera icon to put a slash over that icon.
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Prayer before Communion:
Father in heaven, you have made us for yourself; our hearts are restless until they rest in you. Fulfill this longing through Jesus, the Bread of life, so that I may witness to him who alone satisfies the hungers of the human family. By the power of your Spirit lead us to the heavenly table where we may feast on the vision of your glory forever and ever. Lord Jesus, come into my heart, bless me, my family and all people. Amen.
Prayer after Communion:
Thank you, good and gracious Jesus, for coming to me. In spirit I humbly kneel before you. And, with burning soul I pray and beseech thee to fix deep in my heart, lively sentiments of faith, hope and charity. Grant me true contrition for my sins, and a firm purpose of amendment. While I contemplate with great love and tender pity thy five most precious wounds, pondering over them within me, and calling to mind the words that David, thy prophet said of thee, my Jesus, “They have pierced my hands and feet, they have numbered all my bones”. Jesus, I love you. Help me to be always faithful to you. Amen.
INDOOR MASS - GUIDE AND INSTRUCTIONS
Reserve Your Attendance EACH week in advance for Saturday 5:30 pm and both Sunday Masses. (Reservations NOT required for Daily Masses)
To ensure that we do not exceed the 45-person seat capacity, and that no one is turned away at the entrance, each person attending Mass must call and Reserve your spot (includes devotional prayer)
Call Guia Gorospe (510-734-9289) Monday–Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm to make your reservation.
If you like to follow along with the prayers at Mass, bring your own worship aids such as Magnificat or request your own copy of the current missalette, for a small donation from the parish office. There will not be missalettes or hymnals available in the pews. If you bring your own worship aids, be sure to take them home with you.
Wear a Face Covering
Guided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), those over age 3 must wear a face covering that covers the nose and mouth. No one will be allowed to enter the church without a face covering.
Arriving at Church
Please arrive 20-30 minutes early to allow time to park and check in. Allow time to park and check in if attending devotional prayers which begin 30 minutes before Mass. Doors will be locked at start of Mass. To ensure social distancing, please be mindful of your parking.
Please promptly go to and from the church, as we must not gather before or after Mass.
Before entering the church sanitize your hands with the sanitizer provided by the parish; you must also stop for a temperature check. Those with a fever may not enter.
Inside the church
No Holy Water
Holy water fonts remain empty for safety concerns. There will be no access to the statues, cross, etc.
Directed to seats
To ensure proper social distancing, ushers will escort parishioners to their seats. Members of one household may sit together in one row. Please follow the directions of the ushers.
While seated, standing and walking, people who are not in the same household must remain 6 feet apart from each other.
There will be no presentation of the gifts. Collections will be taken as you enter the Church, not at the usual time.
The priest, Lectors and altar server (if any) will also keep 6 feet distance from each other.
Communion will be given at the proper time. An usher will call out pew by pew alternating from both sides. After receiving communion return to your seat.
For those who are watching the live streamed Mass, communion will take place after the 10:00 am Mass until noon.
Communion will be given only in the hand.
Approach the sanctuary wearing the face covering. Upon reaching the Priest (or Eucharistic Minister), remove the mask, place one hand under the other while keeping fingers together and receive the host. After consuming the host put on the mask again.
After Mass, those on the choir side will exit by the door on that side, and those on the ambo side will exit by the door there. For those sitting at the rear of the church may exit from the entrance door. There will be no socializing outside the church or inside.
Cleaning after Mass
The high touch areas of the church, including the pews will be sanitized after Mass. Restrooms will not be open for use.
Those at Risk
Those who are sick, elderly, immune-compromised or otherwise at risk for COVID-19 should not attend Mass in person.
Until further notice, Bishop Barber continues to dispense the faithful from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days.
For Holy Communion to the Sick and those at Risk or Holy Anointing, please call the parish office (510-223-1153) or call Fr. Dante at 510-325-0858 for an appointment.