St. Bridget: Registration For Mass No Longer Required as of May 29

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FRAMINGHAM – With the Commonwealth, relaxing guidelines as of May 29, registration for Mass will go away as well at St. Bridget Church in Framingham.

As of May 29, masks are no longer required for vaccinated people in the State of Massachusetts. The State does advise that non-vaccinated people continue to wear masks. As of May 29, 2021, vaccinated people are no longer required to wear masks or socially distance, announced the Roman Catholic church today, May 21.

Every parishioner and every family will be expected to make a sound, reasonable decision about when they are ready to take off their masks and be near other people, said the church in an email to parishioners.

The dispensation from the obligation for coming to Sunday Mass has not yet been lifted, and even when it is, if a parishioner is feeling ill they should remain at home, said the church.

Registration for Masses is no longer required, said the church.

Lectors, Ushers and Eucharistic Ministers may resume their ministries at this time, announced the church

The Archdiocese of Boston released new guidelines yesterday, may 20. To read the complete guidelines, click here.

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