Let America Love its Stars and Stripes! But let us also realize that America will conquer by other stars and other stripes than those on our flag, namely, by Whose stars we are healed. We pray, too, that His Mother, who stood at the foot of the Cross, may intercede to her Divine Son, that our world may receive Him before it lies in ruins. "If God is with us, who can be against us?"
Sunday Mass have resumed at regular schedule.
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WELCOME NEW PARISHIONERS!
We extend a warm welcome and hope that you will find Blessed Sacrament a place where you can pray and worship our Lord.
Our church is a friendly and devoted community where your faith will be nourished and we will always be here when you need us the most. If you are new to the community or if you are only visiting, please come and join us in worship to our Lord Jesus Christ. We invite you and your family to become part of our family parish and we pray that we can be a support for all of you. Become a member by registering at our office and discover all that Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church has to offer you!
PARISH REOPENING UPDATES!
May 30 & 31
We will rejoice again! As of May 30th, our parish will open the doors to welcome parishioners back to celebrate the Sunday Masses. Appropriate social distancing will be required. Its mandatory for all parishioners to wear a face mask at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church Tampa. People may be denied entrance upon arrival or asked to leave the church if the numbers become greater than social distancing requirements allow.
Daily Mass will continue to be celebrated at 8:30 am (Wednesdays at 7pm) and will be open to parishioners.
Our church will be open to allow people to come in to pray Monday – Sunday from 7 am – 12 pm and 3 pm -4 pm. Appropriate social distancing is required.
We are following all the directions and recommendations from the Diocese of St. Petersburg as well as the CDC. More detailed instructions and information will be shared in the coming days.
You remain in our prayers, and we will see you soon!
Message from the Diocese
Protect yourself and others
We are called to be good stewards of our health and to take practical steps to avoid spreading illness. Therefore, restrictions will be in place since we are still in the midst of a pandemic. As a country there is still risk of coming into contact with coronavirus, individuals and families should take personal responsibility to protect themselves by using a face mask, keeping distance from each other, and hand sanitizing.
Please know that all Catholics remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice. Therefore, if you are at greater risk due to age, illness, or other health conditions, please do not come to Mass, stay home. For those who are able to attend Mass, please wear your own mask over your mouth and nose.
Let us show charity, patience and kindness as processes and plans are developed.
May God bless and protect you and your loved ones!
With the new protocols, marks on the seating areas inside the church where each individual is able to sit and stand. Thank you for understanding these new guidelines.
Attend Daily Liturgy Mass. It has preceded to the normal scheduled hours.
Join us! We are waiting for you with open arms.
Sunday Mass will continue to be streamed on Facebook.
Visit our page to watch the last Sunday mass!
Joyfully Present for Mass
As we gather again to be joyfully present for the celebration of Mass, each of us is asked to do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
An Act of Spiritual Communion
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Un acto de Comunión Espiritual
Yo creo que tu
están presentes en el Santísimo Sacramento.
Te amo sobre todas las cosas
y deseo recibirte en mi alma.
Como en este momento no puedo recibirte sacramentalmente,
entra al menos espiritualmente en mi corazón.
Te abrazo como si ya estuvieras allí
y unirme totalmente a ti.
Nunca permitas que me separe de ti.
MASS TIMES & OFFICE HOURS
Please join us! We are currently having Daily Liturgy Masses at regular scheduled hours. For Weekday Masses join us online through our Facebook page.
Parish Office Hours
Sunday 7:45am (Spanish)
Monday,Tuesday, Thursday, Friday,& Saturday 8:30am
If you are in need of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, please call the office to make arrangements.