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Update on What Is Open and What Is Closed at Holy Rosary-St. John and the St. John Community Center

March 14, 2020

We wanted to provide a quick update on what is open and what is closed at Holy Rosary-St. John Church and the St. John Community Center…

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For now, Mass will continue on Sundays at 9:30 am.

However, the following was sent out by Bishop Brennan:

“The bishops of Ohio met yesterday by telephone and together we are granting a dispensation to all Catholics in Ohio for the next three Sundays (3/15, 3/22, 3/29). To the best of our ability, parish pastors and administrators will do their best to maintain current Mass schedules, but this is predicated on the availability of our priests – particularly those whose health may become compromised – so it may become necessary to change Mass schedules in our parishes.”

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Organizations/Programs in the St. John Community Center

Community Kitchen, Inc.:

Beginning Monday, March 16th, daily carry-out meals will be available to ALL at the building doors between 10 am and 11 am. Please note that only one meal will be available each day.

St. John Food Pantry:

The St. John Food Pantry will be open this week as walk/drive through only. No clients will be allowed in the building. St. John Food Pantry will be closed after March 19 until further notice.

St. John Learning Center:

The St. John Learning Center will be closed until further notice. All classes are postponed for now. Please check the main St. John Learning Center website at stjohnlearning.wordpress.com for future updates.

Order of Malta Center of Care:

Order of Malta Center of Care will be closed through the end of the month. However the next two Thursdays, someone will be outside the St. John Community Center on Thursdays from 10 am to 11 am handing out free toiletries, hand sanitizer, other items and information. It will also be possible to have your temperature taken. They may re-open on April 2nd.

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Let us keep everyone in prayer as we continue to move forward to address this public health emergency.

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