Synod 58,000 Cups of Coffee

58,000 Cups of Coffee

As part of the Diocesan Synod process, we are inviting everyone to share a cup of coffee with three people you know and ask them these questions, “Based on your personal experience, what fills your heart and breaks your heart about the Catholic Church?”  For more information and to share your conversations with the Diocese, please visit

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Covid-19 Restrictions move from Step 2 to Step 3

The policy is effective starting Pentecost weekend, May 22-23, 2021
The Diocese of Davenport is following the recently issued CDC guidelines which are as follows. 
Those who have been fully vaccinated against the Coronavirus may choose to remove their face masks/coverings in both indoor and outdoor social settings.  Those who have not yet been fully vaccinated should continue to wear face masks/coverings and practice social distancing.  We will have sections of pews available for those who wish to social distance as well as pews available for those who do not wish to practice social distancing.  St. Mary’s Parish respects your privacy and we will not ask you of your vaccination status. If, for some reason, this information is needed, we will keep it strictly confidential.  
Mass will continue to be livestreamed and available via 98.5 in a 1 block radius of the church with Communion in the courtyard until further notice. The dispensation for Sunday Mass remains in place until further notice.
COVID-19 Reopening Policy Step 3 – Diocese of Davenport revised 05 19 20…



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