Covid-19 Updates

As we continue to navigate the requirements to remain as safe as possible, there are several things we can all do to help!

First, please continue to check this website and the Parish Bulletin for updates, as things are always changing and doing so very quickly!

Please review the notes and video below to help our entire community adjust to the new realities of our worship and communal experiences.

Daily Mass & Confession Times

June 30, 2020 at 4:00pm
Dear Parishioners and Friends of Saint Vincent,
1. Saint Vincent Basilica will be open for Mass at the following times.  
            Saturday Evenings:  5:00 p.m.
            Sunday Mornings:  7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m.
            Daily Masses at 6:50 & 8:00 a.m.
2. Confessions:  Monday-Friday, before the 8:00 a.m. Mass in the Assembly Room (AR), Saturdays before the 8:30 a.m. Mass (AR), Saturdays 4:00-4:45 p.m. (AR) & north transept (nativity side)
3. Please follow the instructions of the ushers and hospitality ministers.  Place your mask on before entering the Basilica.  Keep it on during the Mass.
4. Seating for Mass is limited because of the “social distancing” requirements.
5. Once the main Basilica (upstairs) reaches its maximum allowable capacity, parishioners will be directed to go to the 
            Crypt where Mass will be offered at the same time.
All people remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass.  Those who feel vulnerable because of their age or health are encouraged to stay home, while those who are sick should not attend public Masses.

When Doors Open

The doors to the Basilica will be open 30 minutes before each Mass to allow for proper sanitization.

Wear a mask

Please wear a mask, covering your nose and mouth before entering the Basilica and keep it on throughout the entire Mass.

Listen to Ushers

Ushers and Hospitality Ministers are here to help you and your family navigate the seating arrangements!

Social Distance

Families are permitted to sit together. Ushers will seat families and individuals in every other pew. The Sign of Peace is limited to a wave or a nod.

Receiving the Eucharist

Follow the directions of the nearest Usher and stand on the red labels on the floor as you walk. Please help everyone by receiving the Eucharist in the hand.


The back rows will dismiss first in an orderly fashion. If we reach our allotted capacity, an additional Mass will take place in the Crypt at the same time.

Have additional questions?

(724) 539-8629