As Blessed Sacrament Church slowly reopens for public events, please check below for protocol advisories.
The Catholic Church and the Blessed Sacrament Church community remain as vibrant as ever. Check this page often for information on staying connected with your Church and your parish.
If you or someone you know is in need during this time, please reach out to us. You can find contact information for each staff member by clicking on their photo on the homepage.
Public Masses Resume May 20, 2020
VIDEO - Fr. Vogelpohl explains what to expect when returning to Mass
VIDEO - Bishop Foys speaks on reopening churches
Diocesan Protocol and Restrictions for Resuming Public Masses
What You Need to Know Before Returning to Mass
Stay Connected with the Parish
FAQs and Announcements
Stay Connected With Liturgy
What is Spiritual Communion?
Children's Liturgy of the Word from BSC
Streaming From the Cathedral - Mass, Holy Hour, Etc.
Catholic Mass Online Information
Creating a Space for Mass at Home
Stay Connected With Prayer
In addition to the links below, you will find many Catholic prayers on our parish app.
Magnificat Online Resource Special Price
Stations of the Cross Meditation With Bishop Robert Barron
Litany of Supplication
Rosary (Gregorian Chant)
Rosary (Joyful Mysteries)
Rosary (Sorrowful Mysteries)
Rosary (Glorious Mysteries)
Rosary (Luminous Mysteries)
Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Virtual Rosary for the parish - with school and parish administrators and teachers
Stay Connected With Parish Clergy
Stay Connected With Prayer and Activities for the Family
Resources for Prayer and Engagement during Coronavirus from U.S. Bishops
A Wealth of Fun Boredom Busters, Education Connections, and More From Our School
Children's Way of the Cross Booklet
Gospel Activity Sheet for Children September 20, 2020
Stay Connected With the Universal Church
Free Downloadable Book of Pope Francis' Prayers and Homilies During the Pandemic
Decree of the Apostolic Penitentiary on the granting of special Indulgences to the faithful in the current pandemic
Bishop Robert Barron - Comments on the Pandemic