Mass will restart from October 17. Each mass is limited to 50 people. English mass will be first come, first serve basis. Reservations are required for the 11 h mass in Japanese. Reservations are not necessary for the Japanese Mass (7 h), the English Mass (9 h and 13 h), and the Spanish Mass. Priests … Continued
From Cardinal Maeda, Archbishop of Osaka. ＋ The peace of the Lord: The road to the end of the Coronavirus infection is still halfway there. We thank the medical staff for their dedication and daily effort, and we pray for the speedy recovery of those who are forced to care for themselves at home due … Continued
From Cardinal Maeda, Archbishop of Osaka. ＋ The Peace of the Lord be with you, The spread of the new coronavirus infection continues across the country and the rate of hospital bed utilization is also increasing. With the August 17 announcement, the government extended the previously issued “State of Emergency” to Osaka Prefecture until September … Continued
+Peace of the Lord The Tokyo Olympic Games have started and the Japanese athletes are performing remarkably well every day in the heated competition, but at the same time, the New Coronavirus infection continues to spread unexpectedly. In accordance with this, the Osaka Diocese will take the following measures from August 2 to 31, 2021. … Continued
Public celebration of masses will resume starting Sunday August 1st. However, this may be subjected to change depending on the CoViD-19 situation. Reservation is needed to attend the 11 am Japanese mass. (A person may reserve up to twice a month.) Seating capacity is fifty (50) persons. Only the first fifty (50) persons will be … Continued
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