Prayer of St. Cyprian

Almighty God, we are reminded through your servant St. Cyprian, of your Spirit always within us and Your continued presence in us, and of our oneness with You and the Church. May we always grow together and profess You in Faith, Unity, and Hope. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we ask this through Christ our Lord

St. Cyprian Catholic Church Revival

Reverend Maurice J. Nutt, C.Ss.R., D. Min.

May 16, 17, and 18 at 7:00 pm

Please bring your Bible!

From the Pastor’s Desk

May Jesus Christ, whose love opened for us the way to eternal life, be with you!

According to the C.D.C., we are slowly coming out of the Covid-19 pandemic. Although Covid-19 will always be around, people can now move forward with their lives. Getting the vaccine and booster, will keep Covid-19 under control, and now that we can move around easily, I continue to encourage ALL our parishioners to come back to Church. Being at Mass not only helps one reunite with our Church family, but we get the opportunity to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion. What a great reason to return to Church. In addition, myself, and the other priests, really look forward to seeing everyone on Sundays.

Last week, we began the month of May with the celebration of Mother’s Day. This weekend the Archdiocese will celebrate the ordination of several seminarians to deaconate. Next weekend will be the ordination of men to the Priesthood. Please pray for these men as they begin their public ministry to the Church and the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Pray also for more men and women to accepting this vocation as priests and religious sisters. We really need them.

May we continue to pray for the people in Ukraine. This senseless act of attacks on the country and its’ people has become evil and inhumane. Like us in the US, the people in Ukraine should be allowed to live in peace and harmony. Let us also keep our city in prayer as the summer months approach. We pray our people live in peace and safety as well.

On this Fifth Sunday of Easter, we hear Jesus’ command to love one another. He said: “Love one another as I have loved you.” This can be challenging at times, but Christ still commands it. The only failure in the life of a Christian is the failure to love. Let us ask Christ for strength and courage to follow and live this command.

Peace and Blessings
Msgr. Britto

View YouTube video of Deacon Richard Nightingale’s Funeral Service here

View YouTube video of Deacon Richard Nightingale’s final homily here

Coming To Mass, Please Remember:

  1. Wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water.

  2. Wear your mask in church except children 2years old and younger

  3. Do not attend Mass if you are high risk to contract COVID19

  4. Do not attend Mass if you are sick

  5. Use the center doors when entering church.

  6. Please sanitize your hands when you enter church

  7. Missals and hymnals will no longer be in the pews.

  8. Please follow directions on signs when taking your seat.

  9. Members of the same household may sit together.

  10. Sit 6 ft apart if not in the same household

  11. No Sign of Peace at this time

  12. No Precious Blood at this time

  13. Do not hold hands during the “Our Father”

  14. Receive Holy Communion by hand remove your mask before receiving Holy Communion

  15. Do not congregate after Mass, please go directly to your car.

  16. Please leave your mask on as you exit church

We will continue to follow the guidelines from the CDC. The church will be sanitized between each mass and deep cleaned during the week preparing for Sunday Mass.