Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated weekly on Sunday mornings at 11:15 am in the lower church of Annunciation. (entrance is located on the lower right side of the Church) Intentions are being taken for this Mass Please visit the Annunciation rectory during the office hours to make arrangements. Parish Confession time is on Saturdays at 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (confessionals are located in lower church). Confessions are also heard upon request.
AT THE DIRECTION OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK TIMOTHY CARDINAL DOLAN, ALL PUBLIC MASSES AND SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) OUTBREAK. HOLY WEEK AND EASTER MASSES AND SERVICES HAVE ALSO BEEN CANCELLED. PLEASE STAY TUNED TO (www.archny.org) FOR UPDATES. PLEASE ALSO BE AWARE THE PARISH OFFICE IS ALSO CLOSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES.
Coronavirus Suspension Updates:
*Masses and Devotions are livestreamed on https://venue.streamspot.com/bbcbe56c.
*All Holy Week and Easter Masses/serivces will be livestreamed, no congregants will be permitted in the Church while these are being celebrated.
(Please check www.annunciation-fatima.com for full live stream schedule and schedule for Easter and Holy Week)
*Masses that are livestreamed are all Novus Ordo. The TLM is not being livestreamed or celebrated at this time.
*All scheduled Mass intentions will be prayed for in private Masses.
* Reguarly Scheduled Confessions are suspended, however Confessions will continue to be heard upon request.
* Upper Church remains open for private prayer for the time being from 11 AM-5 PM daily (please stay tuned for updates as this may change depending on future directives from the Archdiocese) However, while Mass and other devotions are being celebrated the Church will be locked and closed to all congregants as per diocesan directives.
(Please remember to adhere to Social Distancing guidelines while in the church for private prayer. Please keep in mind as well that the CDC has strongly recommended that citizens wear some sort of mask when going out in order to help contain the spread of infection.)
As you are aware, Palms were unable to be distributed on Palm Sunday due to guidance from health officials and the Archdiocese, that they could lead to a further spread of the virus. These Palms will be distributed at a later date when Public celebrations resume.