As of Feb. 6, public worship can take place inside churches and other buildings of the San Diego Catholic Diocese as long as occupancy is limited to 25 percent of the building’s capacity.
Each parish’s pastor will decide which Masses will be celebrated indoors. Other worship services may also be held indoors.
However, social gatherings are not permitted at this time, indoor or outside, nor is choral singing allowed.
Everyone attending all services must wear a mask and observe social distancing, as required by county health authorities to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Many parishes will continue to livestream Masses on a daily basis through their websites or social media, giving the faithful another option to stay connected to their faith.
Please check your parish’s website for Mass times and other details. To find your parish website, click here.
The universal dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues throughout the diocese. However, the diocese continues to offer Sunday Mass online in English and Spanish through its website, www.sdcatholic.org.
The diocese’s Catholic schools in San Diego County remain open for in-person and online instruction.