Following the guidance of the State ofNew York and recommendation from the CDC, Bishop DiMarzio has issued the following guidelines:
- Our Churches may open to full 100% capacity. There is no longer any need to rope off a pew between the occupied rows. Social distancing is still required for those who are not vaccinated. Unvaccinated parishioners should distance themselves from others who are not members of the same household.
- Hand hygiene is still required and disinfectant use should be encouraged.
- For those who are not vaccinated, masks are still mandatory in Church. However, everyone is encouraged to wear masks while in Church.
News and Updates
The Women’s Guild Invites all Women to the following lecture The Call of Christ Understanding Discipleship in Our Time The challenges of our time are daunting. Listening to and saying yes to Christ...
Come Celebrate the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians - Sunday, May 22. Click for more information!
OLHC and STA - July 17th at 2PM - Cyclones VS Grasshoppers
You're invited to join the St. Thomas Aquinas and Our Lady Help of Christians Youth Group!
Click to view our food pantry needs!
Saint Thomas Aquinas and Our Lady Help of Christian Parishes offer several opportunities for us to stay connected during the pandemic.
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The Rectory Office will be opened Monday through Thursday from 9 am until 3 pm to conduct business by phone or email. If you need to come to the rectory, please wear a mask and there will be limited...
Welcome to the new website of the Catholic Community of Our Lady Help of Christians situated in Midwood, Brooklyn, New York, in the Diocese of Brooklyn. We are an energetic parish made up of many people and committed to many activities designed to help people grow in faith and experience the presence and goodness of our God. We trust that this site will help you to become familiar with who we are and how you can share in all that Our Lady Help of Christians has to offer. We look forward to meeting you and sharing with you the many gifts that God has blessed us with. Welcome and may our Blessed Mother Mary continue to guide us all to her son, Jesus Christ.