MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital and Baltimore City Health Department are partnering with The Weinberg Y in Waverly (located at the old Memorial Stadium site, 900 E. 33rd Street, Baltimore, MD 21218) to provide a COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Thursday, May 6th from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The vaccine administered will be Moderna. If you are interested in being scheduled for an appointment, please click on the link below to register online. The interest form collects basic information to pre-register you for clinic and allows you to select a preferred time for vaccine appointment. Someone will contact you prior to the clinic date to confirm your exact appointment time. Based on vaccine allocation, space is limited. Signing up does not guarantee appointment

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ss and Liturgy Service Schedules

In-person Masses have started again with the understanding that the schedule may change depending on conditions, e.g., another increase in COVID-19 cases, an exposure at church, etc.

As before, everyone will be required to wear a facial covering or mask. Seating will involve physical distancing – families may sit together but, otherwise, we will be following the 6 ft. rule. There will be no holding of hands during the recitation of the Lord’s Prayer; no physical contact during the Sign of Peace. We will not receive Precious Blood during Communion. .


The Archbishop has decided to lift the dispensation from attending Mass in person effective the weekend of June 26/27, 2021.
The status of our live streamed Masses is under review. Due to the recent change of Mass schedule, if the Mass is not posted at the usual time, you are encouraged to view the NECC live streamed Mass at St. Matthew

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