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CORONAVIRUS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I attend Mass?

Public Masses resumed across the Archdiocese of Sydney on Monday 18 October.

While 2sqm density rule is not mandatory, it is recommended that people who do not normally live in the same household try to keep some social distance from each other.

 

Do I have to wear a face mask at Mass?

From 24 December, you are required to wear a face mask at Mass if you are aged over 12 . This rule will be in place until at least 27 January.

 

Do I need to use a QR code to enter a church?

 Under current NSW Health rules, you must scan a QR code before entering a church.

 

Is singing or music permitted at Mass?

The NSW Government has announced that from 15 December, singing and music is now permitted at Mass.

 

What if a loved one dies? Can I still have a funeral Mass?

From 15 December, funerals may be held.

While 2sqm density rule is not mandatory, it is recommended that people who do not normally live in the same household try to keep some social distance from each other.

 

Can weddings be held?

From 15 December, weddings may be held.

While 2sqm density rule is not mandatory, it is recommended that people who do not normally live in the same household try to keep some social distance from each other.

 

Are baptisms permitted?

Baptisms have resumed across the Archdiocese of Sydney.

While 2sqm density rule is not mandatory, it is recommended that people who do not normally live in the same household try to keep some social distance from each other.

 

Are first holy communions and confirmations permitted?

First holy communions and confirmations may now resume.

 

Is the anointing of the sick permitted?

The anointing of the sick is permitted in Greater Sydney.