Regular Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9:15am, 11:30am
Regular Weekday Mass Schedule
Tues: 7:30am Mass
Wednesday: 6:00pm Mass
Thursday: 8:45am Mass
Friday: 7:30am Mass
Saturdays: 10:00am to 10:30am
Elderly/Sick Parishioners, Do You Need Help with Outdoor Yardwork or Projects?
St. Susanna member, if you are elderly or sick and need help with lawn work, gardening, or outdoor projects, youth and adults/families from St. Susanna will volunteer to help you with this service. Please fill out the ‘Outdoor Work Request Form.' Please be patient and know that we will work to ensure this request is answered and fulfilled as quickly as possible. Requests must be made at least two weeks ahead of time so we have adequate time to address the need and find volunteers available to help.
Please fill out the 'Volunteer Sign-up' form, and we will contact you when we have projects that need to be done!
We are asking that at least two adults be willing to volunteer with the middle or high school youth for the safety of the youth. Multiple families can help with the same project.
Thank you so much for being willing to help those in need from our community!
Concerning the Coronavirus, COVID-19
Statement of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis on the Plan for Reopening of Churches and Resuming the Celebration of Public Sunday and Weekday Masses and the other Sacraments in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis (05/08/2020):
While continuing to take great care and utilize the recommended precautions, it is time to begin the gradual process of reopening churches and resuming the celebration of the Sacraments publicly. Archbishop Thompson has provided guidelines to Indianapolis Parishes on how best to return to public Masses. The dispensation from the obligation to participate at Mass on Sundays is extended in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and throughout the State of Indiana until August 15, 2020.
Please check back for regular updates:
Health Practices For and During Mass
Know that once we are open for public Mass, parishioner are encouraged to adhere to the best health practices to protect their households and families. The dispensation from the obligation to participate at Mass on Sundays is extended in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis until August 15, 2020.
- Those who are 65 and over and those with high-risk health conditions should remain home.
- Clean hands thoroughly before coming to Mass
- Pews will be filled keeping and empty pew row between filled pews. A 'filled pew' must meet social distancing guidelines of 6 feet between households.
- If possible, bring your own personal hand sanitizer for use during Mass, especially before and after Holy Communion.
- Facial masks are encouraged but not required during Mass. Eucharistic Ministers will be asked to wear masks during distribution of Holy Communion.
- Saint Susanna Maintenance employees will clean and sanitize pews and restrooms between services.
- Those concerned about receiving Holy Communion are not obligated to do so, and can choose not to receive until they are more comfortable.
- Holy Communion from the chalice for the faithful remains suspended until further notice.
- Receiving Holy Communion in the hand is highly encouraged during this time (as opposed to receiving on the tongue).
- The physical exchange of the sign of peace and the holding of hands during the Lord's Prayer is suspended.
- For the entire list of Archdiocesan guidelines, click HERE
Fr. Glenn O'Connor's St. Patrick's Day Prayer:
Welcome to Saint Susanna Parish
Welcome to our Catholic community of St. Susanna. We hope you find St. Susanna's to be a place of great joy and spiritual awakening for your family.
We welcome your participation in the parish through the celebration of Mass and through the various ministries of the parish. God calls each of us to be apostles for spreading His divine message of love, charity and hope.
We believe that Jesus Christ came to reveal the fullness of God's love for us, and we continue to celebrate that love through praise, sacraments, service, and community.