How to Pray the Mass From Home.pdf

Public Masses resume! Following is a YouTube video with helpful information about how we will safely celebrate Mass together.

Below is a letter sent out to all households regarding the resuming of public Masses.

Please note the return to our old Mass schedule:

  • Saturday 4:30 PM
  • Sunday 8, 9:30 & 11 AM

DAILY MASSES will be live streamed on Facebook and Youtube

Monday through Saturday

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Mass on Saturdays at 4:30 PM and Sunday at 9:30 AM will be live streamed on YouTube AND Facebook

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Hello! I'm Fr Shaun Haggerty, Pastor of St Lambert. Welcome to St Lambert Parish!

Whether you are a visitor, new to our parish, interested in becoming Catholic, seeking to return to the practice of your faith, or an active member of our parish...


To register, please contact the Parish Office at 336-8808.

We have some very good news. Bishop DeGrood has decided to send us an associate pastor, Fr. Robert Wullweber. I will have priestly help now in shepherding God's people here at St. Lambert Parish. I did not think this was possible, but with God all things are possible!!!! Praise God! I will give more information about Fr. Robert in the bulletin this week. He will began serving very soon on May 1st! Welcome Fr. Robert!

Your Pastor Fr. Haggerty

Join us for Holy Mass

Saturday 4:30pm

Sunday 8, 9:30 and 11am

Nursery is suspended for the summer

Daily Mass

Monday-Saturday 8:30am

Wednesday 5:30pm


Thursday 4:30-5:30 pm (suspended beginning Memorial Day through Labor Day)

Saturday 3:00-4:00 pm


Monday to Thursday: 8am - 5pm

Friday from 8am - Noon

Parish Office Phone: 605-336-8808

BISHOP O'GORMAN Gift Cards are available in the Parish Office during office hours. They will not be sold after Masses due to the Coronavirus.



Please Remember that only 10 people are allowed in the church at one time and you must keep at least 6 foot in distance from each other. There is hand sanitizer when you come into the church or wash your hands with soap and water in the bathrooms before entering the church.

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Prayer Resources

Alternatives to Mass when Dispensed from the Obligation

Daily and Sunday Readings

Liturgy of the Hours


Litany of the SaintsLitany of Saints in PDF format

Great Resources for Prayers

President of the USSCB Reflection and Prayer

Collection of Prayers for use at HomeCOVID-19 Prayers



Dear Brothers and Sisters,

The month of May is approaching, a time when the People of God express with particular intensity their love and devotion for the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is traditional in this month to pray the Rosary at home within the family. The restrictions of the pandemic have made us come to appreciate all the more this “family” aspect, also from a spiritual point of view.

For this reason, I want to encourage everyone to rediscover the beauty of praying the Rosary at home in the month of May. This can be done either as a group or individually; you can decide according to your own situations, making the most of both opportunities. The key to doing this is always simplicity, and it is easy also on the internet to find good models of prayers to follow.

I am also providing two prayers to Our Lady that you can recite at the end of the Rosary, and that I myself will pray in the month of May, in spiritual union with all of you. I include them with this letter so that they are available to everyone. (click on tab below to view prayers)

Dear brothers and sisters, contemplating the face of Christ with the heart of Mary our Mother will make us even more united as a spiritual family and will help us overcome this time of trial. I keep all of you in my prayers, especially those suffering most greatly, and I ask you, please, to pray for me. I thank you, and with great affection I send you my blessing.

First Prayer


O Mary,

You shine continuously on our journey

as a sign of salvation and hope.

We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick,

who, at the foot of the cross,

were united with Jesus’ suffering,

and persevered in your faith.

“Protectress of the Roman people”,

you know our needs,

and we know that you will provide,

so that, as at Cana in Galilee,

joy and celebration may return

after this time of trial.

Help us, Mother of Divine Love,

to conform ourselves to the will of the Father

and to do what Jesus tells us.

For he took upon himself our suffering,

and burdened himself with our sorrows

to bring us, through the cross,

to the joy of the Resurrection.


We fly to your protection,

O Holy Mother of God;

Do not despise our petitions

in our necessities,

but deliver us always

from every danger,

O Glorious and Blessed Virgin.

Second Prayer


“We fly to your protection, O Holy Mother of God”.

In the present tragic situation, when the whole world is prey to suffering and anxiety, we fly to you, Mother of God and our Mother, and seek refuge under your protection.

Virgin Mary, turn your merciful eyes towards us amid this coronavirus pandemic. Comfort those who are distraught and mourn their loved ones who have died, and at times are buried in a way that grieves them deeply. Be close to those who are concerned for their loved ones who are sick and who, in order to prevent the spread of the disease, cannot be close to them. Fill with hope those who are troubled by the uncertainty of the future and the consequences for the economy and employment.

Mother of God and our Mother, pray for us to God, the Father of mercies, that this great suffering may end and that hope and peace may dawn anew. Plead with your divine Son, as you did at Cana, so that the families of the sick and the victims be comforted, and their hearts be opened to confidence and trust.

Protect those doctors, nurses, health workers and volunteers who are on the frontline of this emergency, and are risking their lives to save others. Support their heroic effort and grant them strength, generosity and continued health.

Be close to those who assist the sick night and day, and to priests who, in their pastoral concern and fidelity to the Gospel, are trying to help and support everyone.

Blessed Virgin, illumine the minds of men and women engaged in scientific research, that they may find effective solutions to overcome this virus.

Support national leaders, that with wisdom, solicitude and generosity they may come to the aid of those lacking the basic necessities of life and may devise social and economic solutions inspired by farsightedness and solidarity.

Mary Most Holy, stir our consciences, so that the enormous funds invested in developing and stockpiling arms will instead be spent on promoting effective research on how to prevent similar tragedies from occurring in the future.

Beloved Mother, help us realize that we are all members of one great family and to recognize the bond that unites us, so that, in a spirit of fraternity and solidarity, we can help to alleviate countless situations of poverty and need. Make us strong in faith, persevering in service, constant in prayer.

Mary, Consolation of the afflicted, embrace all your children in distress and pray that God will stretch out his all-powerful hand and free us from this terrible pandemic, so that life can serenely resume its normal course.

To you, who shine on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope, do we entrust ourselves, O Clement, O Loving, O Sweet Virgin Mary. Amen.