There are two forms that will need to be completed – a Parish Form that describes the current Mass schedule for each individual parish, as well as a Family Form, which will reflect the final unified liturgical and sacramental schedules.

To clarify, a unified liturgical schedule is meant to identify a Mass schedule for each parish which minimizes duplication of Mass times within the Family and increases the probability of higher Mass attendance while still providing convenience to parishioners.

A unified sacramental schedule refers to designing an organized approach to when and how all sacraments and other events, such as baptisms, reconciliations, first communions, confirmations, weddings, and funerals, will be accessible to all parishes with respect to the assigned priests’ availability.