There will be three phases. We are in Phase One until Abp. Jerry says otherwise, whenever that might be, assuming there are any remaining Catholics in the Archdiocese.
First off, no "public" Mass until Pentecost. How many people may attend the Masses? Not more than 25% of the occupancy permit for the church. Facemasks are "strongly" encouraged. No communion on the tongue, no hugs/kisses of peace (gratias a Deo!!)
No daily Mass. No first Communion until at LEAST June 15, only at Sunday Mass, KEEP THE 25% LIMIT ABOVE. (Screw Granny and Grandpa! Whaddya think this is? Some sort of family Catholicism? Nope, dope.) No Confirmation. Confessions? NOT in a confessional!! Anointing of the Sick? NOPE. Viaticum only unless "actively dying." (What the........does THAT mean?)
Baptisms? Only 10 may show up. Too damn bad if you have 8 children, 2 sponsors, and both parents plus the baby, eh? And one more time: Screw Granny and Grandpa!!
No priests are to be visiting parishioners. Funerals? Only 10 may attend, and NO WAKES. No communal prayers (rosary); no holy water in the fonts, no paper bulletins, and NO VISITORS IN THE PARISH OFFICE.
Want to use the parish or school buildings?? NOPE.
No school athletics, grade- or high-school. Graduation Mass? NOPE. In general, "youth ministry" is over with until whenever Phase Three. (Who needs young, educated, Catholics, anyway?)
General parish gatherings and functions? NOPE.
Finally, this quote from the Abp's letter:
Following the matrix is a prudent approach and a reasonable and responsible way to resume Catholic life in our archdiocese, without taking unnecessary risks. The safety and well-being of our people is a top priority."A" top priority, eh? Is it more or less "top" than the salvation of souls?
You be the judge.