Bulletin – 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time – September 12, 2021

SAINT CHRISTOPHER CATHOLIC CHURCH

39 West 200 South, Kanab UT 84741

Office: (435) 644-3414 [Please leave a message and we will respond as quickly as possible]

stccc@kanab.net

WEBSITE: kanabcatholicchurch.org

Sacramental MinisterRev. Richard T. Sherman, Kanab UT

SATURDAY VIGIL MASS5:30 PM

SUNDAY MASS9:00 AM

MASS DURING THE WEEK: MONDAY – SATURDAY 8:00 AM

CONFESSIONS BY APPOINTMENT

NEXT OPEN DOOR SATURDAY September 18, 10:00 AM – Noon

MASS PROTOCOLS: Please see our website for all the details still in place and updated changes made per the directives from Bishop Oscar S. Solis of the Diocese of Salt Lake City. Thank you for your cooperation.  PLEASE GET VACCINATED.

NOTE: If you have a sacramental emergency after parish office hours, please call  435-673-2604 for assistance.

Our next OPEN DOOR SATURDAY is September 18, 2021 from 10:00 AM-Noon.  If you have friends or relatives that are interested in the Catholic faith, or are thinking of returning to the Church, please tell them about us and have them stop by. We would love to meet with them! OPEN DOOR is scheduled every first and third Saturday of the month.

FINANCIAL REPORT FOR September 4-5, 2021Offertory $1422/ R&I $425. Total $11847.  Community Outreach $154. God bless you for your support!

DIOCESAN DEVELOPMENT DRIVE (DDD):  Our 2021 quota is $9,500. Our progress as of 8/8/2021 is:  TOTAL PLEDGED: $3,592 / TOTAL PLEDGE PAID: $2,766 / PLEDGE BALANCE: $500 / ONE TIME GIFTS: $2,926 / PAID TO DATE: $6,018 / DONORS: 16. Thank you to our donors; we continue to inch toward our goal. For more information, go to: dioslcddd.org.

PRAY FOR THE SICK:  Christopher Shill, Dusty Reese, James Wentz, Kurt Wlaschin, Our wounded veterans and ALL our military and diplomats stationed throughout the world.  We are refreshing our prayer list for the sick.  If you have specific prayer requests, please leave us a phone message or send us an email.  We will get your intentions on the list.  We also remember all the sick and infirm at our daily Masses.