|Revelation 5:12, 1:6 How worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and divinity, and wisdom and strength and honor. To him belong glory and power for ever and ever.|
39 West 200 South
Kanab UT 84741
Office: (435) 644-3414
Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 2:30PM
[OFFICE IS CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY]
Please check our website regularly for updated protocols and information
Rev. Richard T. Sherman
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS
MASS DURING THE WEEK
MONDAY – SATURDAY
CONFESSIONS BY APPOINTMENT
OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, KING OF THE UNIVERSE
Rules can be helpful guides. However, ultimately, we will not be judged on how well we followed “the rules” but on how well we loved others. What have you done to help feed the hungry, clothe the naked, etc.? Donating to charities is certainly a good thing, but how have you extended yourself personally? Reflect on what you could do to reach out to those in need.
Happy are you who fear the Lord, who walk in his ways. -PSALM 23:5
MASS PROTOCOLS AS OF OCTOBER 30, 2020: Per Diocesan policy in accordance with current public health recommendations, the people (except liturgical ministers serving in the sanctuary) must wear cloth face masks upon entering the church until they depart. Masks will remain on the face throughout the whole Mass except when receiving communion. Saint Christopher will offer Mass for up to 28 persons at each Mass, with seating at six-foot distances required. Any Mass that you attend during the week will satisfy your Sunday obligation. As always, the greatest concern is for each person’s health and safety, thus it is up to each person to make the decision that is best for them and the community. Please consult our website or call the parish office with any questions. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 14-15, 2020: Offertory $675 / Donations Mail $50 / Intermountain Catholic subscriptions $25 = $750.
OCTOBER 2020: Income $6,325.55 – Expenses $7,615.89 = – $1,290.34 Difference. (Income includes $1,700 in Building Fund Contributions)
Please be generous in this weekend’s special collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. In the United States, one in six people live in poverty. With this collection, you support programs that address the cause of poverty and provide a sustainable future for those struggling across the country. In addition, 25% of the funds we collect will remain in our diocese to fund local antipoverty projects. Please prayerfully consider how you can support this collection and work on the margins. More information about the Catholic Campaign for Human Development can be found at www.usccb.org/cchd/collection. Thank you!
PRAY FOR THE SICK: Please offer your prayers and your special intentions for: Roberta Champlin, Elizabeth Curtis, Denise Drinkwater, Nancy Goebel, Sandra Kirkland, Patti Lindh, Louann Marocchi, Tom McDonnell, Aileen and Jim Norton, Loretta Ozga, Jim Prag, George Reese, Lucy Sanders, Linda & Kenny Spencer, Laurel Steele, Peter Stephan, Linda Travis, Barbara Walk, Debbie Wentz, those who are ill with Covid-19 and those caring for them, and for our Service men and women and their families.