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]
Sacramental Minister: Rev. Richard T. Sherman, Kanab UT
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS: 5:30 PM
SUNDAY MASS: 9:00 AM
MASS DURING THE WEEK: MONDAY – SATURDAY: 8:00 AM
CONFESSIONS BY APPOINTMENT
NEXT OPEN DOOR SATURDAY: July 2, 2022 10:00 AM – Noon
HAPPY FATHERS DAY!!!
MASS PROTOCOLS: UPDATE: As of February 15, 2022 Bishop Solis has lifted the mask mandate at Catholic Masses in the Diocese of Salt Lake City. At St. Christopher’s we will continue to reserve a special section in the church for those wishing to wear a mask due to health concerns.
NOTE: If you have a sacramental emergency after parish office hours, please call 435-673-2604 for assistance.
Our next OPEN DOOR SATURDAY is July 2, 2022 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 – June 12, 2022 Offertory: $1424 Thank you!!
Diocesan Development Drive: We have collected and pledged $5572 so far toward our 2022 goal of $9500. (10 donors) Over halfway there. Please join us!
PRAY FOR THE SICK: Loren Atwood, Arlene Walsh, Doug Ingram, Abby Sanders, Paula Zutes. Our Wounded Veterans. 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.
Social Hour after Sunday Mass – Coffee, juice and bagels or muffins are served up along with some fabulous conversation. Everyone is invited.
Diocesan Eucharistic Revival starts TODAY
SALT LAKE CITY —Intermountain Catholic – The Eucharistic Revival is a national three-year effort by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that is intended to bring Catholics back “to the source and summit of our faith” – the Real Presence of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, states the USCCB website eucharisticrevival.org. Amid the scandal, division, disease and doubt of today’s world, “Jesus is present, reminding us that he is more powerful than the storm,” the website continues. “He desires to heal, renew and unify the Church and the world,” and Christ will do this by “uniting us once again around the source and summit of our faith – the Holy Eucharist. The National Eucharistic Revival is the joyful, expectant, grassroots response of the entire Catholic Church in the U.S. to this divine invitation.” (See June 10 Intermountain Catholic for more info)