Mass Information

Protocols and Worship Times:

MASS TIMES: Saturday Vigil Mass, 5:30 PM. Sunday Mass, 9:00 AM. Mass during the week: Monday – Saturday, 8:00 AM,

MASS PROTOCOLS AND CURRENT INFORMATION: As of May 26, 2021, Bishop Oscar S. Solis of the Diocese of Salt Lake City informed us of the relaxing of some Covid-19 restrictions. The elimination of all restrictions will be completed in phases as deemed most appropriate by the bishop to ensure optimal safety of those who attend our services and activities. We will keep you updated as needed.

MASKS ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED AT MASS; however, you may wear a mask if you feel your health is compromised.

We are still maintaining safe distancing as much as possible as ushers attempt to seat individuals and groups appropriately. Please follow all instructions by ushers and their assistants.

Only the BODY of Christ will be ministered at Communion. Communicants may receive Communion on the tongue, however some extra sanitizing will be required between communicants. Thank you for your patience.

Hymnals and missalettes are now back in the pews.

As of the weekend of June 5-6, 2021, the dispensation from personal attendance at Sunday mass has ended. All Catholics will be expected to comply with the 3rd Commandment to Keep Holy the Sabbath. Again, if someone feels that their health is compromised by attending public Mass where people are not wearing masks, they may continue to attend Mass via Streaming Device. If you are going to restaurants or shopping where you are in close quarters with others, then you probably should be in Mass also. Also remember that weekday Masses usually have only have 5 to 15 people in attendance and one can substantially safe-distance with ease.

NOTE: The above Mass information supersedes the schedules listed below.

Mass OR Sunday Celebration in the Absence of a Priest is held every Sunday at 9:00 AM MST.

Confessions can be heard before Sunday Mass from 8:15 – 8:45 AM MST.

Also join us to receive the Eucharist from Monday through Saturday at 8:00 AM MST.

Additionally, under our HOME page, please check CHURCH NEWS for special Mass times.

What is a Sunday Celebration in the Absence of a Priest (SCAP)?

“When a priest cannot be present for the celebration of Mass on the Lord’s day, it is of paramount importance that the parish or mission community still come together to celebrate the resurrection of the Lord… If, in the judgment of the diocesan bishop, it is not practical or possible for the community to participate in the celebration of Mass in a church nearby, they should assemble for Sunday worship in their own community under the leadership of the person whom the bishop and pastor has designated to lead them in prayer…” -Committee on Liturgy, United States Council of Catholic Bishops

The SCAP service is not a Mass, but does fulfill your Sunday obligation. Hosts consecrated by our priest are distributed during the SCAP. This service has been in effect since 1994 and was revised in 2009.


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