Effective Saturday, July 31
In accordance with the latest CDC recommendations and Governor Sisolak's Directive 47, the Diocesan Restoration Advisory and Bishop Thomas, mask use is now required by all individuals regardless of vaccination status who enter any Diocesan facility. This includes but it not limited to: Mass, Baptisms, Weddings, etc.....
Given that recent CDC guidance has been changing rather rapidly, please note that the re-implementation of the mask mandate is the only adjustment being made at this time.
A partir del sábado, 31 de julio
De acuerdo con las ultimas recomendaciones del CDC, y la directiva 47 del Gobernador Sisolak, el Consejo Asesor Diocesano de Restauración y el Obispo Thomas, ahora todos los individuos que ingresen a cualquier instalación diocesana requieren el uso de mascarillas, independientemente del estado de vacunación. Esto incluye, pero no es limitado a: Misas, Bautizos, Bodas, ect…
Dado que la orientación reciente del CDC ha cambiado con bastante rapidez, tenga en cuenta que la reimplementación del mandato de la máscara es el único ajuste que se esta realizando en este momento.
The offertory collections taken during our weekend masses are an important source of income for our parish. Your weekly financial contributions make a big difference in our parish especially during these unprecedented times.
The Bread of Life08-01-2021© J. S. Paluch Company
Today’s Gospel has the crowd asking Jesus three questions. First, “When did you get here,” to which Jesus responds by rebuking them for their failure to grasp his miracle as a “sign,” an occasion to put faith in him. Their second question about accomplishing the “works of God” has Jesus respond that faith is the “work” that God wishes. Many scholars believe this is John’s answer to the faith-works dichotomy emerging in the early Christian community. Faith is the work of God in the believer, John would have us understand. The third question asked by the crowd is a request for a “sign” that would allow them to put faith in Jesus, as the manna in the desert allowed the Israelites to put faith in the Lord God. Jesus answers by revealing himself as the “bread of life” that “comes down from heaven and gives life to the world.”READ MORE