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COVID-19 INFORMATION CONCERNING MASSES AND
ALL CHURCH SERVICES
Per the State of Utah and the Diocese of Salt Lake City, the public celebration of worship may resume using state and local guidelines of social distancing and wearing masks.  Attendance will be limited. Please contact your Parish office for more information.
A general dispensation from the Sunday obligation will remain.
CURRENT EVENTS
CELEBRATION
Fr. Martin's 15-year Ordination as a Priest
Bi-Lingual Mass at 7:00 pm
on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

ST. MARY, WEST HAVEN

INFORMATION CONCERNING

MASS ATTENDANCE

You no longer need to call to sign up for Masses.

You must wear a mask or you will not be admitted inside the church. Thank you.

GIFT SHOP

Our Gift shop is reducing its current inventory to bring in new items. Everything is on sale half price.

Hours are:

Tuesdays - Friday  9:00 am to 12:00 pm

CHANGES IN MASS HOURS AND PERSONAL PRAYER HOURS

STARTING ON MAY 12, 2020.

PRAYER HOURS

Closed on Mondays

Tuesday  -  Friday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Saturday  -  Church closed

Sunday / 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm

(hours may change at any time)

Live stream Masses

WE HAVE IN PERSON MASSES

SCHEDULE BELOW

NOTICE MASS TIME CHANGES

   Tuesday - Friday / English 9:00 am  

Saturday / English at 5:00 pm 

Sunday / English at 8:00 am

  Sunday / English at 10:00 am  

  Sunday / Spanish at 12:00 pm  

  MASKS ARE REQUIRED.

Parish Announcements

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May 14, 2021

SAINT OF THE DAY

St. Matthias the Apostle 

St. Matthias the Apostle (1st c.) followed Jesus

during his entire earthly ministry and was one

of his 72 disciples. Matthias was chosen by the 11 Apostles to replace Judas Iscariot after his betrayal

of Christ and subsequent suicide. After Christ's Ascension into heaven, St. Matthias devoted

himself to preaching Christianity among the

pagans, some of them barbarians and cannibals,

all over Judea, Cappadocia, and Ethiopia for over

30 years. Many miracles are ascribed to him as the pagans sought to kill him: that he was unharmed

after being forced to drink poison, that he once

hid by becoming invisible, and that the earth

opened up and swallowed his attackers.

St. Matthias also preached the need for

mortification of the flesh as an aid to growth in holiness. Eventually, at God's appointed time, he was martyred for the cause of Christ, though

there are conflicting traditions as to exactly where

and how. St. Matthias is the patron saint of

carpenters, tailors, and reformed alcoholics.

His feast day is May 14th.

       

                                                      

                                                                          

MASS SCHEDULE

Sunday:

  • 8:00AM English Mass

  • 10:00AM English Mass

  • 12:00PM Spanish Mass

Tuesday - Friday:​

  • 9:00AM English Mass

Saturday:

  • 5:00PM​ English Mass

 

RECONCILIATION

FRIDAY:

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

(By appointment on Tuesday through Thursday, please call office to schedule).

Please practice social distancing,

thank you.

Please prepare and read the 

Examination of Conscience, link below

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ADORATION

ADORATION

Weekly

Every Friday 10:00 am - 4:00pm

Nocturnal Adoration for Vocations

Friday, June 4, 2021

Every first Friday 8:00pm to

Saturday 7:00am

Rosary on Saturday at 7:30am

Mass/Communion Service on 1st Saturday of the month at 8:00am

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ROSARY

Tuesday - Friday:

7:30 am - before Mass

Saturday's

4:30pm - before Mass

Sunday: Postponed

7:30am English - before Mass

9:30 am English - before Mass 

11:30 am Spanish - before Mass

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