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  • Corpus Christi Update

     

    Thanks to God’s grace and the efforts of many people in our country, the pandemic seems to be easing. Let us be grateful to God for all the graces. Following the lead of our authorities, our Bishop proposes the relaxing of the rules for behavior and prayer in our church.

    As of the weekend of Corpus Christi, June 5 and 6, he is inviting us back to full in-person participation on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation:   

    “The Eucharist remains essential and the summit of our Christian lives and worship where we experience the living and saving presence of Christ and gather as one faith family.

    While we realize that the pandemic is by no means over, it is important to reignite our faith in God, to celebrate again the Holy Mass, other Sacraments, and liturgical services in a reasonable and safe manner. Hence, here are the following updates:

    The Dispensation from Sunday Mass and Holydays of Obligation is lifted effective on the weekend on June 5-6, 2021 the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ. The normal practice of our faith to "keep Holy the Lord's Day" by coming to Mass each Sunday will once again be in effect, which includes the obligation to participate, in-person, in the celebration of Holy Mass each weekend for all who are able to do so.

    The dispensation still applies to those who are sick, elderly, homebound, experiencing great difficulties or other serious risks/concerns in coming to the Church. The dispensation does not relieve the faithful from their sacred duty to keep holy the Sabbath, so all are encouraged to spend time in prayer, thanksgiving, and rest on the Lord's Day.”

    Here is the full text of the Bishop's letter [click here].

     

    The Bishop in his letter allows the local communities to customize the way they implement health measures, in consideration of their size, location, and layout. As a university parish, we will be informed by the guidance and practices of the University of Utah. The school proposes a slow and cautious relaxing of rules over the coming months. We are not expecting any radical changes to our current practices in the near future. We will revisit this subject at the beginning of the school year.

    The return to normal practice of in-person Eucharist also means that our weekend emails become not necessary.  This reflection on the Feast of Corpus Christi will be our last.


    Here is the reflection from Saint Catherine of Siena [click here].

    And here is the family prayer for Corpus Christi [click here].

  • Summer 2021

    Masses
    Saturday Vigil Mass: 5pm
    Sunday Mass: 8:30am, 10:45am, 6:30pm 
    Weekday Mass: 7pm

    Confession
    Monday - Friday: 6:30pm
    Saturday: 4pm
    Sunday: 5:30pm

    Adoration of Blessed Sacrament
    Monday - Friday: 6pm-7pm
    Sunday 5:30pm

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  • Parking

    We have limited parking available in a garage beneath our building. On weekends and evenings, parking also is available in our surface lot. Both areas are accessed from the alley west of our building (from 200 S).

    Our parking lots are free, as available, for those visiting the church or attending church events. Violators will be towed at owner's expense. Local on-street parking is metered M-F until 8pm.

    Please contact the office if you would like to purchase a weekday pass for the surface lot.