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A message from Father Steve,

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Holy Family Catholic Church and the Diocese of Las Vegas are entering Phase 2 of reopening our churches, starting on Saturday, June 6. We will be able to celebrate mass, weddings, quinceañeras, funerals, first communions, confirmations and baptisms. However, we will be limited to only having 50 people at any given service. We are awaiting directions from the Diocese of Las Vegas as to what this will look like and how we implement the opening. Hopefully, Phase 2 will be short-lived and we will be able to include more people. Since the details are not finalized, I invite you to stay tuned to our webpage at www.holyfamilylv.org, our Holy Family Catholic Church Facebook page, and our parish App for more details. We will post them next week. I pray that you will have a blessed weekend.

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Queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo:
Holy Family Catholic Church y la Diócesis de Las Vegas están entrando en la Fase 2 de reapertura de nuestras iglesias el sábado 6 de junio. Podremos celebrar misas, bodas, quinceañeras, funerales, primeras comuniones, confirmaciones y bautizos. Sin embargo, estaremos limitados a tener solo 50 personas en un servicio determinado. Estamos esperando instrucciones de la Diócesis de Las Vegas en cuanto a cómo se verá realmente y cómo implementaremos la apertura. Con suerte, la Fase 2 será de corta duración y podremos abrirnos con más para incluir a más personas. Dado que los detalles no están finalizados, los invito a que se mantengan atentos a nuestra página web en www.holyfamilylv.org, nuestra página de Facebook de la Iglesia Católica de la Sagrada Familia y nuestra aplicación parroquial para obtener más detalles. Los publicaremos la próxima semana. Rezo para que tengas un fin de semana bendecido.
Father Steve Hoffer, Pastor

DIOCESE OF LAS VEGAS TO FOLLOW GUIDANCE OF RESTORATION COUNCIL FOR REOPENING

Bishop George Leo Thomas, Ph.D., the Bishop of the Diocese of Las Vegas, said today that while he is pleased that houses of worship have been deemed essential services by the federal government, the reopening of the parishes of the Diocese of Las Vegas will be led by its Diocesan Restoration Council.

“I established the Council to ensure the safe and systematic reopening of our parishes in a manner that follows and respects the guidelines and limitations provided by health officials and the State of Nevada. It is essential that we are mindful of necessary precautions and safety recommendations for the health and well-being of all of our people,” Bishop Thomas said.

The Diocese of Las Vegas is currently under a discontinuance order until May 31, 2020.

The Diocesan Restoration Council is chaired by Mr. John Kilduff, President of Bishop Gorman High School and is comprised of representatives from a wide array of disciplines including medical, gaming, education, civic, law enforcement, engineering, logistics and pastoral ministry.

The Council has met several times and is working on an established set of protocols based on guidance and recommendations that have been made available to date. They will be taking this new development and guidance under advisement and will be working to finalize plans for the reopening of parishes.

Further announcements will be made once the plans have been finalized to include timing.

COVID-19 concerns moves all worship online through May 30

Masses and other functions will be discontinued throughout the Las Vegas Diocese until at least May 30 because of COVID-19 concerns.

“While the metrics from the Southern Nevada Health District we are receiving fluctuate on a daily basis, I believe it is important pr us to prepare for the day when we can gradually open our Church for the celebration of Sunday Eucharist,” Bishop Thomas wrote in a letter to parish leaders. 

The order includes all church spaces, including chapels used for adoration. The Bishop will continue to dispense area Catholics from the obligation to attend mass through the end of the month. 

At Holy Family, we’ll continue to conduct services on our Facebook page. Daily mass will be live-streamed at 8 a.m.; Sunday mass is 8 a.m. in English and 10 a.m. in Spanish.

We are need of your Sunday offering. Donations can be made online with your bank account or credit card by using this link. You can also drop your weekly envelope at the office, which is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-noon.

 

 

Announcements 

Instructions for online giving to Holy Family

Many churchgoers have reached out asking for instructions on how to make their weekly contributions to Holy Family. Those are much needed and appreciated! Donations can be made online with your bank account or credit card by using this link. You can also drop your weekly envelope at the office, which is open Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-noon.

 


Contact Us

Holy Family Catholic Church

4490 S. Mountain Vista St.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121

Telephone:  702-458-2211

Fax:  702-458-0966

Office Hours9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (subject to change with COVID-19 concerns)

 

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Regular Schedule

Daily masses will be live-streamed at 8 a.m. Monday-Saturday on the Holy Family Facebook page. On Sunday, masses will be live-streamed on our Facebook at 8 a.m. in English and 10 a.m. in Spanish. No confessions during the COVID-19 shutdown.

Liturgical Calendar/ Readings

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Pray the Divine Office

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