St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School is accepting student applications for Pre-K and 2nd grade. If you would like your child to attend for the 21-22 school year, please fill out an application on our website at sapsaints.org or call the school office at 702-331-9050 for more information.
Saturday Vigil, 4:00 & 5:30 p.m.
Sundays, 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Youth Ensemble
Saturdays at 8:00 a.m. or by appointment.
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
See our parish bulletin for Adoration times.
Parish News & Events:
Updates Regarding Coronavirus Precautions
Out of caution and care for the welfare of our parishioners we will be postponing parish activities. We continue to pray for those affected, and for the health and wellness of all.
The public celebration of Mass has resumed. As of May 18th, 2021 you no longer need to sign up to attend in person! We will continue to Live Stream our Masses - see schedule above to watch. Bishop Thomas’ recorded Sunday Mass will be available through YouTube, linked at the www.dioceseoflasvegas.org webpage.
Confession & Other Sacraments
Saturday morning Confessions have resumed at 8:00 a.m. Contact the parish office to schedule Baptisms, Weddings, and Funerals.
Most parish ministries, groups, and organizations will remain cancelled until further notice.
Parish Updates on Facebook
Link up with us on Facebook! We will push out content for you and your family's spiritual growth during this Lent. Click the link to Like and Follow our page: https://www.facebook.com/sfahdnv/
Resources for Support & Assistance
We compiled a list of resources for those in need of special assistance during this time. Click here.
Pope Francis Grants Special Indulgences
Click here to read the Pope's decree on special Indulgences for the faithful in the current pandemic.
Communication from Bishop Thomas
4/21/21: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through May 30, 2021.
1/28/21: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through April 4, 2021.
1/20/21: Bishop Thomas' Pastoral Statement on the Inaugural Address
1/6/21: Bishop Thomas' Pastoral Statement on the Violence at the U.S. Capitol
12/17/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through January 31st.
11/19/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through December 31st.
10/22/20: Bishop Thomas' Reflection on Pope Francis' "Civil Unions" Statement
10/22/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through November 29th.
8/24/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through September 27th.
6/30/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through August 30th.
5/30/20: Decree extending the dispensation of the obligation to attend Mass through July 5th.
5/27/20: Bishop Announces Opening of Phase 2 on June 6, 2020
5/22/20: Press Release on Diocesan Restoration Council to Safely Reopen Parishes
4/24/20: Amended Discontinuance Order.
3/20/20: Statement of Lenten Dispensation.
3/18/20: Pastoral letter sharing his heart and guidance for our Diocese.
3/16/20: Letter cancelling public Masses with included articles and prayer.
3/13/20: Letter regarding Mass dispensation.
We understand this is a difficult time for everyone, emotionally and financially. We appreciate your contributions to help us meet our bills. At this time you can mail in your contributions or donate online. If you find yourself in a good financial position and could increase your giving to help the parish through this time, it would be much appreciated. If you have an issue using our online giving site, or need to stop a transaction, please contact the Parish Business Office at 702-914-2175 for assistance. There is a new app you can use to make your donations right from your smart phone (instructions here). Thank you for your generosity.
App for Apple Users
App for Android Users
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Current Updates on Mask Wearing
as of July 28, 2021:
The Diocesan Restoration Advisory Council and Bishop Thomas have directed that effective July 31st "mask use is now required by all individuals regardless of vaccination status who enter any Diocesan facility. This includes, but is not limited to: Mass, Weddings, Baptisms, etc."
This is in compliance with the CDC recommendations (posted here: https://bit.ly/cdc072721)and Governor Sisolak's Directive 47 (posted here: https://bit.ly/directive47)
As you may have seen, the spread of the Delta Variant of the Coronavirus has caused Clark County to become an area of high transmission.
When you come to Mass this weekend please remember to bring your mask, and please join us in continuing to pray for an end to this pandemic!