Mother's Day Novena

Let us remember our mothers at the altar of the Lord. 

Click here to print the form to enroll your mother, grandmother, godmother, stepmother, or other special women in your life.

Holy Week & Easter Schedule

Join us for the live streams by clicking below to watch.

Click to open the Worship Aids:  Holy Thursday ~ Good Friday ~  Easter Vigil ~ Easter Sunday

*Note: these are not public Liturgies/Masses and will only have a small number of people active in the liturgy itself.  All present will practice social distancing and other recommended safety measures. 

Register here to reserve seats at Mass (or at Stations of the Cross):

(After reserving seats, if you are unable to attend please kindly cancel your reservations to allow for others to reserve those seats.)

Be sure to watch this instructional video before attending Mass for the first time.  (You can read the written instructions HERE.)

Communication from Bishop Thomas

  • 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.
Bishop Thomas Pastoral Letter re Corona
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VBS 2020 - At Home!

JESUS' POWER PULLS US THROUGH!

Participate with your family July 20th - 24th

Registration and payment deadline is May 31st

Includes:

- Boxed VBS Kit

  ($30 each)

- 5 days of fun VBS    Videos!

Additional Confessions

During the season of Lent, our parish will be offering the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. as well as the usual Saturday 8:30 a.m. time.

Fasting & Abstinence

Fasting: Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics.  For members of the Latin Catholic Church, the norms on fasting are obligatory from age 18 until age 59. When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal.

 

Abstinence: Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence. The norms concerning abstinence from meat are binding upon members of the Latin Catholic Church from age 14 onwards.

 

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Stations of the Cross

Fridays at 6:00 p.m.

  • Click here to reserve seats.

  • You can watch our live stream of Stations of the Cross here.

  • Follow along by downloading the booklet here

Rice Bowls

We invite you to join our parish in participating in Catholic Relief Service's Operation Rice Bowl.  This is a Lenten program which helps us live in solidarity with the poor and vulnerable around the world through prayer, fasting, and giving.  Rice Bowls are available to pick up in the parish vestibule.  www.crsricebowl.org

Pray from Home

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Masses Live Streamed from St. Francis of Assisi

Sundays at 9:30 a.m.  Click here for this Sunday, April 5th, Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Music Worship Aide for Palm Sunday Mass: Click here

Weekdays, Monday-Saturday at 7:45 a.m.: March 30th, March 31st, April 1st, April 2nd, April 3rd, April 4th

*Note: these are not public Masses and will only have a small number of people active in the liturgy itself.  All present will practice social distancing and other recommended safety measures. 

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. 

Mass

*The public celebration of Mass in our Diocese has been cancelled through Palm Sunday or until further notice.*

 

St. Francis of Assisi will Live Stream Masses on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Click here to watch the March 22 recording.

We will live stream Daily Masses at 7:45 a.m. See above schedule and click on the date.

In addition, The Most Reverend George Leo Thomas, Ph.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Las Vegas, taped a Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent: Laetare Sunday.   This was not a public Mass and only a very small number of people were active in the liturgy itself and those present practiced social distancing and other recommended health and safety measures.  The Mass is available online at the Diocese of Las Vegas website at www.dolv.org  and on Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Vegas YouTube page at https://youtu.be/6Xj4tOXgqXM

Letters from Bishop Thomas:
  • 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.
Bishop Thomas Pastoral Letter re Corona

Cancellations & Postponements

Sacraments

We will continue with previously scheduled funerals and weddings. Saturday morning Confessions are suspended until further notice.

Activities & Ministries

  • Friday Lenten Prayers, Stations of the Cross, and Lenten Meals/Fish Fry 

  • Saturday morning Confessions 

  • All Faith Formation Classes for Kinder through High School, and RCIA & Adult Confirmation Classes 

  • Choir Practices and All Ministry and Organization Meetings & Groups

  • Parish Hall, Parish Offices, and Gift Shop will be closed until further notice

Connect, Resources, & Prayer

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.

Pray from Home

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Donations

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.  Thank you for your generosity.

Registration for Kinder through 8th Grade Faith Formation

Important! Registration only works properly on a desktop or laptop computer, not from a cell phone.

Important Dates:

August 25th or 26th - Parent Orientation and Teacher Meet and Greet (at your child's scheduled class day and time.

September 15th/16th - Classes Begin!

Fees and

Deadlines

 

For Kinder through 8th grade

(High School Confirmation fees are separate and different)

  • $145 - 1 child 

  • $206 - 2 children 

  • $252 - 3 or more children

 

*Fees are waived for all Teachers and Aides.

*The deadline for regular registration was August 8th, 2019.  There is now a $25 late fee per family for all registrations and not all class times will be available

Volunteer as a Teacher or Aide

Share our Catholic faith with the children of our parish!  

We provide training and curriculum resources. This is a weekly commitment.

All volunteers must be fingerprinted/background checked through our Diocese and complete the online Safe Environment Training.  We will contact you with details.

Class Time

Options

Please click to open the list of Class Time Options.

If your child is preparing for First Holy Communion, please follow the columns on the right for the appropriate class. First Holy Communion is a two-year process beginning in first grade or older.

If you are registering for a non-sacramental class, please follow the column on the left.

Other Considerations

Online Home Study Class: An alternative option to regular class done weekly from your home (about an hour) at your time choice. Online is not an option for 2nd year Communion students.  Registration and the fees are the same.

Children not yet Baptized:

For children age seven or older please enroll them in their grade-appropriate First Communion Class and we will contact you with more info. 

For children age six and younger, pleases follow the Infant Baptism procedures.

Phase Two Public Masses

Begin This Saturday, June 6th!

(Limited to 50 people total)

 

Watch this video containing important instructions on signing up for and attending Masses during this time.

CLICK HERE to sign up for a Mass.  Reminder: only choose one Mass during Phase 2 to attend so that as many people as possible have a chance to attend!

(You can read the written instructions HERE.)

Letter from

Fr. John on the Parish Festival

 

 

Letter from Fr. John on the Dedication of the School

Letter regarding Festival  & School Dedi
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November Book of the Dead

Submit names below for your deceased loved ones that you would like us to include in the Book of the Dead & be remembered at Masses in November.

Thanks for submitting!

Bereavement Group

The St. Francis of Assisi Bereavement Group meets Thursdays from 9:00-11:00 a.m. in the Our Lady of the Angels classroom. Anyone with a loss of a loved one is welcome.

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Year of

St. Joseph

Pope Francis has declared this year to be the Year of St. Joseph.  Read the Apostolic Letter Patris Corde for more information, download the prayer card, and join our intercession to St. Joseph.

Lord, Teach Me To Pray

A Spiritual Journey with St. Ignatius of Loyola

Join us for this three-part series on Ignatian Prayer in a facilitated faith-sharing prayer community.  Begins February 22nd via Zoom!

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Year of

St. Joseph

Pope Francis has declared this year to be the Year of St. Joseph.  Read the Apostolic Letter Patris Corde for more information, download the prayer card, and join our intercession to St. Joseph.

Lord, Teach Me To Pray

A Spiritual Journey with St. Ignatius of Loyola

Join us for this three-part series on Ignatian Prayer in a facilitated faith-sharing prayer community.  Began February 22nd via Zoom!

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Year of

St. Joseph

Pope Francis has declared this year to be the Year of St. Joseph.  Read the Apostolic Letter Patris Corde for more information, download the prayer card, and join our intercession to St. Joseph.

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