Saturday - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 8:30 am, 11:00 am, 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday 7:00 am
Saturday 9:00 am
TRIDENTINE LATIN MASS
Wednesday 6:00 pm
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Saturday 3:00-4:40 pm,
or by appointment
Mass Intentions: If you would like to have a Mass said for a loved one or friend who has passed away, is ill, or celebrating something special, please contact Mary Ann or Melanie in the parish office at 801-485-5610. Each Mass is said for one intention. It is customary to make an offering of $10 to request a mass, but it is not required.
A Note from Fr. Erik regarding Christmas Mass Times:
Christmas, the Nativity of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, ranks second after the Sacred Triduum with regards to importance in the Church's year. We celebrate 'the Word becoming Flesh and dwelling among us.' It is so important that it is not confined to one day but is given an octave and a whole liturgical season.
Another sign of its importance is that the Church gives us four different Masses for the Solemnity each with its own prayers and readings; the Vigil, the Mass at Night, the Mass at Dawn, and the Mass during the Day. The Church's expectation is that a parish will celebrate each of these Masses and celebrate them at the proper time.
In the past, multiple Vigil Masses have been offered. However, this year they will not be. Why? First, we only have one priest at our parish. Second, multiple instances of each Mass are allowed only with absolute necessity. That being said, for Christmas we will have the Vigil Mass at 5 pm, Mass at Night at Midnight, Mass at Dawn at 8 am, and Mass during the Day at 10 am. Any of these Masses will fulfill your Christmas Mass obligation. However, you are also welcome and encouraged to attend multiple Masses.