Diocesan COVID-19 response information: www.dphx.org No Masses and no classes or events until further notice.

Welcome!

 

For the most up-to-date information on the Diocesan response to COVID-19, please visit:  www.dphx.org

We are asking all parishioners to consider joining our FlockNote groupThis email program allows us to send out an email to everyone signed up with just one click.  We send out a weekly "just checking in" email to everyone on our FLOCKNOTE list.  To sign up for FLOCKNOTE, you can text the word CHINO to 84576, or go to flocknote.com/stcatherinecv on your computer and set up an account. Help us keep in touch with you!

Office Hours at the moment until further notice are:

Monday through Friday 9 am to 3 pm

Saturday CLOSED

Email: office@stcatherinecv.org

As members of the St. Catherine Laboure family, it is very important to us that we don't lose contact with you! In order to keep in touch, we are doing special editions of our weekly bulletins that will be available on our website only.  

Our monthly newsletter will be mailed out as scheduled.  We want to remain connected!

We are no longer recording our Daily Mass as it is now open to attend.

Listen to past St. Catherine's Daily Masses - click here

Daily Mass is now "back to normal!" 

Well following proper social distancing at all times anyway! What does that mean?  It means please use common sense!  If you are ill, please remain at home.  All those attending Mass must wear a face mask.

All persons must maintain a social distance of 6 ft at all times.  Small children MUST remain with their parent(s) at all times - they must not be allowed to roam around the church, and they must be accompanied if they need to use the restroom.  No exceptions!

Father will be holding Daily Masses in the church (not the chapel) from Monday through Friday at 8:30 am.

To maintain social distancing, the pews are marked with blue tape -  once all of the available spaces are taken, no one else will be allowed to attend.

Information for Sunday Masses are as follows:

(1)  Maximum attendance for each Sunday Mass is limited to 80 persons.

(2)  In addition to the Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:00 pm, Fr. Fred is celebrating 4 Masses on Sunday in order to give people the opportunity to attend.

(3)  The Masses are shorter than usual and the times are as follows:

       7:30 am, 8:30 am, 9:30 am, 10:30 am  (bilingual).

(4)  For those who are not able to attend Mass, Communion will be distributed after conclusion of each Sunday Mass.  They are welcome to come into the Church, and Fr. Fred will be at the front by the image of OUr Lady of Guadalupe.     

(5)  There will not any music at any of the Masses.  Fr. Fred's homily for the Sunday Mass can be found on the St. CAterhine Laboure Catholic Church Facebook or Youtube webpage.

(6)  There will be volunteers to help you figure out the process - and your understanding and patience is truly appreciated! Please remember to wear a face mask.

A couple of very important things to take note of:

IF YOU ARE SICK PLEASE STAY HOME!!  We ask that you contact the office and we can make an appointment to bring Communion to you.

This is the beginning of our return to regular public Masses on Sundays.  There will be adjustments as time progresses.  We ask for your patience, understanding and prayers as we move forward.  

We look forward to the day when we can once again all join together at Mass and worship our Lord.  May you all remain healthy and blessed through this trying time.

If you are unable to participate in our new Sunday Communion process, you may also watch Mass on several sources:

Television - both Daily and Sunday Masses are available from many sources including:

Mass is broadcast live at 9 a.m. Sunday mornings from Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral on KAZT-TV (AZ-TV7, Cable 13 on DishNetwork, DirectTV, and CableOne).

Daily Mass is available on EWTN television channels.

Internet - both Daily and Sunday Masses are available from many sources including:

Sunday Mass and separate Homily with Fr. Fred Leclaire can be found on the St Catherine Laboure Catholic Church Chino Valley Facebook or Youtube webpages.

Sunday Morning Mass on YouTube.com – go to the Diocese of Phoenix Website dphx.org and click on the “Watch the TV Mass” link.

https://www.wordonfire.org/daily-mass/

https://www.ewtn.com/tv

Please take the time to sign up for FORMED - it's free!  FORMED has Movies, Audio books and Audio talks, and even things for the children! FORMED is also offering Daily Mass.  You can view FORMED on your computer or your SmartPhone using the FORMED app.  

Registereing for FORMED is easier than ever:  Go to FORMED.org/signup.  Select your parish.  Register using your name and email address.  Check your email for a link to start using FORMED.

Confessions will remain on Thursdays from 11 am to 12 noon

Those wishing to go to Confession are asked to enter the main church doors, and sit in the BACK of the church - maintaining the 6 foot "social distance" recommended by the CDC.  Father will open the door to the chapel and the person who is next in line will enter the chapel for Confession.  All persons will leave the chapel through the chapel door - not returning to the church. 

We ask that no one enters the chapel through the outside door on Thursdays from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm to allow privacy for Confessions.  Please note that the end of Confessions will be "fluid" as Father will make sure that everyone who comes during the posted times for Confession, will have the opportunity to make their Confession.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

We, the community of St. Catherine Labouré, empowered by the Holy Spirit, will strive to serve the Gospel message in reaching out as the Body of Christ to serve our brothers and sisters.

 

Phone 928-636-4071

Physical Address: 2062 N. US Hwy 89, Chino Valley, AZ 86323

 

Mailing Address: PO Box 152,

                            Chino

 

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday 9 to 3

                                   Email: office@stcatherinecv.org

 

Most Reverend Eduardo A. Nevares, auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Phoenix celebrated Mass at St. Catherine's on September 2, 2012, where he formally acknowledged our new status as a parish and installed Rev. Fred LeClaire, CMF as our pastor.  May we continue to grow in the love and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ!

 

Novena Prayer to St. Anthony Mary Claret

St. Anthony Mary Claret, during your life on earth you often comforted the afflicted and showed such tender love and compassion for the sick and sinful.  Intercede for me now that you rejoice in the reward of your virtues in heavenly glory.  Look with pity on me [or on the person afflicted with illness or whose conversion is desired] and grant my prayer, if such be the will of God.  Make my troubles your own.  Speak a word for me to the Immaculate Heart of Mary to obtain by her powerful intercession the grace I yearn for so ardently, and a blessing to strengthen me during life, assist me at the hour of death, and lead me to a happy eternity.  Amen.

 

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We are pleased to announce that St. Catherine Labouré offers our parishioners unlimited access to the best eBooks, talks, and videos in the Church today through the FORMED program. Contact the church office for your access code today!