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Bishop Solis' Weekly Message

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
"Our unity and solidarity is critical at this time. We can draw inspiration and strength from parishioners, who have demonstrated great resilience and willingness to care for one another by following diocesan directives, even though difficult and painful. ..." >>>

Mensaje semanal del Obispo Solis

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
“En otras palabras, Dios no los ha abandonado, no están solos. Dios sigue cuidándonos. Él nos acompaña a través de nuestros sacerdotes...” >>>

Recommendations for ministry during pandemic

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
"Bishop Oscar A. Solis has outlined directives and recommendations for pastoral ministry in response to the coronavirus pandemic. >>>

Public celebrations of Holy Week canceled

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
All Holy Week, Triduum and Easter services in the Diocese of Salt Lake City will be celebrated without the presence of the congregation. >>>

Vicar General outlines operational changes in the Diocese of Salt Lake City related to COVID-19

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
"Our priests, deacons and lay ministers are still available to attend to the spiritual needs of the parishioners within the limits of government and health department restrictions ..." >>>

Videos with local priests explain spiritual communion

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
“That’s what spiritual communion is: that we are one with each other. We are one body, one Christ. It is Christ who is our head, and as that one body of Christ we pray together.” >>>

March 18 earthquake damages churches and buildings in Diocese of Salt Lake City

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
Cathedral of the Madeleine, others suffer damages >>>

Priests continue ministry despite pandemic

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
When Bishop Oscar A. Solis suspended the public celebration of worship beginning the weekend of March 14, several local priests got creative about how to minister to their congregations.   >>>

Bishop Solis statement on the U.S. Census

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020

Participate in the census to benefit the community

Friday, Mar. 27, 2020
“Utah has an estimated 3.21 million people. The amount of federal funding Utah receives for health care, education and transportation is dependent on census participation. In recent years, that funding accounted for 28 percent of the state budget." >>>
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