COVID-19: Public masses and church activities have been suspended by the Diocese of Gallup until further notice.

March is dedicated to St. Joseph

 

ST. JOSEPH and HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC PARISHES are a welcoming Catholic community, alive in Christ, living out His message in love and service to everyone. St. Joseph Church is at 500 N. Mesa Verde Avenue in Aztec, New Mexico. Holy Trinity Church is at 42 Road 3520, Flora Vista, New Mexico. Click here for MAP. Our parish office is at Father Owen Center, across the street from St. Joseph Church, at 424 N. Mesa Verde in Aztec, NM.

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For the Aztec and Flora Vista community:                                            

Rev. Robert Badger will contniue to offer your Mass intentions in his private celebration of daily and Sunday Mass. Please mail your Mass intentions and Mass offerings to the office or drop them in the gray mailbox outside Father Owen Center. We will also check your phone messages on a regular basis.

                                                                 

Rev. Badger will be available for the Sacrament of Penance at St. Joseph' sacristy every Saturday from 4 PM to 5 PM.

St. Joseph Church and Holy Trinity Church will be open Monday to Friday 9 AM to 4 PM for private prayer.

Lenten norms, such as fasting and abstinence, are still in place.    

For sacraments in cases of emergency such as Anointing of the Sick, please contact Rev. Badger at (505) 333-7366.                                                                                                                                       Please continue to practice stewardship and care for our parishes by submitting your gifts/Mass offerings online through ParishSoft Giving (click your Church below), or by mail, or drop your offering envelopes in the gray mailbox outside Father Owen Center. Thank you for your generosity.

 

PASTOR'S LETTER

                                                                                                                   5th Week of Lent 

                                                                                                              My dear brothers and sisters in Christ,                                                                                                                                                             When I wrote to a former professor of mine in seminary to inform him of my transfer, he wrote back assuring me of his prayers for me and for the people I serve. Then, he wrote, "It will be a Lent like no other".                                                                                                                                                                                                            Indeed, it has proven to be a most unusual Lent. This time has been challenging for us all. For me as a priest, it raises a number of questions for me as it does for you. How do I minister effectively to you the people whom I serve? How do I do this, especially given all the various guidelines I must now comply with? These guidelines seem at times designed to prevent me from serving the people entrusted to my care.                                                                                                                                                                                      Though we do not have publicly celebrated Masses, I still celebrate Mass every day. The Mass intentions you gave donations for are still being honoured. I pray that all the people entrusted to my charge may be spared getting this virus. I remember each of you daily in my prayers.                                                                                                                                                                                                          I am still offering the Sacrament of Penance, though it is now in the sacristy of St. Joseph's and not in the church. If any of you do wish to go to confession outside the scheduled time, please either call the office and leave a message or call the rectory. If I am not in, please leave a message. I do check for messages frequently especially in the rectory. If someone needs anointing, please contact the office or my rectory. Please be aware that the hospital is not likely to let me in unless the person who needs anointing is dying. However, please do not hesitate to call.                                                                                                                                                                                             I do want to thank all those who have continued to give to our parishes during the time when we are not having public Masses.Thank you for your generosity. I ask that you continue to help support the Church.                                                                                                                                                                                    This Sunday's Gospel features Lazarus, the man whom Jesus raised from the dead. As Christians, even in the midst of times like these, we can look with hope. The Crucifix ought to be for each of us a profound sign of hope. Our hope is firmly planted on Christ who died to free us from our sins and rose again so that we might have new life with him. We believe he is faithful to his promises. Even in these times of uncertainty, we can look to Christ and to his cross with hope.                                                                                                                                                                                                Please know that just as soon as we resume our normal schedule of Masses, we will communicate this to you as quickly as possible. If you have access to the Internet, I strongly encourage that you visit https://dioceseofgallup.org/live-mass-from-the-diocese/. This link will take you to the daily Masses offered either at the Bishop's private chapel or in the cathedral. These Masses are celebrated by the Bishop or by one of the priests of the cathedral.                                                                                                                May God bless you all and know that I pray daily for your health and welfare.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            In Christ,                                                                                               Rev. Robert Badger                                    

                                                                                         

Comments? You may email pastor@stjosephaztec.org

                                                  

  

 

 

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and brings CHRIST to all.

 

 

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Our Parish theme:

"I am the vine, you are the branches....

  for without me you can do nothing."                         

                                                              (John 15:5)

 

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A fundraiser by St. Joseph Men's Club. Click photo below for a chance to win

 

 

 

 

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FISCAL YEAR 2019-20

ST.  JOSEPH CHURCH ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT

MONTHLY FINANCIAL UPDATE

     ST. JOSEPH Feb. 2020     Profit & Loss Statement

     HOLY TRINITY Feb. 2020        Profit & Loss Statement

 

 

 

Mass Schedule

Sunday:

9:00 AM at Holy Trinity  Church        11:00 AM at St. Joseph Church                  Every 2nd and 4th Sunday, 3:00 PM Mass will be in Spanish: Misa de Espanol   

Saturday:

5:15 PM Vigil Mass for Sunday is celebrated at St. Joseph Church.          

Weekdays:

6:00 PM at St. Joseph Church every Tuesday
8:00 AM at St. Joseph Church from Wednesday to Friday except First Friday
6:00 PM at Holy Trinity Church every Thursday 
 

First Thursday:

9:30 AM at Aztec Health (500 Care Ln, Aztec, NM), formerly Good Sam's
 

First Friday:

7:00 AM at St. Joseph Church
 

First Saturday:

8:00 AM at St. Joseph Church in honor
of the Blessed Virgin Mary
 

Confessions

  • 3:15 PM to 5:00 PM at St. Joseph Church every Saturday
  • 7:35 AM to 8:35 AM at Holy Trinity Church every Sunday
  • Every First Friday after the 7:00 AM Mass at St. Joseph Church 
  • or call priest for appointment

Eucharistic Adoration

First Thursdays at Holy Trinity Church
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
First Fridays at St. Joseph Church:
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
 

Spanish Rosary

Every Wednesday at St. Joseph Church
1:30 PM 
Every First Friday at 1:00 PM
 

Parochial Administrator: 

REV. FR. ROBERT BADGER

Deacon: Rev. Mr. Matthew Lamoreux

 Upcoming Events cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19

 

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