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Emerging from the pandemic stronger in our faith!
SUNDAY MASSSaturday 5 PM
Sunday 8 AM, 10 AM, 5 PM
Congregation size will be limited. Physical distancing is required - There must be at least one empty pew and six feet between you and the next parishioner. Face masks are highly encouraged. The Bishop’s dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday mass remains in place. Communion will no longer be offered after Masses.
Monday - Friday 6:30 AM
Monday - Saturdays 8:30 AM
Rising with Christ: The Plan for Restoring Parish Life
Parishioner Guidelines for Preparing to return to public Masses.READ GUIDELINES NOW
Monday - Saturday 8 - 8:25 AM
Saturday 3 - 4 PM
Fridays 6:30 PM
First Fridays (September - May) 10 AM
Adoration Chapel Open 24 Hours
First Fridays (September - May) 11 AM
16245 N. 60th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM
Fridays 8 AM - 1 PM
SAINT JOHN XXIII LOCATION
16235 N. 60th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
SAINT JOHN XXIII OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday 7 AM - 3:30 PM
Please Don't Forget to Tithe
St. Bernadette is a large parish with many ministries that will be ongoing during the coronavirus precautions these next few weeks, including e-learning at the St. John XXIII School and the Faith Formation department sending resources to their ministry participants. Our St. Vincent de Paul Society will also play a key role in assisting those who may find themselves uncharacteristically in need.
We still need financial support!
The extent of how quickly the parish will rebound after this virus passes will be contingent on financial support during this time. Don’t forget St. Bernadette when you pay your bills so we can pay ours! Please consider increasing your giving during this time, as well.
Set up online giving here, or mail in your check to the Parish Office. Thank you for your thoughtful and generous support.
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Our parish sincerely wants to serve you with all the resources that our faith supplies. Take a moment, even right now, to tell God what you are looking for here. It is amazing that a simple search to find out what time Mass is can hide a deeper desire to worship God, or to return to God, or to become a Christian disciple.
A website is impersonal, but our God is very personal, and God is always looking for us, for any hint that we might be in need, or desiring to do something great for Him. My guess is that God is the one who you are really seeking, and He said that all who seek will find.
All Saints vs. Halloween10-25-2020Fr. Don Kline, V.F.
Peace and Joy in Our Lord Jesus!
I’m sure you have seen the rather macabre Halloween scenes in front yards around your neighborhood. The fascination with evil is troubling. The way our culture currently recognizes Halloween is more than scary… it is wrong. Let me attempt to clarify a few things. Next week we will celebrate the Feast of All Saints, which is celebrated every November 1st. This celebration dates back to the fourth century. It was originally called the Feast of All Martyrs. The words “martyr” and “saint” originally meant basically the same thing — someone who is a witness to Christ even unto death.READ MORE
If there is anything we can do for you, please let us know. The staff at St. Bernadette’s is here to serve. Feel free to stop by the Parish Office or call 480-905-0221 with questions or for more information.
Know that you are always welcome at St. Bernadette’s Catholic Church!