St. Gall Catholic Community

1343 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville, NV, 89410 | (775) 782-2852 | (775) 782-3784 (Religious Ed)

Mass Times

Beginning Monday, May 10th, seating will be on a first come, first served basis until capacity is reached.  Doors will be lock after Mass begins.

  • Saturday Masses:  4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. (Spanish)
  • Sunday Masses:  8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
  • Weekday Masses:  Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 11:00 a.m.
  • Live Streamed Masses:
    Sunday, June 13th, 10:00 a.m.  CLICK HERE

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New Covid Protocols for Liturgies in the Diocese of Reno

DailyMass2Beginning Monday, May 10th, we will no longer require reservations for Masses.  Seating will be on first come first serve basis until capacity is reached. The church will be sectioned off for seating with 3' and 6' distancing.

The doors to the church will remain locked once Mass begins.


 New Diocese Protocol

Social distancing

  1. A parish is to review first the specific plan for its county before making changes in social distancing.
  1. If a county allows for 100% occupancy without any requirement of social distancing, a parish may provide section(s) for 3 ft. distance and section(s) for 6 ft. This will allow parishioners to choose the section that satisfies their concern for safety.

The parish is to determine the size of the sections—3 ft. and 6 ft.—according to the needs of parishioners. If more parishioners decide to sit in the 6 ft. section, then obviously more space needs to be allocated for them. Conversely, if most sit in the 3 ft. section, then that section will accommodate their choice. Clearly, this seating arrangement will need to be monitored and changes made depending on comfort level along with the transmission rate of the virus, the percentage of vaccinations, and other factors.

Moving to 3 ft. while providing a 6 ft. section should provide a marked and welcome increase in attendance capacity.

  1. If a county allows for 100% occupancy “with social distancing requirements” or “according to the CDC guidelines,” consult with the county on what this specifically means. If no definition is given, then a parish can proceed to implement #2 above. However, if a county states the requirements as the current 6 ft., then the parish follows this measure.

Masks

When the presider speaks at the chair, when at the ambo, and when at the altar, he may choose to take his mask off at these moments.

The same applies to deacons, lectors, and others when speaking from the ambo or podium.

Care must be taken for sanitation. At the altar, if the presider removes his mask, the elements for Eucharist should be covered with a pall.

At all other times, masks are to be worn at Mass.

Contact tracing

Each parish is to determine the method for informing people of possible exposure to the Coronavirus that best suits its situation and its ability to communicate this information in an effective manner.

Sanitation and ventilation

There are no changes in our current provisions for sanitation and ventilation in our worship spaces.


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Upcoming Events

Wednesday, Jun 16
04:30PM -
Protecting God's Children Awareness Session
Friday, Jun 18
09:00AM - 11:00AM
Knights of Columbus Food Drive
Friday, Jun 18
06:30PM -
Confirmation
Sunday, Jun 27
10:00AM -
Liturgy on the Green
Monday, Jun 28
09:00AM - 12:00PM
Vacation Bible School "Treasured" - Day 1
Sunday, Jul 18
08:00AM - 05:00PM
RCIA Sacraments and Initiations
Friday, Aug 06
07:00AM - 05:00PM
Rummage Sale (Day 1)

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