Our summer priest - help might be a bit scarce this season, the number of extra priests available to help at parishes is getting stretched thin; and, after all, retired priests do deserve a break and rest when they so choose. So, a “heads-up”-- this summer we might have to adjust our 10:00 a.m. Mass to start as close to that as possible--as soon as I drive back from our 9:00 a.m. Mass in Tahoma. Please keep our retired priests in your prayers, that they be healthy and happy.
Again, as every summer, we welcome our dear friends, guests and visitors who worship and pray with us here in our lovely Tahoe community. A “welcome back” also to our seasonal parishioners! For us “year rounders” we are always overjoyed, welcoming everyone to our beautiful parish community and church. It is an eloquent statement of our faith when we make the effort to participate in Holy Mass, even as we travel. We are especially happy when we see entire families coming to Mass together! May God shower you with his choicest blessings and watch over our country as we celebrate our national holiday’s month.