St. Jerome's Catholic Church
Welcome to Saint Jerome Parish. We hope that you find our Parish warm and welcoming. You are invited to explore our website. Please join us for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, Sacraments and our activities.
English: Tues, Thurs-Fri.......8:00 A.M
Wed. . . . . . .10:30 A.M
Spanish: Tues....6:00 P.M
English: Saturday.......5:00 P.M.
Spanish: Saturday........6:30 P.M
Or through appointment
Saturday, April 10 - 5:00 AM English Mass
Sunday, Abril 10 - 6:30 PM Spanish Mass
Sunday, April 11 - 9:30 AM English Mass
Sunday, Abril 11 - 12:00 PM Spanish Mass
Due to Pandemic, wearing masks at Mass will be MANDATORY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION IN THIS CRUCIAL SAFETY MEASURE.
As always, thank you for wearing your mask and social distancing at Mass.
REMINDER: PLEASE NO HUGGING OR SHAKING OF HANDS AT THE SIGN OF PEACE. IF YOU TAKE A “UNITED IN CHRIST” MISSAL FROM THE BOX, PLEASE TAKE IT HOME WITH YOU AND BRING IT BACK WITH YOU FOR EACH MASS. DO NOT PUT BACK IN THE BOX OR LEAVE THEM IN THE CHURCH.
Please join us on Sundays at 9:00 am to pray the Rosary for peace.
The Public Health District announces the opening of distribution for the COVID-19 vaccine for people over 16 and over!!! GET YOUR VACCINATION NOW!!!
Idaho Catholic Appeal has kicked off so please give special discernment to your contribution to this important campaign. Our Goal is $43,657.75 and remember for every dollar we go over our goal that will be returned to our parish. We thank you for your generosity always. We have received $22,637.10
On Sunday, April 11th we will celebrate Divine Mercy at 3:00 pm here at the Main Church.
It is not too late to purchase a Name Plate in a memorandum. There are still plenty of spaces left. The plates are $100 and they are beautiful.
WE WILL BE UTILIZING HANDS-FREE THERMOTERS FOR THOSE ENTERING OUR CHURCH
We will be following the Governor's STAY SAFE Order. The Celebration of the Mass at St. Jerome Catholic Church will be held as long as state-established criteria are met.
Isaiah 41: 10 “Do not fear: I am with you; do not be anxious: I am your God. I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.”
Psalm 46:2 “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in distress.”
Father's Weekly Reflection
Eight days after the resurrection of Christ, the Christian community gathers to continue the celebration of the Passover of Christ. The Gospel highlights the first two appearances of Jesus after his resurrection.
Jesus appears to his disciples in the Upper Room when they were gathered “behind closed doors.” Jesus extends to them the gift of peace with the greeting “peace be with you.” Later, Jesus shows them the marks of the nails in his hands, as proof that it was truly him. After the greeting, the risen Christ asks the Apostles to continue with his mission entrusted to him by the Father.
Today, on this second Sunday of Easter, we celebrate the Divine Mercy. As we know the celebration of this holiday originates on the private revelations of Saint Faustina Kowalska. Let us remember, that in 2000, Saint John Paul II, at the canonization of St. Faustina said, “from now on the whole Church will designate this Sunday by the name of Sunday of Divine Mercy.” St. John Paul II himself day the Divine Mercy Sunday would be enriched with plenary indulgence so the faithful may more abundantly receive the gift of the consolations of the Holy Spirit and thus cultivate a renewed charity towards God and toward neighbor . . .”
St. Faustina, Pray for us!
Pastor. Adrián Vázquez