St Vincent and St Mary of the Crown are so blessed to be part of God’s country here in the valley, especially in the communities of Basalt, El Jebel and Carbondale. We pray that many may encounter the living Jesus, especially at the celebration of the Eucharist at both our churches. May the Good Lord bless you always and please contact us with any prayer intentions, needs or questions.
Fr. Rick Nakvasil
(English) 5:00pm Mass will be Indoor (Wear a Face Mask) (Spanish) TEMPORARY 6:30pm Mass will be Indoor (Wear a Face Mask)
(English) 10:30am Mass will be Indoor (Wear a Face Mask)
(Spanish) 12:30pm Mass will be Indoor (Wear a Face Mask)
St. Mary of the Crown:
(English) 7:00am will be TEMPORARY Inside mainly for elderly (Wear a Mask)
(English) 8:30am, will be Inside (Wear a Face Mask)
(Spanish) 6:00pm will be Inside (Wear a Face Mask)
Confession: Our Confessions are from 1:00-2:00pm at St. Mary of the Crown and 4:00-4:45pm at St. Vincent.
When daily Mass is celebrated, almost always we will have a Holy Hour. During every Holy Hour Fr. Rick will be available for Confessions.
Please show the utmost patience with our volunteers who will help guide you to your seat, and at the end of Mass, they will help each family leave in orderly fashion.
As wonderful gift the Eucharist is don’t force yourself, to receive the Eucharist if you’re extremely worried about the transition of the Virus. Remember, the main reason why we go to Holy Mass is to make things right with God and receive His Grace.
We are one family bonded in Christ. We are called by God to serve the needs of all His people and to live and teach by Christ’s example. Welcoming all in their uniqueness, we share our prayers and Eucharistic worship, our gifts and talents and our joys and sufferings. We trust in the Word that leads us and nurtures us.
We the people of St. Vincent Parish; welcome all to the tradition of our patron saint. We are called:
We, the Catholic Community of St. Mary of the Crown are a family bonded in Christ and enveloped in the love of our mother, Mary. We are called by God to vitally concerned for one another. As we journey together, we share our prayer and worship, our gifts and talents, our joys and sufferings, trusting in the Word that nurtures and leads us…
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