From the Bishop

November 13, 2020 Message to the Faithful from Bishop Jaime Soto

Dear Friends in Christ:

I have directed the pastors in parishes that are located in “purple tier” counties to offer Mass and provide to the Faithful the opportunity to attend virtually, either by live-steaming or other visual technology starting this Sunday, November 15, 2020, the Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time. Pastors presently offering Mass outdoors may continue to do so, weather permitting  [Read more]

All Masses are celebrated outdoors at the Parish Hall, 2355 Monroe Avenue...

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s reopening system classifies counties into four tiers based on metrics developed by state officials. Which tier a county falls in determines what can be reopened. As of November 4, Tehama County remains Tier 1, "purple." Places of worship and cultural ceremonies are "Open" outdoors only with modifications.

 

 

Read the Rural Association of Northern California Health Officers' (RANCHO) October 28 statement:

Staying the Course: Protecting Our Communities from COVID-19

 

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Use these links to connect with the resources of the Diocese of Sacramento and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops:

 


Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Red Bluff, California
Sunday, November 22nd
Sunday, November 22nd

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