For information from the Diocese of Phoenix, please visit www.dphx.org

 

According to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the National Catholic Bioethics Center, the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are morally acceptable and viable options for combatting the virus. For the sake of public health and the commongood, it is an act of charity to receive licitly producedvaccines. Prayerfully consider getting vaccinated and consult your physician or health care provider for personalized medical information. Please continue to pray for our first responders, medicalprofessionals and public servants who continue to work selflessly throughout this pandemic. Be Healthy -Be Smart -Be Holy: www.dphx.org/stayhealthy.

De acuerdo conla Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de EE. UU. Y el Centro Nacional Católico de Bioética, las vacunas del COVID-19 Pfizer y Moderna son opciones moralmente aceptables y viables para combatir el virus. Enconsideración ala salud pública y el bienestarcomún, es un acto de caridad estar abierto a recibir estas vacunas. En oración, considere la posibilidad de vacunarse y consulte a su médico o proveedor de atención médica para obtener información de saludpersonalizada. Continúe orando por nuestros socorristas, profesionales de la saludy servidores públicos que continúan trabajando abnegadamentedurante esta pandemia. Estarsaludable -Serinteligente -Sersanto: www.dphx.org/stayhealthy.

Desert Nun Run

Saturday, March 20th

 

The Poor Clare Nuns invite you to participate in the 12th Annual Nun Run.  Due to COVID restrictions, this fundraiser will be a virtual event with a new “Prayer Walk” option.  Register by February 21st to ensure your packet will arrive by race day, Saturday, March 20th.  To learn more about the Poor Clare Nuns and this run dedicated to St. Joseph, please visit their website at desertnunrun.com. 

Also on the Diocese website at dphx.org/event/nunrun Thank you!