Welcome to St. Gabriel The Archangel Byzantine Catholic Church

(Byzantine Rite)

Welcome To St. Gabriel Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite)

Our parish family is honored and pleased to have you share in the life of the Church. We are deeply committed to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We strive to be a warm, welcoming and caring parish in which the gifts and talents of all, young and old are recognized and used to nourish others.


On Sunday mornings and other special occasions following Liturgy (Mass), you are most welcome to join us for fellowship and refreshments next door in the parish Activities Center. If you are new to the Las Vegas area or visiting, you are most welcome to join us and bring a friend. If you

are looking for a spiritual home, consider St. Gabriel Catholic Church.

Parish Mission Statement

We the Parish Family of St. Gabriel Catholic Church have been anointed in Baptism and sent forth with compassion to witness to God's loving and liberating presence. 


We celebrate with joy the Gospel of life and the sacraments which nourish and empower us with the Spirit of Christ. The history of our Catholic Tradition, the experience of our families, and the diversity of our cultures, languages, and gifts strengthen and unite us as the Body of Christ. 


We seek to follow the example of our Patron the Archangel Gabriel, who brought Good news to all the world and reminds us of our mission to be messengers of love and hope. 


We are especially committed to and challenged by our faith, to form leaders among the children, youth and adults of our Church community.


The courageous examples of all those who have come before us, inspire and guide us. Let us be called to build God's Reign of harmony and peace within our families, community, and world. 

Pastor's Letter

Dear People of St. Gabriel Catholic Church


I once heard a Jewish Rabbi explain that religion involves three things: belonging, believing, and becoming. I would like to see St. Gabriel's as a parish family where belonging, believing and becoming are our top priorities.


Belonging

Belonging in the sense that goes beyond "warm fuzzies." Belonging in the sense that you know you are welcome here and you will do what you can to make others know they are welcome. Most importantly, belonging in the sense of your personal ownership, responsibility, and commitment to the well-being of all the people in this parish family. 


Believing

Believing in the sense that from your experience of belonging to St. Gabriel's parish family and the faith example we offer each other. You will come to deepen your personal relationship with God-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Believing in a sense that you will appreciate the words of scripture: What really matters is "faith that expresses itself in love" (Gal 5:6). Believing in the sense that from your deepened personal relationship with God, your faith will be "expressed" as you accept your place in the community of the Church and the Community of the People of God. 


Becoming

Becoming in the sense that from our positive attitude and living of the Gospel and the celebration of liturgy. Your involvement in the ministries of the parish and your participation in youth and adult programs, or any new ministries or programs, which you would like to develop and approved by the pastor are most welcomed. This can allow you to grow to full maturity in Christ. 


My personal prayer is that we live this Liturgy (Mass) outside the walls, in the lives we live, the work we do, the prayers we pray, and the service we give. 


Fr. Marcus Gomori

Pastor of St. Gabriel's

Contact Us

St. Gabriel Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite)

2250 E. Maule Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89119

(702) 361-2431
(You are most welcome to leave a message and someone will return your call).

Weekly Services

SATURDAY  

Divine Liturgy (Mass/Vigil) at 4:00 pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation

One-half hour before Liturgy (Mass)  

Or by appointment. 


SUNDAY 

Third Hour at 9:45 am

Divine Liturgy (Mass) at 10:00 am 


In Full Communion with the Pope: Catholics of the Byzantine Rite are a part of the Catholic Church, led by Pope Francis I in Rome.

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