3674 Hwy 47 - Peralta, NM 87042

Welcome to Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish - Peralta

Serving the Communities of

Bosque Farms, Peralta & Valencia

All Masses are open, and do not require a reservation.

*Remember we are open at 25% capacity, meaning we are allowed no more than 40 parishioners at each Mass.

*Anyone attending Mass is required to wear a mask, and maintain a 6 feet social distance.

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Upcoming Events

All Events are cancelled until further notice. 

Mass Times

Saturday: Peralta 5:00 p.m
Sunday Peralta 8:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.
Sunday Valencia 9:30 a.m.
Weekdays Tuesday - Friday 8:00 a.m.
Rosary 30 minutes before each Mass

Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. or by appointment

Baptisms: 3rd Sunday of each month at the 11:15 Mass.

Office Hours

Church Office Hours : Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m
Telephone : 505-869-2189

Father Emmanuel UC Izuka's Office Hours:
Tuesday- Friday
9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. or by appointment
Telephone: 505-869-2189

Faith Formation Office Hours
Summer Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Telephone: 505-869-6993

Parish News

All Masses are open, and do not require a reservation.

*Remember we are open at 25% capacity, meaning we are allowed no more than 40 parishioners at each Mass.

*Anyone attending Mass is required to wear a mask, and maintain a 6 feet social distance.


Please remember when sending in your offerings to make individual checks for different types of collections. We are unable to split checks into different collection types at this time. Thank you.


The Archbishop has given us permission to begin open up our churches. Reopening will be accomplished in phases. Please remember that the Archbishop can revise these regulations at any time. 


The mandate calls for attendance to be limited to 25% of building capacity. This means Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Peralta will be able to allow 40 individuals per Mass.  Dispensation from Sunday obligation remains for all and safety for the common good is the priority. 


Due to limited seating at Mass, we are turning on the outside speakers for parishioners to listen to Mass in their vehicles. For Communion, an Extraordinary Minister will dispense the Eucharist outside the front of the church. God be with all of us during this difficult time. Thank you for your support and patience, while we try new things.


Persons over 60 and with compromised immune systems are advised that they are at increased risk and are encouraged to remain home. This also pertains to anyone who is sick/symptomatic, has health vulnerabilities or weakened immune systems. We are also asking that children under the age of 9 remain home. NM has the second highest percentage of infected children in the US. Those persons with allergies who are sneezing/coughing should also refrain from attending out of charity to others.


What does this mean for our parish?  All Masses (8 am, Tuesday-Friday daily Mass, Saturday evening 5:00 pm Mass, Sunday, 8 am, 9:30 am, and 11:15 am Masses) will be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Peralta as of Wednesday, May 20.



  1. OBEDIENCE IS BETTER THAN SACRIFICE (1 Samuel 15: 22): Obedience to God through listening to Him as He speaks to me through His Church and men and women (Doctors and Scientists). God has given talents and intelligence to unravel things as they impact the world.
  2. HUMILITY: I do not know if I have Covid-19, therefore I can spread the virus before I have its symptoms.
  3. KINDNESS: I do not know if the person next to me has a family member who is extremely ill or has an autoimmune disease, I might be endangering their life.
  4. LOVE: I want to do what is required of me to assist in stopping the spread of this deadly virus. That way everyone will be safe and healthy, and everything can go back to normal. I wear the mask because I love you, I care about you and I do not want to make you sick.

ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!!! “The Lord knows that evil and sin do not define us; they are diseases and infections. And He comes to heal them with the Holy Eucharist, which contains the antibodies to our negative memory. With Jesus, we can become immune to sadness. We will always remember our failures, troubles, problems at home and at work, our unrealized dreams. But their weight will not crush us because Jesus is present even more deeply, encouraging us with His love.” Pope Francis. God loves you and so do I.


There will be a Liturgy Committee Meeting July 7th at 7 pm in the Parish Hall. All members are asked to attend. Please make sure to wear a mask, and social distancing will be observed. Thank you.


If you would like a digital copy of our bulletin, please call the office (505) 869-2189 or email us at [email protected]. We will have a bulletin delivered to your email weekly, beginning in the middle of July. 

Saint of the Day

Sts. Aquila and Priscilla

Saints Aquila and Priscilla were a Jewish couple from Rome who had been exiled to Corinth, and were friends of St. Paul in the first century. They hosted St. Paul on his visit to that city and were probably converted by him. They are mentioned a few times in the New Testament in glowing terms by their friend Paul, who calls them "my helpers in Christ, who have for my life laid down their own necks" (Romans 16:3-4).They were tentmakers, thus sharing the same profession as Paul, and because of this it is thought that Paul may have worked with them. Acts 18:18-19 tells us that they accompanied Paul to Ephesus and stayed there with him for three years.In the era of house churches - when Mass was always celebrated in the house of one of the Christian community - their house was an important one.According to tradition they were martyred in Rome on their return, probably around the same time as St. Paul.

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