Services on Saturday at 6pm, Sunday at 7a in Spanish, and Sunday 11am English.
Young, old, Catholic, or not; Volunteer workers gathered Saturdays from 8a.m. to noon, and beyond. After a blessing by the priest; work began and lunch awaited all helpers, for seven years.
Much fund-raising occured; from custom truck raffles, to dances, the selling of memorial adobes from the original structure, and hand-sewn quilts created by parishioners. Many hours of professional labor was donated, but some materials had to be paid for; and the donations were greatly appreciated.
Today this historic site is re-consecrated and again an important hub of the community. It is also a site of pilgrimage for local artists who paint the beautiful architecture beneath the soaring mountains, and for local craftspeople who take inspiration from the re-created fixtures and features.
The church is always open during daylight hours and welcomes all guests.