Pentecost Sunday: June 9. Regular Sunday Mass Schedule. “...the one who is coming after me is mightier than I. I am not worthy to carry his sandals. He will baptize you with the holy Spirit and fire.” John 16:28
To our newest priests!! Fr. Ricardo Arriola and Fr. Justin Cormie from St. John Vianney Parish, will celebrate their Masses of Thanksgiving on June 9, 2019 at 9:30am; 11:00am; 12:30pm; and 2:00pm.
Join fellow SJV parishioners for a Night at the Ballpark on Tuesday, July 23, 7:10pm. SJV Choir will sing the National Anthem! Special Group Tickets, $1 Hot Dog Night!! Tickets are going fast, reserve yours today!
Join us for delicious dinner on June 10, as we kickoff our Summer Bible Study 'Moving Mountains: Living the Ten Commandments.' We'll meet on Wednesdays, 7pm. Begins on June 12. No RSVP required.
It's time to register for CCE and Sacrament Preparation 2019-2020. CCE forms are available online or in the Youth Formation Office. Sacrament Preparation forms are only available in the office. Give the gift of Faith!
Interested in becoming Catholic? Know someone who is? The RCIA is a step-by-step process by which interested persons explore the Catholic Faith. Contact the Adult Formation office to learn more.
Join us this Fall as we deepen our understanding of Scripture with Genesis to Jesus and the Great Adventure. Walk with Bishop Barron through the Mass, and be transformed with Sacred Story.
Do you know someone that is ill, homebound, in the hospital, or in an assisted living center in need of pastoral care? Interested in serving in this ministry? Contact the Parish Office for more information.
Join us and Bishop Robert Barron on a journey around the world and deep into the catholic faith in all its richness, history and beauty. The ten week Catholicism series begin Sep 11. Register today!
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“Could you not watch one hour with Me?” By prayer and Adoration of our Lord exposed in the Eucharist we bring Christ to His people. Many opportunities exist to spend time with the Lord as our parish is blessed to have perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Liturgy of the Hours is every weekday morning and evening at 6:30 a.m. (Lauds) and 6:30 p.m. (Vespers) in the Adoration Chapel.