It is the mission of St. John Vianney Church to bring together disciples of Christ to worship Him and spread His word.


HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE:

 
  • Holy Thursday (Mass of the Lord’s Supper)-7:00pm (Adoration follows and continues till 11 PM.)

  • Veneration of the Cross. Begins at 7 PM

  • Holy Saturday, Easter Vigil Mass. Begins at 8 PM. The will be no 4 PM vigil Mass.

  • Easter Sunday-8:00am &10:00am

  • Confessions will be heard Palm Sunday night beginning at 6, Monday through Wednesday evenings beginning at 6, and Holy Saturday at 3 PM.

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Lenten Study Series Audio

Just in time for Holy Week: The Audio from the Lenten Study Series at St. John Vianney Church is available to stream on-line, download, or you can download it from iTunes.

Holy Week

Holy Week is the most important week in the Catholic Church. During this week, we remember our Lord’s passion. If not for the passion and death of our Savior, there would be no hoping for Heaven.

Lenten Resources

Information about Fast and Abstinence from the USCCB: Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence. For members of the Latin Catholic Church, the norms on fasting are obligatory from age 18 until age 59. When fasting, a person is…

Lenten Reading, Apps, and Audio

In case you missed it we have had a couple of additions to the website as well as to St. John Vianney Church’s entire “Digital” reach. First, In preparation for the upcoming Lenten season St. John Vianney Church is presenting a Lenten reading Plan based on the texts  from the catecheses, exhortations, and sermon excerpts of…

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Believing is nothing other than, in the darkness of the world, touching the hand of God and thus, in silence, listening to the Word, seeing Love.

Pope Benedict XVI

Yet, in the sure knowledge that the Lord is risen, we are able to move forward confidently, in the conviction that evil does not have the last word in human history.

Pope Benedict XVI

Prayer is to our soul what rain is to the soil. Fertilize the soil ever so richly, it will remain barren unless fed by frequent rains.

St. John Vianney

If God created shadows, it was to better emphasize the light.

Pope John XXIII

Lead me from death to Life, from falsehood to Truth.  Lead me from despair to hope, from fear to trust.  Lead me from hate to love, from war to peace. Let peace fill our hearts, our world, our universe.  Let us dream together, pray together, work together, to build one world of peace and justice for all.

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

Apart from the cross there is no other ladder by which we may get to heaven.

St. Rose of Lima

Jesus, Mary, Joseph,I love you very much. I beg you to spare the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted, who is in danger of abortion.  Amen.

The Venerable and Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen

It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish.

Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

We should consider those moments spent before the Blessed Sacrament as the happiest of our lives.

St. John Vianney

Jesus Christ, after having given us all he could give, that is to say, the merit of his toils, his sufferings, and bitter death; after having given us his adorable body and blood to be the food of our souls, willed also to give us the most precious thing he had left, which was his holy Mother

St. John Vianney

“Only after the Last Judgment will Mary get any rest; from now until then, she is much too busy with her children.”

St. John Vianney