Bishop Callahan’s Letter Decree-Holy-Day-Obligation-Nov-2020
St. John’s Parish and School want to take this time to share event updates as of August 1, 2020:
- Bishop Callahan has reopened weekday Masses to the public at up to 25% seating capacity at St. John the Baptist and Holy Family Parishes. The Mass days and times will be published in the bulletin.
Public Masses on weekends resumed on Saturday, May 30, 2020, at the usual times. Please call the parish you would like to attend to reserve a spot:
Saturdays, 4 PM at St. John the Baptist Church and 7 PM at Holy Family Church;
Sundays, 9 AM at St. John the Baptist Church and 10:30 AM at Holy Family Church.
Confessions are available before the weekend Masses at normal times.
- St. John’s Church will be open daily from 7:00 am-7:00 pm.
Diocesan Annual Appeal 2020-21:
Amount needed: $18,290.00
Thank you for considering to donate.
St. John’s Parish will not be holding it annual Lenten Fish Frys. Thank you for your understanding.
A huge thank you to everyone who supported St. John’s School annual candy fundraiser. Pre-orders will be taken for the 2021 fall sale starting in July.
“Saints” Logo Clothing Order – COMING SOON!
When finalized, this order will include T-Shirts, Long Sleeve Shirts, Hooded Sweatshirts, Full Zip Hooded Sweatshirts, and Sweatpants.
This order will have a longer turnaround period, so we will be able to get an online store setup so credit cards can be used for payment.
A Year Devoted to St. Joseph: May 1, 2020 – May 1, 2021
On Friday, May 1st, Bishop Callahan began a special year of thanksgiving, petition, and honor to St. Joseph with a special Mass. In case you missed the Mass, you can view it here. In the year ahead, the diocese will offer prayers for his blessings upon our families (Patron Saint of Husbands, Fathers, and Families), our beloved dead (Patron Saint of a Happy Death), and the special needs of our Diocese (Patron Saint of the Universal Church).
As we make our way through the year, several events, prayers and novenas will be available for publication in parish bulletins. It is, of course, painfully obvious for all of us to know that our plans often turn to dust in the midst of possible tragedies and sicknesses that come our way. Please follow the Diocesan website diolc.org/year-of-st-joseph for further information and possible events.
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