Come, Engage & Get Involved.
We look forward to having you get involved and deepen your faith here.
Saturday 4:00 pm Vigil
Saturday 8:00 pm Vietnamese Vigil
Sunday 7:15 | 9:15 | 11:15 am
Daily Mass 8:00 am Mon-Sat
Confession: Saturdays after 8:00am Mass
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We offer many opportunities for everyone in your family to get involved in our parish while serving God. We do not think ourselves into new ways of living, we live ourselves into new ways of thinking.
Opportunities to Give
We all know that the spiritual benefits of giving far outweigh the costs. We all have either time, talent or treasure that God wants us to share. Our paths are shaped by how we share these gifts.
A good Parish should inspire you all week long.
“The most amazing fact about Jesus, unlike almost any other religious founder, is that he found God in disorder and imperfection—and told us that we must do the same or we would never be content on this earth.”
My friends, we are living in crazy times. All you need to do is turn on the television or visit any news blog to see it unfold before our eyes. Our task is to increase our spiritual capacity despite it all. We do this by having a closer relationship with God, and with our neighbors.
This Parish is a parish of inclusion and vitality. I invite you to listen to our podcasts, join our ministries and get involved. We need to stay strong in these volatile times. My prayer for you is that you lead happy and fulfilled lives. We can ONLY do this by walking in His footsteps. Sin happens when we stop growing spiritually, so walk with us here at St. John XXIII.
It’s great to have you.
-Father Bob Tabbert
From the 23rd Times Blog
Check out our bulletins and the latest news from the Parish.
July 31st, 2016 | The 23rd Times
Celebrate Faith Formation The Faith Formation Program at St. John XXIII strives to provide a Christian atmosphere of faith, love, and compassion to welcome children and families into our program….Read More
July 24th, 2016 | The 23rd Times
Police chaplains struggle amid summer of pain, fear By Rhina GuidosJuly 14, 2016 | CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON – The week had been emotionally draining at the predominantly black parish…Read More