Welcome to St. John XXIII

Mass Schedule - Saturday 4:00pm | Sunday 7:15, 9:15, 11:15 am & 5:00 pm | Daily Mass 8:00 am.

Hurricane Irma Information

Our office hours and Mass schedule have returned to normal. However, it’s that time of year when we add the 5:00 pm Mass to Sunday again. We look forward to seeing you there. We will also send out an E-newsletter with updates. If you don’t receive it, go to the bottom of this page and sign up. Thank you, and God bless. -FB

Our Second Collection today is for Catholic Charities in Lee County

Our Diocese has set up Hurricane Irma Relief Centers throughout the Diocese In Fort Myers:

Jesus the Worker at 8881 Nuna Avenue, Fort Myers, FL
239-693-5333 or 239-693-0640 (not always working)
open from 12:00pm – 5:00pm Monday-Sat.
If you want to volunteer come at 11:00 am

They have a large shipment of food and water that came in this week but they need:

Diapers, wipes, cleaning products, juices, boxes of milk, feminine products, flashlights, toiletries, Garbage bags, gas cards.

As a community, we come together to help our neighbors most in need.
Thank you for your generosity, kindness and patience.

Come, Engage & Get Involved.

We look forward to having you get involved and deepen your faith here.
Mass Times

Saturday 4:00 pm Vigil
Saturday 8:00 pm Vietnamese Vigil
Sunday 7:15 | 9:15 | 11:15 am | 5:00 pm
Daily Mass 8:00 am Mon-Sat
Confession: Saturdays after 8:00am Mass

For more information on Mass times, click here.


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.

Find out more here.

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.

Here are the different ways to give.

Marietta Jaeger on Forgiveness

Marrieta’s story will stretch your imagination to its boundaries of pain and suffering. She’s traveled the world for the past 40 years, speaking to audiences about the importance of developing our ability to forgive.

She spent ten years speaking at a rehabilitation facility for clergy. She’s been interviewed in Rome by the Vatican Radio three times, and testified to the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva, Switzerland.

“I went to Nicaragua to find out what was really going on with the campesinos,” Marietta shares. “How were they able to maintain a spirit of forgiveness during a period of daily occupation? This was an occupation of violence. Life was being taken every day.”   


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.
September 21, 2017 in A Father Bob-Cast, Bulletin, Events, Pope Francis, The 23rd Times

Sept. 24th, 2017 | The 23rd Times

Hope After the Storm: We are stronger together. We would like to thank everyone who volunteered their time to help St. John XXIII Catholic Church to be up and running…

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September 7, 2017 in Bulletin, Events, The 23rd Times, The Catholic Faith

Sept. 10th, 2017 | The 23rd Times

Remember September: A Teacher’s Reflection of 9/11 By Clayton Atkins – Bishop Verot Teacher I wrote this piece last year, the day before the 15th anniversary of 9/11. I wrote…

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August 30, 2017 in A Father Bob-Cast, Bulletin, Events, The 23rd Times

Sept. 3rd, 2017 | The 23rd Times

Catholic groups mobilizing to help in Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath By Rhina Guidos | Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholic dioceses and charities are quickly organizing to help in the…

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