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MASS TIMES & RECONCILIATION

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Our Five Pillars of Church.

Find Faith In Our Pillars

The people within our walls are filled with such love and joy!

Our ministries reach across all social boundaries.

Never stop learning with our Adult Education programs.

Mass & Reconciliation Times (by season)

Winter Season [January – Palm Sunday]

Daily Mass | Mon-Sat 8:00 am
Saturday Vigil Mass 3:30 & 5: 30 pm | Vietnamese 8:00 pm
Sunday 7:15 | 9:15 | 11:15 am
Spanish Mass 1:30 pm

Reconciliation

Saturdays after 8:00am Mass

Summer Season [Post-Easter]

Daily Mass | Mon-Sat 8:00am
Saturday Vigil Mass 4:00 pm | Vietnamese 8:00 pm
Sunday 7:15 | 9:15 | 11:15 am
Spanish Mass 1:30 pm

Reconciliation

Saturdays after 8:00am Mass

Connect: Upcoming Events & Happenings

Upcoming Event

First Friday Adoration

On the First Friday of each month, the Adoration Chapel will be open from 9:00am to 9:00pm to allow those who work the opportunity to pray in the evening. Sign up to be an adorer by visiting the church website…
Upcoming Event

Blood Pressure Check: Weekend of September 28th & 29th

WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 28-29 The parish nurses will be in the Narthex after all Masses on September 28th & 29th. You may want to bring your digital blood pressure cuff to church this weekend and we can compare readings to…
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Parking Lot Repaving Project

The construction company, PMI will be repaving the parking lot through September. Please continue to follow the caution tape and cones to avoid parking in an area that is not ready for traffic. Please listen for the church announcements. We…

The 23rd Times: Bulletin & News

September 11, 2019

Sept 15th, 2019 | The 23rd Times

September 4, 2019 in Bulletin, Special Masses & Celebrations, The 23rd Times

Sept 8th, 2019 | The 23rd Times

Never Forget: Reflection & Prayer by: Greg Gudorf - Catholic Exchange September 11 was a pivotal moment in American history. When the World Trade Center towers fell, many Americans felt their sense of security vanish as well. Before, enemies attacked…
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August 29, 2019 in Bulletin, Holy Day, The 23rd Times

Sept 1st, 2019 | The 23rd Times

LABOR DAY BLESSINGS What Does Labor Day Mean For Christians? by: Cynthia Genovese - Catholic News THE IMPORTANCE OF WORK: One of the most popular themes in scripture is that of work. When God created Adam, one of the first…
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August 20, 2019 in Bulletin, Grow, The 23rd Times, The Catholic Faith

August 25th, 2019 | The 23rd Times

The Mission of Marriage by: Mary C. Tillotson - Catholic Exchange Are you getting excited about your impending wedding or celebrating an anniversary? Well, this union isn’t exactly a straightforward regimen toward holiness and isn’t the default life plan for…
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August 15, 2019 in Bulletin, Grow, The 23rd Times

August 18th, 2019 | The 23rd Times

Helping Kids Cope with Back to School Anxiety by John Piacentini, PhD - Catholic News Going back to school can be such a stressful time for kids and their families. Starting a new school year can make kids nervous, especially…
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Empathy in Action

Compassionate Ministries

Compassion is sometimes the fatal capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside somebody else’s skin. It is the knowledge that there can never really be any peace and joy for me until there is peace and joy finally for you too. Our Compassionate Services Ministry is the most delicate of all our ministries at St. John XXIII. True compassion lives in you… really.

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Expand Our Reach.

Outreach Ministries

Outreach is important to our church because it is important to God and that makes it important to every Christian for the following reason. Outreach was commanded by Christ. Before His ascension, Jesus told the disciples that their impact on the world should start in their city and expand its influence into the entire world.

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Total Devotion

Worship Ministries

The Mass is the Lord’s Supper. The Mass is the celebration of the paschal mystery of Jesus Christ. Christ instituted the Eucharist in the cenacle on Holy Thursday, in the framework of the Jewish Passover, to leave to all Christians the new Passover with its saving presence until the end of time. Celebrate what we believe.

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Grow… because your spiritual formation should never end…

We now have access to FORMED, a remarkable online source of learning. In parish studies, catechetical training, small groups, family devotions or personal faith-formation, FORMED provides the essentials of the Catholic Faith – accessible, clear, faithful and inspiring. There is no cost to you, our parishioner. This is truly a gift! Please register at the following address and you will have access to the entire program of videos, audio, e-books and movies. Register at formed.org.

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Just a Snapshot at How We’ve Grown

We like to measure the metrics that matter.

390

Families Registered Last Year

7157

Total Membership

3589

Families in Our Flock (and Growing)

Would you like to start growing in your Faith?

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So Many Ways to Give

When you Dig Deep Into Your Time & Talents, the Impact is Exponential!

Time: Volunteerism

The practice of Stewardship of Time, Talent and Treasure is a grateful response to our deep heartfelt desire to give something back to God in thanksgiving for all we have received, including the gift of life itself.

Talent: Teach & Use Your Skills

We encourage you to read through the Ministry section of our site for different opportunities in which to spend your most precious resource. God has given you many talents, and only a certain amount of time – use them in His name!

Treasure: Give YOUR Way

As we celebrate our 12th year as a parish, we give thanks to God for His grace and abundant blessings. Since our earliest days, we gratefully acknowledge our past and our present by building for our future.