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MASS TIMES & RECONCILIATION

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

Our ministries reach across all social boundaries.

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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

Sign the Petition: Our Nation Must Lead on Climate Change

Catholic Climate Covenant

“While the situation is not good and the planet is suffering, the window of opportunity is still open. Despite everything. Let us not let it close. Let us open it with our determination to cultivate integral human development, to ensure a better life for future generations.”

The time to take action is NOW. The United States must lead on climate action and the US Senate must ensure that we participate in international agreements which seek to prevent the impacts from climate change from doing irreparable harm to our common home and our shared future.

During this Season of Creation, and in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, whose Feast Day we celebrate on October 4th, we urge you to sign the Senate Petition for International Climate Action.

Connect: Upcoming Events & Happenings

Upcoming Event

Blood Pressure Check: Weekend of January 25th & 26th

The parish nurses will be in the Narthex after all Masses the weekend of January 25th & 26th. You may want to bring your digital blood pressure cuff to church this weekend and we can compare readings to evaluate the…
Upcoming Event

Faith & Wine: Thursday, January 23rd

Thursday, JANUARY 23 - 6:30pm ST. JOHN XXIII Catholic Church $18 Donation Register at: www.faithandwineleecounty.com Guest Speaker: KELLY NIETO “My Holy Mess”
Upcoming Event

Parish Picnic: Saturday, January 25th

Join us for the Annual Parish Picnic on SATURDAY, JANUARY 25th from 11am-2pm HOT DOGS, HAMBURGERS, SALADS AND DESSERT WILL BE PROVIDED! Bring your own lawn chairs, shade tents, blankets and water bottle to refill. Enjoy: Bounce Houses - Fire…

The 23rd Times: Bulletin & News

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Jan 12th, 2020 | The 23rd Times

Baptism of the Lord By: Cynthia Genovese - Catholic Exchange This Sunday, the Catholic Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Baptism of Our Lord. This brings to an end the season of Christmas. The Church recalls Our Lord’s second manifestation…
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December 31, 2019 in Grow, Holy Day, The 23rd Times, The Catholic Faith

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Magi 2020 By: Father Angelo Arrando This weekend, with the celebration of Epiphany and Matthew’s story of the Magi, yet another Christmas Season comes to an end. Once again, we liturgically celebrated the coming of Jesus, born of Mary in…
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December 23, 2019 in Holy Day, The 23rd Times, The Catholic Faith

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Feast of The Holy Family From the: The Congregation for the Clergy - Catholic Culture The devotion to the Holy Family was born in Bethlehem, together with the Baby Jesus. The shepherds went to adore the Child and, at the…
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December 18, 2019 in Advent, The 23rd Times, The Catholic Faith

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Peace: 4th Sunday of Advent The Lessons of Advent - What the Church Teaches Us by: Stephen Beale - Catholic Exchange Be Watchful: Our associated attitude should be a mixture of hope, expectation, and holy fear. In placing ourselves in…
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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.