Welcome to St. John’s

Please note: The Cardinal has reinstated the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. To read the full letter from the Cardinal, click here.

Click here for the Mass Schedule.

Per updated Covid19 guidelines from the Archdiocese:
For those who would like to wear masks at Mass and be seated with others who are wearing masks, St. John’s has marked off a section of the church with blue tape. Please do not sit in this section if you are not wearing a mask. Thank you for your cooperation in helping to make everyone feel safe and welcome at Mass.
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First Week of Advent

Join Catholics Across the Nation in a Holy Hour for Life: Wednesday, December 1st, 7PM in the Lower Chapel

Join us as we kneel before the Lord with Catholics gathered across the nation in prayer that the Supreme Court may rule in favor of life! 

Why December 1st? On Dec. 1st, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the most important abortion case in decades. Dobbs v. Jackson challenges Mississippi’s ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. On Dec. 1st, the court will hear the case.

First Friday Mass in Honor of the Sacred Heart and Spiritual Reparation: December 3rd, 7PM in the lower chapel

We will have a first Friday Mass for the reparation of sins and sacrileges that so offend our heavenly Father; for our sins; the sins and failures of Church leadership; and for sins of the world. Following the Mass, we will pray the litany to Our Lord’s Most Sacred Heart.

Advent Meditation by Fr. Lacombe: December 14th, 7PM in the lower chapel 

St. John’s is selling Christmas cards of our newly restored mural of the Nativity. To purchase, contact the secretary at 508-435-3313. Suggested donation of $25 for a box of 25 cards. 

NOVEMBER is Dedicated to the Holy Souls in Purgatory

In the Catholic Church, the month of November is traditionally given over to prayers for the holy souls. The most powerful form of prayer for the souls in purgatory is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It is also a traditional practice to visit a cemetery and pray for the dead. Enter the names of dearly departed in the Book of the Living, found in St. John’s lower chapel.