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St. John’s is seeking an accomplished music professional to be the parish’s Director of Music and Organist; a practicing Catholic who embraces Church teaching in its entirety on matters of faith and morals who is well familiar with Catholic liturgical

Dear Fellow Members of the St John the Evangelist Parish Family, We hope and pray that this email finds you and your families healthy, safe and well. Our local Bishop Rice Council of the Knights of Columbus was not able to run our annual Food For Families

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Food resources St. Vincent de Paul Society – Colleen Charleston – 508-435-3313 x207 Project Just Because: 508-435-6511 or email Ashland Emergency Fund – Ashland residents only 508-881-0140 x3 Clot

Please use this form to make a Mass Reservation. Please call the Parish Office with any questions or concerns, 508-435-3313 x203. Thank you!

With the re-opening of St. John’s, Father Cannon will be hearing confessions at the usual time on Saturdays, between 8:30AM and 9:15AM. Please note: Confessions will be heard in the Parish Hall. These are certainly challenging times, we appreciate y

Reading 1: A reading from the Acts of the Apostles, ACTS 2:1-11 When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled,they were all in one place together.And suddenly there came from the skya noise like a strong driving wind,and it filled the entire house in which th

Recommended by Father Cannon, Laudate is currently the most popular and comprehensive free Catholic App. With the tap of a finger access Daily Mass Readings (with Saint of the Day and Reflections). Liturgy of Hours, New American Bible, interactive Rosary

As we enter Phase 1 of re-opening, this poem is worthy of the few minutes it takes to read. A gentle reminder of the good that often comes following a struggle through difficult and challenging times. The poem has already been shared thousands of times on

Virtual Rosary Prayer Group This newly formed group meets every Wednesday at 7:30pm via Zoom. Join in any Wednesday (a little before 7:30PM), by clicking below..

Jason Evert, a renowned Catholic speaker and author, shares remarkable stories about the life of Saint John Paul, II. Providing a wealth of insight into this holy man, from those who knew him (including bishops, students whom he taught, and Swiss Guards w

On your walk…in the garden…in the car… while making dinner… with your morning coffee or tea… whenever you can find the time…. enjoy listening to inspiring stories meant to help us connect to our Faith. See this weekR

PARISH CONSECRATION TO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, filled with infinite love, broken by our ingratitude, pierced by our sins, yet loving us still, accept the consecration that we, the parish of St. John the Evangelist, makes to Y

Consecration Prayer to the Immaculate Heart of Mary I offer you, my holy Mother Mary, All my thoughts, all my actions, All my prayers and acts of charity, All my faith and good works, All my sacrifices that I make today. Grant me the grace to do everythin

First Reading – A reading from the book of Exodus 34:4B-6, 8-9 Early in the morning Moses went up Mount Sinaias the LORD had commanded him,taking along the two stone tablets. Having come down in a cloud, the LORD stood with Moses thereand proclaimed his

“Racism can often be found in our hearts– in many cases placed there unwillinglyor unknowingly by our upbringing andculture.”– U.S. bishops, Open Wide Our Hearts These are certainly unsettling times, the National awakening of the reality of persis

Thought for the week… “Racism can often be found in our hearts– in many cases placed there unwillinglyor unknowingly by our upbringing andculture.”– U.S. bishops, Open Wide Our Hearts Have we asked ourselves the questions needed to recognize

“Racism can often be found in our hearts– in many cases placed there unwillinglyor unknowingly by our upbringing andculture.”–  “Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love, A Pastoral Letter Against Racism”. Have we asked ourselves t

Examination of Conscience: A Look at Myself in the Mirror Conscience is the “core and sanctuary” within us where we are alone with God and hear his call to “love good and avoid evil” and “do this, shun that.”[3]  Let us examine our consci

George Lombardi was an infectious disease doctor living in New York City when he was summoned to India on an important mission. The story of Dr. Lombardi’s adventure, told with humor and grace, will make most smile, and many laugh out loud. Mission

This is the incredible story of a Pentecostal minister’s challenging and dramatic spiritual journey, and ultimate conversion to Catholicism, and the flock that followed him.  Available now on Formed.

Suggested Prayers for the Month of June June is the month of the Sacred Heart. This year the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart will be celebrated on June 19th (the Friday after the second Sunday following Pentecost). Of all devotions, the devotion to the Sacr

Sunday:12 PM: Love Divine All Loves Excelling5 PM: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Monday: 12 PM: Stabat Mater5 PM: Take Up Thy Cross Tuesday: 12 PM: O Sacred Head Surrounded5 PM: Attende Domine Wednesday: 12 PM: Stabat Mater5 PM: Forty Da