Welcome to Saint John XXIII

As a Parish, we the members of Pope John XXIII Catholic Community, share in a broader vision of where we have come from (our origins), who we are as a people (our identity), and where we are going (our final destiny).

This vision is articulated in the inspired writings of Sacred Scripture, especially the Gospels, and in the practices and teachings of the Catholic Church down through the ages, especially the directives of the Second Vatican Council.

Mass Times

5:00 pm

9:00 am,  11:00 am

Fr. Denis Kigozi

Mission Statement

Pope John XXIII Catholic Community is a newly formed parish dedicated to blending the plurality and diversity of our parishioners into the unity of the Body of Christ.

We are dedicated to living the teachings of Jesus Christ and the practices of Catholic sacramental life in the midst of our modern society.

We commit ourselves to the rich variety of lay and clerical ministries, exercised in a collaborative manner, within and beyond our parish community.

As a people under the patronage of Pope John XXIII, we realize the need to be especially concerned with the spiritual life, liturgical renewal, ecumenism, justice and our relationship to the world.

Today's Readings

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE – Knights of Columbus St. Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli Council 16561 is looking for Catholic men 18 years+ to add to our fraternity. If you can spare 24 hours per year and would like to be involved in charitable and social works, we want to talk to you. Brother...

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UPCOMING SERVICE/COMMUNITY EVENTS April 8 – The Middle School and High School Youth Groups will be participating in “Scouting for Food.” This is a great opportunity to earn some service hours while assisting the local Community Food Pantry. For those that are interested, we will...

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LENTEN FRIDAY EUCHARISTIC ADORATION AND STATIONS OF THE CROSS – Each Friday in Lent beginning March 3, 2017 we will have Eucharistic Adoration following morning Mass. We will conclude with Stations of the Cross and Benediction at 6:30 p.m. Come when you can; leave when you have to. You can als...

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