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.

ASH WEDNESDAY MASSES: March 6, 2019, Ash Wednesday, is the beginning of the Lenten Season. We will have two Masses that day at 8:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.

TUESDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS LENT ADDITIONS: Beginning Tuesday, March 12, we will have Mass every Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. Beginning March 13, at 6:00 p.m., we will have a Holy Hour with Confessions. Fr. O’Connor and a visiting priest will be available for Confession during the hour. We will continue to have Confession on Saturdays at 4:00 p.m. and by appointment.  

  

Mass Times

Monday - Friday (Tuesday Prayer Service)
8:30 a.m.
 

Saturday
4:00 p.m. - Confession (or by appt.)

5:00 pm Mass

Sunday
9:00 am,  11:00 am

Pastor
Fr. Brian O'Connor

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.
 

Upcoming Events

Today's Readings

March 17 HS and MS meet at 6:00 p.m. We will begin preparations for the Stations of the Cross, which we will be hosting on Friday, April 5th. See above for more details. We will be taking time out of the next 3 meetings to practice, so please make yourself available. If you are unable to attend our ...


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LENT: There are three Traditional Lenten observances: 1. Prayer Person at home prepares by reading the Scripture prior to Sunday Mass, in addition to other personal prayer such as meditation, Rosary, spiritual readings, etc. 2. Fasting The following regulations of fast and abstinence for Catho...


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CATHOLIC TIMES ANNUAL COLLECTION: This week begins our parish collection for the Catholic Times weekly newspaper. This donation helps to provide the Catholic Times to you and many of our parishioners. Donation envelopes for this collection are included in your February collection packet. For a minim...


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