Welcome to the Young Adult Ministry of St. John Vianney Catholic Church. Our ministry serves single, engaged, and married couples in their 20’s and 30’s.
Our parish is located in the heart of the Houston Energy Corridor, which places us in a wonderful position to serve the needs of the young adults of West Houston. Our goal is to create an oasis for spiritual renewal in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city.
We invite you to explore what we are all about and see what our ministry has to offer. Afterwards, please join us for our next event and let us welcome you personally to our young adult family.
See more on our Event Page
That would totally be me!!!!
6 days ago
Anyone free after work tomorrow and wants to help two elderly SJV parishioners with houses side by side close to Eldridge and Memorial?
We have a team headed there tomorrow after 5pm. Eight so far but many hands make for light works. We are racing the sunset due to no power to the homes.
One is demo work and one is pictures/cleaning our the downstairs. PM Tashina Cooper if you want to join! ... See MoreSee Less
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Remembering 9/11 with the heartfelt words/prayer of Pope John Paul II following this fateful day (September 12, 2001): "...But faith comes to our aid at these times when words seem to fail. Christ’s word is the only one that can give a response to the questions which trouble our spirit. Even if the forces of darkness appear to prevail, those who believe in God know that evil and death do not have the final say. Christian hope is based on this truth; at this time our prayerful trust draws strength from it." 🙏🏻His prayer following the 9/11 attacks: "O Almighty and merciful God, you cannot be understood by one who sows discord, you cannot be accepted by one who loves violence: look upon our painful human condition tried by cruel acts of terror and death, comfort your children and open our hearts to hope, so that our time may again know days of serenity and peace. Through Christ our Lord. Amen." ❤️ #neverforget #godblessamerica #september11 #catholic #popejohnpaulII #jesusitrustinyou ... See MoreSee Less
Great photo. Let's continue to pray for those affected by Irma.FLORIDA STRONG: The Alachua County Sheriff's Office tweeted their officers saying a prayer for their community, families, and fellow deputies before deploying to provide Irma relief. Prayers of strength from Texas to Florida! ... See MoreSee Less