SJV Night at the Ballpark

Even though Astros lost the game 2-1 to Tampa Bay, SJV won! Over 700 parishioners went to game, many wearing SJV shirts and everyone had a great time! There were adults and kids, folks from different ministries and who attend different masses. A great representation from the parish. The choir was impressive and fabulous (as always). We can all be extremely pleased and proud! ...

Religious Freedom Week

The USCCB’s annual Fortnight for Freedom has been amended to Religious Freedom Week, and it runs from June 22nd (the Feast of St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher) through June 29th (Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul). ...

Altar Server Appreciation Night

Thank you to all our dedicated Altar Servers and their families for your service to our Parish, and to everyone who attended our Altar Server Appreciation Party on Friday, June 8 at Main Event, Katy. A great time was had by us all!...

Pentecost Vespers

This past Saturday, May 19, in anticipation of one of the Church’s most solemn feasts, First Vespers of Pentecost was served in the chapel at 7:15 pm. The liturgy was sung by the parish Vesper Choir and the St. Gregory Schola Cantorum, St. John Vianney’s advanced youth choir, both under the direction of Associate Director of Music and Organist Kirk M. Rich. ...

A Visit from the Heart

"God is so good!  What a privilege, honor, blessing and gift it was for us to have Fr. Patrice bring to us the wonderful relic of the heart of St. John Vianney.  More impressive than even the relic itself, was the beautiful faith of so many people as they came to pray.  This was an experience that I will never forget and I know that through the intercession of St. John Vianney, that many of you will never forget it either." ~Fr. Troy Gately. April 28, 2018....

A Day with Mary, Praying for Life

Thanks to all of our parishioners who came out for our 6th Annual Celebration of Life hosted by SJV’s Respect Life Ministry and Gabriel Project on Saturday, April 14th. Deacon Greg Stokes led us in a beautiful reflection and Living Rosary. We particularly enjoyed hearing the children’s voices lifted up in praying the Rosary for Life with us. What a testament to their families who shared their faith and God’s love and grace with them!...

SJV Mission Team’s Spring Trips

From April 3rd through April 8th, a group of twelve SJV parishioners traveled to Eagle Pass, Texas to continue repairs on several homes of the elderly, disabled and very poor. Their work included repairing the bathrooms of some homes, spraying for mold, painting, repairing homes damaged by termites, and also roofing or re-roofing others. In total, both teams worked on eleven homes....

SJV’s First Tenebrae Service

On Monday, March 26, St. John Vianney offered its first Tenebrae, an ancient monastic service traditionally celebrated during Holy Week. The response from parishioners and visitors alike was resoundingly positive. The attendance was standing room only, with approximately four hundred in our chapel seating three-hundred-fifty! ...