Living the Gospel of Life

About 100 SJV parishioners gathered by the crosses placed at the entrance to the church to pray for the more than 60 million babies lost to abortion since its legalization, and to pray for a greater respect for the dignity and sanctity of every human person....

Meals To Go Coming Soon!

Missing the Parish Dinners? Our Parish Life Ministry is getting ready to host Meals TO GO! Meal pick up will be in the Activity Center Basketball Court. More details coming soon!...

Email/Text Scam Alert

There has been an increase in email and text scams from people impersonating parish priests asking for donations. The most recent are fake Gmail account claiming to be from Cardinal DiNardo, Bishop Sheltz and Fr. Troy.   Do not open or respond to these emails or texts....

Remembering St. Francis…

Thank you for joining us on Sunday October 4th for the Blessing of the Animals! SJV families and their pets enjoyed great weather and a beautiful prayer service and blessing of the animals by Fr. Chuck and Fr. Richard, in memory of St. Francis of Assisi, the loving friend to all creatures....

SJV Featured on the October issue of The American Organist

Such a momentous occasion to have our church organ featured on the cover of the October issue of The American Organist! The story of our new organ begins in 2011 with a conversation between Fr. Troy and myself. We shared a vision of robust congregational singing, led by a worthy and appropriate pipe organ. While it is the dream of nearly every organist to design a pipe organ, few are ever afforded the opportunity. Opportunity came knocking in 2014 as major renovations were being planned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of our parish. Included in the celebration would be a...

SJV Parishioners “pay it forward” in Louisiana

SJV parishioners and the team for Disaster Relief was featured in the Catholic herald for their compassionate work during the aftermath of Hurricane Laura in Louisiana. "We're just some guys fSJV parishioners were featured in the Catholic herald for their compassionate work during the aftermath of Hurricane Laura in Louisiana. "We're just some guys from Houston that went through Harvey and we're here to return the favor." ~David Gobea, Parishioner...

Parish Update

Dear Friends in Christ, I would like to give you an update on things here in the parish.  We hope to have our Annual Report ready soon and it will be published on our website. To say that this has been a challenging year is a gross understatement.  For us here at St. John Vianney, it has not been just one year of challenges but several.  In the last few years, we have had to contend with a downturn in the energy industry. The low price of oil has impacted not just the energy companies but also our parish as so many parishioners work in...

Generosity at its Finest

On September 12, almost 100 volunteer SJV parishioners came together to collect food for our Drive-by Food Drive. In total, 243 vehicles/families dropped off and donated food over a span of 4 1/2 hours. We also had special donations from St. John Paul II & St. John XXIII Catholic Schools, donating more than 800 food items and 146 grocery bags respectively. Volunteers delivered approximately 7,000 pounds of food to Catholic Charities and West Houston Assistance Ministries. ...

Meaningful Fun at Home with VBS

Special thanks to our dedicated staff and volunteers who participated in the making of our first ever online VBS! It was truly a joy and a privilege to have the opportunity of sharing the love of Jesus with our children and families at home! Below are some of the comments we have received from families: Thank you team for a very successful VBS. The Poole family really enjoyed the family time and the lessons. The kids that participated were in 1st, 3rd, and 6th (as a helper). The 1st grader loved the music and motions, the characters,  the imagination station and was asking...