Inclement Weather Notice

On Monday, September 13, beginning at 2:00 pm parish offices are being closed. All parish activities including Monday's Youth Formation/CCE 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm sessions have been cancelled. Parish offices will remain closed on Tuesday, September 14. All scheduled activities on Tuesday have been cancelled. All parish activities are expected to resume and the parish offices are expected to be fully open and operational on Wednesday, September 15, unless communicated otherwise. Please continue to check local news networks, this website and our social media pages for updates. ...

Congratulations Richard!

We are excited and proud to share that our Director of Parish Life, Richard Fairly, received the Council Member Greg Travis of District G’s Greatness Award, in recognition for Richard’s 24 years of service to our Parish and the Houston Community and his efforts in coordinating volunteers and securing St. John Vianney Parish as a distribution site during Hurricane Harvey and the recent Winter Storm. Join us in congratulating Richard for this very well-deserved award!...

Youth Confirmations

Please join us in congratulating the following youth from St. John Vianney who received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Rev. Shawn  Horrigan on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.  A special “Thank you” to all of their families, sponsors, catechists, and all those who supported and prayed for them throughout the year....

Panhandler Security

Be Safe! An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure!Sadly, not everyone who comes to church comes to worship. Please always be attentive when on the church campus. Please do not leave valuables exposed in your car. Always lock your car. When in the church, do not leave your purse or other valuables in the pew when you come to communion. We have not had any problems, thank the Lord, but we do not want to tempt anyone who may come to do unholy things. Periodically, there are people who show up to panhandle on our campus. They are...

SJV Pantry is Taking Donations!

SJV’s Pantry takes donations that in turn are given to individuals in need in our community. We want to improve the assistance we provide to those in crisis by focusing on items that cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits. Items such as diapers, wipes, personal hygiene items, laundry and dish detergent, among others, are some of the most sought-after products by those seeking assistance through our Pantry. SJV’s Pantry takes donations Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. With your cooperation and generosity, we can truly make a difference in the lives of so many! Click here to learn more about our...

Come, Holy Spirit

Congratulations to the women and men of our parish who celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation at Christ the Redeemer Church (4) on May 23 and at Christ the Incarnate Word Church (40) on May 30!...

COVID-19 Protocols Update

We look forward to seeing you all this weekend as we celebrate Pentecost Sunday.  I invite you, as you feel comfortable, to in-person participation in the Sacraments and parish life.  With the updated news from the Archdiocese, below are the updated protocols for St. John Vianney...

New Auxiliary Bishop

Father Italo Dell’Oro, C.R.S., was named Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston by Pope Francis on May 18. Bishop-elect Dell’Oro has served as a priest for almost 40 years, 30 of those in the local Archdiocese. Since 2015, he has served as Vicar for Clergy and the Secretariat Director for Clergy Formation and Chaplaincy Services. He was named Vicar General in 2021....

Parking Lot Renovations

There will be major parking lot renovations for the next few weeks on the parking lot on the south side of the campus (by the classrooms) and the back parking lot on the west side of the campus (by the Activity Center). The south side and rear entrances will be closed. Please use the main entrance and park in the main parking lot (north side) during this work. Thank you for your cooperation....

We Honor Mary in the Month of May

Let's join the entire Church in prayer Pope Francis has called for a global prayer marathon for the entire month of May, praying for the end to the pandemic. Each day in May, there will be a livestream from one of 30 chosen Marian shrines or sanctuaries to guide the prayer at 6 pm Rome time (noon EDT) on all Vatican media platforms. The pope will open the monthlong prayer May 1 and conclude it May 31, the council said. Click here for more information from the Texas Catholic Herald. For daily prayer and spiritual resources, visit our Pastoral Care Webpage. ...