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Catholic? Thinking About it? Know someone who is? Then it's time to take the next step and join in the RCIA process.
Inquirers will learn about the faith, history, and traditions of the Catholic Church. Weekly, "in-person" sessions have begun. Please contact Yvonne Gill, 281-584-2022, for more information.
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Catholic? Thinking About it?  Know someone who is? Then its time to take the next step and join in the RCIA process. 
Inquirers will learn about the faith, history, and traditions of the Catholic Church. Weekly, in-person sessions have begun. Please contact Yvonne Gill, 281-584-2022, for more information.

20th Annual Charity Golf Tournament hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council 6527. Benefitting SJV Seminarians. ... See MoreSee Less

20th Annual Charity Golf Tournament hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council 6527. Benefitting SJV Seminarians.

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Amen and amen

We are pleased to welcome you to St. John Vianney parish as we celebrate this weekend the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

For our weekend Mass and confession schedule, please see the attached image. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:

- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear a face mask when in public
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
- When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand. Holy Communion is only distributed by the clergy.

Parishioners who are in "at risk" groups and those concerned about their health and safety should refrain from attending Mass and are encouraged to pray the Liturgy of Word and make a Spiritual Communion: www.flipsnack.com/sjvhouston/liturgy-of-the-word-24th-sunday-ord-time-a-2020/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered. Parishioners concerned about coming to Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m. and 12:10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The Church and Chapel are open daily from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and the Adoration Chapel is open 24/7.

There is no offertory collection or procession, parishioners are asked to make their stewardship offerings electronically, by mail or drop their offerings in the baskets at the doors of the church or bring them to the church offices during the week. to donate online, please click here www.stjohnvianney.org/give/donate/

Keep social distance, not spiritual distance.

For spiritual resources, more information and how to give in support of our parish, please visit www.stjohnvianney.org
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We are pleased to welcome you to St. John Vianney parish as we celebrate this weekend the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

For our weekend Mass and confession schedule, please see the attached image. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:

- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear a face mask when in public
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
- When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand. Holy Communion is only distributed by the clergy.

Parishioners who are in at risk groups and those concerned about their health and safety should refrain from attending Mass and are encouraged to pray the Liturgy of Word and make a Spiritual Communion: https://www.flipsnack.com/sjvhouston/liturgy-of-the-word-24th-sunday-ord-time-a-2020/full-view.html 
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered. Parishioners concerned about coming to Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m. and 12:10 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. The Church and Chapel are open daily from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and the Adoration Chapel is open 24/7.

There is no offertory collection or procession, parishioners are asked to make their stewardship offerings electronically, by mail or drop their offerings in the baskets at the doors of the church or bring them to the church offices during the week. to donate online, please click here https://www.stjohnvianney.org/give/donate/

Keep social distance, not spiritual distance.

For spiritual resources, more information and how to give in support of our parish, please visit www.stjohnvianney.org

SJV Young Adults on Facebook

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Even Monday mornings were created by God and are good...even though it doesn't always fee that way. Let's make this week amazing! ... See MoreSee Less

Even Monday mornings were created by God and are good...even though it doesnt always fee that way. Lets make this week amazing!

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Time is running out! T-minus 3 Days to Genesis Bible Study! Register here: www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/ ... See MoreSee Less

Time is running out! T-minus 3 Days to Genesis Bible Study! Register here: https://www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/

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The Book of Genesis can easily be misread and misunderstood. Check out Bishop Barron's thoughts on troubleshooting this ancient text in a modern scope. Want to know more? Join our new Genesis Bible Study. Details here: www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/

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The Genesis Bible Study Count Down Continues....5 DAYS! Don't miss out, signup today!

www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/
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The Genesis Bible Study Count Down Continues....5 DAYS! Dont miss out, signup today! 

https://www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/

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Can Catholics believe in creation and evolution? Check out this awesome video from Catholic Central as they tackle this big topic! Join us for more discussion in our upcoming study of Genesis, more details here: www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/the-book-of-genesis-bible-study-2020-08-25/

Creation and Evolution Video: youtu.be/B_sE07heyy4
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SJV Youth Formation on Facebook

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SJV Social Ministries on Facebook

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St. Pius, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

St. Pius, pray for us!

The Catholic Church's teaching on Social Justice includes 7 main principles, and Hunger Action Month relates directly to Option for the Poor and Vulnerable.
Watch a quick video and read more about this important principle here:
www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/what-we-believe/catholic-social-teaching/option-for-the-poor-...
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We thank the entire StJP II community for their support of our Food Drive! Congratulations to the House of Luke and to all the students who participated! Well done Saints!StJPII House Competition: Congratulations, House of Luke
Thank you to everyone who participated in the SJV Food Drive Challenge! We donated over 800 non-perishable items for a great cause.

The House of Luke earned a Free Shoes Day tomorrow, September 22 for donating the most items, with a total of 236! Way to go, House of Luke!
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We thank the entire StJP II community for their support of our Food Drive!  Congratulations to the House of Luke and to all the students who participated! Well done Saints!

St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

St. Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist, pray for us!

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St. Januarius and St. Emily de Rodat, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

St. Januarius and St. Emily de Rodat, pray for us!

St. Robert Bellarmine, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

St. Robert Bellarmine, Bishop and Doctor of the Church, pray for us!

Join the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants in praying for the unborn. This group is committed to maintaining a loving and prayerful presence and witness outside abortion sites. You are also invited to join the Houston Coalition for Life and the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston next Wednesday, Sept 23 to begin another 40 Days of prayer, fasting, peaceful vigil, and community outreach for an end to abortion. SJV’s Respect Life members will participate every Thursday during the 40 Days for Life Campaign. Contact the Social Service Ministries office for additional details and the Archdiocese’s guidelines and parameters regarding prayer at abortion sites and COVID-19 safety measures. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants in praying for the unborn.  This group is committed to maintaining a loving and prayerful presence and witness outside abortion sites.  You are also invited to join the Houston Coalition for Life and the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston next Wednesday, Sept 23 to begin another 40 Days of prayer, fasting, peaceful vigil, and community outreach for an end to abortion.  SJV’s Respect Life members will participate every Thursday during the 40 Days for Life Campaign.  Contact the Social Service Ministries office for additional details and the Archdiocese’s guidelines and parameters regarding prayer at abortion sites and COVID-19 safety measures.Image attachmentImage attachment

Saints Cornelius & Cyprian, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

Saints Cornelius & Cyprian, pray for us!

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Amen and amen