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Join us for Mass on this Pentecost Sunday. Our regular weekend Mass schedule is back. If you are not able to join us please keep Sunday holy by praying these resources:
Liturgy of the Word- www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AF_Liturgy-of-the-Word-Pentecost-2020.pdf
Scripture Readings: cms.usccb.org/bible/readings/053120-day.cfm
This Sunday’s Bulletin: www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AD_Bulletin-05-31-20-Eng.pdf
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Join us for Mass on this Pentecost Sunday. Our regular weekend Mass schedule is back. If you are not able to join us please keep Sunday holy by praying these resources:
Liturgy of the Word- https://www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AF_Liturgy-of-the-Word-Pentecost-2020.pdf 
Scripture Readings: http://cms.usccb.org/bible/readings/053120-day.cfm
This Sunday’s Bulletin: https://www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AD_Bulletin-05-31-20-Eng.pdf

We remember all that sacrificed.
Please consider coming to one of our masses on Memorial Day; 9:00am, 12:10pm and 7:00pm
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We remember all that sacrificed.
Please consider coming to one of our masses on Memorial Day; 9:00am, 12:10pm and 7:00pm

He is Risen! Alleluia!
We are pleased to announce our regular weekend Mass schedule is to resume this Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, May 24. We ask that those attending Mass please continue to follow the appropriate health protocols.
It is highly recommended that those who are in “at risk” groups (adults 65 and older or with underlying health issues) and those with concerns about their health and safety refrain from Mass attendance at this time.
All who will be staying at home are invited and encouraged to make holy this Sunday, the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, by reading Scripture Readings cms.usccb.org/bible/readings/052420-ascension.cfm and praying together the Liturgy of the Word www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AF_Liturgy-of-the-Word-Ascension-of-the-Lord-202... at your regular Mass time.

We are an Easter People and Alleluia is our song!
In pace Christi,
Fr. Troy
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He is Risen! Alleluia!
We are pleased to announce our regular weekend Mass schedule is to resume this Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, May 24. We ask that those attending Mass please continue to follow the appropriate health protocols.
It is highly recommended that those who are in “at risk” groups (adults 65 and older or with underlying health issues) and those with concerns about their health and safety refrain from Mass attendance at this time.
All who will be staying at home are invited and encouraged to make holy this Sunday, the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, by reading Scripture Readings  http://cms.usccb.org/bible/readings/052420-ascension.cfm  and praying together the Liturgy of the Word   https://www.stjohnvianney.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/AF_Liturgy-of-the-Word-Ascension-of-the-Lord-2020.pdf at your regular Mass time.

 We are an Easter People and Alleluia is our song!
In pace Christi,
Fr. Troy

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Could someone video a mass at St. John Vianney. We miss the homily. Stuck in home and would like to hear your voice Fr. Troy

Thanks- why is there no extra mass for the elderly only? A lot of the elder members would like to come back to church

Love and miss our church, priests, and people

For those who would like to come, our full Sunday Mass schedule returns this weekend, May 23/24. We are able to seat 50% (800) of our occupancy for social distancing. If you are still not comfortable, we understand. We hope to see you when you are ready. ... See MoreSee Less

For those who would like to come, our full Sunday Mass schedule returns this weekend, May 23/24. We are able to seat 50% (800) of our occupancy for social distancing. If you are still not comfortable, we understand. We hope to see you when you are ready.

Message from Fr. Troy:
PHASE II OF REOPENING
May 20, 2020
Dear Friends in Christ,
Praised be Jesus Christ! Now and Forever! Amen.

On Monday, May 18, Governor Greg Abbott initiated Phase II of the Open Texas recovery plan. As part of Phase II, churches and places of worship may have occupancy up to 50% of capacity. This now allows for up to 800 people per Mass at St. John Vianney Parish.

Beginning this weekend, May 23/24, we will resume our regular weekend Mass schedule.
The Directives require that non-household members maintain the practice of social distancing of six feet (two empty seats). Further, there will be no offertory collection taken. Instead, baskets will be at the entrance doors of the church. Parishioners are encouraged to give electronically, mail or drop off your envelope to the parish office. For information on WeShare and other electronic giving options please see our parish website or contact our parish offices. As a safety precaution Holy Communion will continue to be distributed only by the priests. The governor’s Directives ask that people consider wearing masks while at Church and our bishop, Cardinal DiNardo, has asked that people receive Holy Communion in the hand. We have taken the additional step of applying an antimicrobial barrier to all of our surfaces (pews, doors, missals, floors etc.) for the safety of our parishioners. We ask that those attending Mass please continue to follow the appropriate health protocols.
Those who are in “at risks” groups (those over 65 and those with underlying health conditions) are encouraged to refrain from Mass attendance at this time. Also, if being with a large number of people during this time is a cause for concern, it is best to refrain from Mass attendance at this time as well. Those who are ill should not come to Mass.
We will continue through the end of May to offer weekday Mass and Confessions three times per day (9:00 am, 12:10 pm and 7:00 pm). For those who may feel uncomfortable coming to Sunday Mass at this time, they may consider attending one of the 15 weekday Masses instead.
On Saturday, May 30, at the 5:30 pm Mass for the Vigil of Pentecost and, at the 12:30 pm on Pentecost Sunday, we will receive into the Catholic faith the candidates and catechumens in the RCIA and RCIC. These Masses will be longer than a normal Mass. Please remember to pray in thanksgiving for these soon–to–be new Catholics! Beginning now at the weekday Masses and in June at the weekend Masses, we will have nearly 250 of our children receiving their First Holy Communion. We rejoice for them and with their families.
While we still are unable to open up our Social Services Ministries due to so many of our volunteers being in the “at risk” groups, we will hold a Drive-by Food Drive on Saturday, May 30, in the Church parking lot to support other food pantries that are in need. For details please refer to the parish Bulletin and the website.
Our Summer Youth Program (Camp SJV) is set to proceed as scheduled. For the safety of our children and families every effort is being taken to ensure compliance with the State of Texas norms. For questions or details please contact our Parish Life Office.
Like all families our parish family has also had to adapt and deal with the many changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While everyone desires to get back to normal it is important that we remember that this is not over yet! As with every household, business and organization, our parish is continuing to try to do our best in dealing with the uncertainty, the sometimes conflicting and changing directives, and the great disturbances to our daily activities, schedules, and routines. Patience, flexibility, and understanding are still very much required. Our parish has also had to face financial realities. At the onset of this emergency we dramatically cut our expenses and prioritized our bills to avoid a financial catastrophe. While we have been blessed not to have had to lay off any of our full time staff, we continue to rely on the generous and sacrificial financial support of our parishioners. Thank you to all who have been so generous and supportive during this time.
There are positive signs that the overall situation is improving throughout the United States and here in Texas. For this, we offer our heartfelt thanks to God and ask for His continued graces and protection. However, it is imperative to remember that we are very likely to be dealing with aspects of this pandemic for some time to come and that situations and conditions can and may change. If they do, we will respond accordingly.
Lastly, I would like to express my sincere gratitude for your continued patience, cooperation, and understanding. Above all, I am most especially grateful for your prayers and the great example of your faith during this time. I know this has not been easy for any of us but with God’s grace we have continued to move forward in faith. We remember and recall St. Paul’s words to the Philippians, “Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus!” ~Phil 4:6-7

Fr.Troy
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Father Troy, I look to you and The Church, not any government official. I thank you for being such a strong leader of your flock and excellent example of how to deal with a crisis as Christians and Catholics should. Thank you for never closing the church or Adoration chapel and for allowing us to keep on as we felt we needed to.

I would love to resume going to mass at SJV if it could be done in open air, but being a senior, better wait longer.

Thank you. Love SJV.

Odie Grube Saint John Vianney is having the candidates into the Catholic faith received on Pentecost Sunday !

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SJV Young Adults on Facebook

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SJV Young Adult Bible Study is Back! - https://mailchi.mp/2b14bdc5b43e/sjv-young-adult-bible-study-is-back
April Shower Brings May YA Events! - https://mailchi.mp/18c64da95b44/april-shower-brings-may-ya-events

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Upcoming SJV Young Adult Events, One On-Campus This Week! - mailchi.mp/639363fa1142/upcoming-sjv-young-adult-events-one-on-campus-this-week ... See MoreSee Less

Upcoming SJV Young Adult Events, One On-Campus This Week! - https://mailchi.mp/639363fa1142/upcoming-sjv-young-adult-events-one-on-campus-this-week

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Don't let the Monday blues get you down...jet off to Paris, France tonight for a virtual tour of the Louvre with friends and family!

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Dont let the Monday blues get you down...jet off to Paris, France tonight for a virtual tour of the Louvre with friends and family! 

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SJV Youth Formation on Facebook

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Don't let the Monday blues get you down...jet off to Paris, France tonight for a virtual tour of the Louvre with friends and family!

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Dont let the Monday blues get you down...jet off to Paris, France tonight for a virtual tour of the Louvre with friends and family! 

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Celebrate May the Month of Mary with some extra prayers! Join our #sjvkidprayers if you need some help getting started. ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrate May the Month of Mary with some extra prayers! Join our #SJVKidPrayers if you need some help getting started.

Beat those 3pm Friday blues by dancing with your kids to the "I Can Move My Body Like Anything" video! Come up with your own ideas after watching.

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May is dedicated to Mary and we could all use some extra prayers these days. Take a moment today and offer up your prayer request from Mother Mary with our #sjvkidprayers. ... See MoreSee Less

May is dedicated to Mary and we could all use some extra prayers these days. Take a moment today and offer up your prayer request from Mother Mary with our #SJVKidPrayers.

In this month of May celebrate Mary's month with prayers and words of gratitude for her loving out pour of grace on our hearts in every situation. #sjvkidprayers ... See MoreSee Less

In this month of May celebrate Marys month with prayers and words of gratitude for her loving out pour of grace on our hearts in every situation.  #SJVKidPrayers

Story time at home? Share with your kids this touching story about Sylvie and her dreams that were enabled by her villages water project. It's a great story to help start a conversation with kids about the needs around the world and how we can all be a part of helping each other.

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Happy Cinco de Mayo and Taco Tuesday! Celebrate by singing this fun song with your kids.

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SJV Social Ministries on Facebook

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SJV Eagle Pass Mission Trip - Spring 2020 - Day 2 - R&R time after a long day ... See MoreSee Less

SJV Eagle Pass Mission Trip - Spring 2020 - Day 2 - R&R time after a long day

SJV Eagle Pass Mission Trip - Spring 2020 - Day 2 - Caulking and painting coming along - Bessie, Matt, and Terry ... See MoreSee Less

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SJV Eagle Pass Mission Trip - Spring 2020 - Day 2 - Installation of siding and trim, including around arched window - Team members Bob, Ed, and Joe with clients Luis and Sergio ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job, guys!

Good job guys!

SJV Eagle Pass Mission Trip - Spring 2020 - Day 2 Plumbing - Clay and Dave making progress ... See MoreSee Less

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We are looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow at SJV's first ever Drive-by Food Drive! www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/drive-by-food-drive/ ... See MoreSee Less

We are looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow at SJVs first ever Drive-by Food Drive!  https://www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/drive-by-food-drive/

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SJV Spring Mission Trip to Eagle Pass, TX - Day 1 - installation of water lines, installation of Tyvek and siding, and caulking and some painting ... See MoreSee Less

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Philip Neri, known as the "apostle of Rome". He chose a life serving God, founding a lay brotherhood for worship and care of the sick. He experienced an ecstasy in the catacombs, was ordained, and founded the Congregation of the Oratory in 1575. St. Philip Neri, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Philip Neri, known as the apostle of Rome. He chose a life serving God, founding a lay brotherhood for worship and care of the sick.  He experienced an ecstasy in the catacombs, was ordained, and founded the Congregation of the Oratory in 1575. St. Philip Neri, pray for us!

Today, on Memorial Day, we remember the brave men and women who died serving our country and fighting for the freedoms we enjoy. We pray for them and their families. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, on Memorial Day, we remember the brave men and women who died serving our country and fighting for the freedoms we enjoy. We pray for them and their families.
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