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Bishop Vincent Rizzotto passed away early this morning. Please keep him and those dear to him in your prayers. Eternal Rest Grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen. ... See MoreSee Less

Bishop Vincent Rizzotto passed away early this morning. Please keep him and those dear to him in your prayers. Eternal Rest Grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him.  May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.

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Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace.

May he Rest In Peace.

To The entire RIZZOTTO FAMILY 💔💔💔 SO VERY SORRY FOR THIS TREMENDOUS LOSS!! 😌😔 Thoughts and Prayers go out for this wonderful family !!! May he RIP!

My condolences. May he rest in eternal peace.

Rest In Peace

May he be in the arms of the Lord now. Gid bless

He baptized my brother, myself, and my mother and was one of the few priests ever to make an impact on my mother’s life. God grant him rest and peace. 🙏🏽

He confirmed me ❤ Prayers for his soul.

Prayers for Bishop Rizzotto & his family.

What a gentle man! I have great memories of him!

Pokoj jego duszy(*).

Rebecca Brodigan Garcia

Prayers

Descansa en paz. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

He washed my daughter feet during a special last supper Mass when she was in grade school at St Cecelia. I cried it was so beautiful.

Descanse en paz

Amén 🙏

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Welcome to Saint John Vianney. This weekend is the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:
- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear your face mask inside
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
** When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand.
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-2nd-sunday-ord-time-b-2021/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered.
Parishioners concerned about attending Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m, 12:10 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. 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!
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Welcome to Saint John Vianney. This weekend is the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:
- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear your face mask inside
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
** When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand.
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-2nd-sunday-ord-time-b-2021/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered. 
Parishioners concerned about attending Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m, 12:10 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m.  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!
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Exciting!!

I love it!!

For lent? 🐟 ✝️ 🙏

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Reflection from Fr. Richard Hinkley:

While the following is taken from a homily by St. Proclus of Constantinople (5th century archbishop of Constantinople) for the feast of the Epiphany, the content of that feast in the Eastern Church focuses on the Mystery of the Lord’s Baptism, and therefore is appropriate for our celebration today.

Christ appeared in the world, and, bringing beauty out of disarray, gave it luster and joy. He bore the world’s sin and crushed the world’s enemy. He sanctified the fountains of waters and enlightened the minds of men. Into the fabric of miracles he interwove ever greater miracles. For on this day land and sea share between them the grace of the Savior, and the whole world is filled with joy. Today’s feast of the Baptism of the Lord manifests even more wonders than the feast of Christmas.

On the feast of the Savior’s birth, the earth rejoiced because it bore the Lord in a manger; but on today’s feast of his baptism it is the sea that is glad and leaps for joy; the sea is glad because it receives the blessing of holiness in the river Jordan. At Christmas we saw a weak baby, giving proof of our weakness. In today’s feast, we see a perfect man, hinting at the perfect Son who proceeds from the all-perfect Father. At Christmas the King puts on the royal robe of his body; at the Baptism the very source enfolds and, as it were, clothes the river.

Come then and see new and astounding miracles: the Sun of righteousness washing in the Jordan, fire immersed in water, God sanctified by the ministry of man.

Today every creature shouts in resounding song: Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Blessed is he who comes in every age, for this is not his first coming.

And who is he? Tell us more clearly, I beg you, blessed David: The Lord is God and has shone upon us. David is not alone in prophesying this; the apostle Paul adds his own witness, saying: The grace of God has appeared bringing salvation for all men, and instructing us. Not for some men, but for all. To Jews and Greeks alike God bestows salvation through baptism, offering baptism as a common grace for all.

Come, consider this new and wonderful deluge, greater and more important than the flood of Noah’s day. Then the water of the flood destroyed the human race, but now the water of baptism has recalled the dead to life by the power of the one who was baptized. In the days of the flood the dove with an olive branch in its beak foreshadowed the fragrance of the good odor of Christ the Lord; now the Holy Spirit, coming in the likeness of a dove, reveals the Lord of mercy.

Fr. Richard Hinkley
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Welcome to Saint John Vianney.
This weekend we celebrate The Baptism of the Lord. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:
- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear your face mask inside
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
** When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand.
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-baptism-of-the-lord-b-2021/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered.
Parishioners concerned about attending Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m, 12:10 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. 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!
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Welcome to Saint John Vianney.
This weekend we celebrate The Baptism of the Lord. We ask everyone who attends Mass at St. John Vianney to please follow all health and safety protocols:
- Wash our hands frequently
- Wear your face mask inside
- Observe social distancing (6 FT between non household members)
** When receiving Holy Communion, Cardinal DiNardo asks that we receive in the hand.
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-baptism-of-the-lord-b-2021/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until they are recovered. 
Parishioners concerned about attending Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m, 12:10 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m.  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!
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Take an hour for yourself today and join us if you can at SJV for Daily Mass either at 12:10pm or 7pm. Hope to see you in the Eucharist. ... See MoreSee Less

Take an hour for yourself today and join us if you can at SJV for Daily Mass either at 12:10pm or 7pm. Hope to see you in the Eucharist.

It's 5 o'clock in Texas and time for a little virtual R and R with the Colorado River Raft Tour of the Grand Canyon. #treatyourself

www.usgs.gov/science-support/osqi/yes/national-parks/colorado-river-raft-tour
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Its 5 oclock in Texas and time for a little virtual R and R with the Colorado River Raft Tour of the Grand Canyon. #treatyourself

https://www.usgs.gov/science-support/osqi/yes/national-parks/colorado-river-raft-tour

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Rain can be a blessing...it all depends on your perspective. #Catholic

Climb aboard for mountains of fun at Rocky Railway VBS from St. John Vianney!

On this faith-filled adventure, kids discover that trusting Jesus pulls them through life’s ups and downs.

Welcome to “Rocky Railway” Online VBS where the whole family can join the adventure safely and comfortably at home! Online VBS 2020 serves children rising into Kindergarten to Grade 5 (2020-2021 school year).

Registration is now open online at www.stjohnvianney.org/faith-formation/youth-formation/vacation-bible-school/

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VBS 2020 - St. John Vianney
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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! 

https://www.louvre.fr/en/visites-en-ligne#tabs
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We hope that you'll join us in prayer this Sunday! On January 16 Respect Life volunteers erected white crosses outside the entrance to SJV to commemorate the lives of the more than 60 million children lost since abortion was legalized in 1973. The crosses remind us to pray for the end of abortion and for a greater respect for all human life.

For everyone’s safety and well being, we ask participants to wear a mask and keep a safe distance from others not within their family group. Click here to review our health and safety protocols: www.stjohnvianney.org/observing-the-health-protocols/

Please do not park along the driveway, as this blocks the flow of traffic. Ample parking is available in the North parking lot.
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SJV Eagle Pass Mission - Rosalinda House Project - The second day (Thu, Jan 14) of the two day trip involved interior painting - primer coat, ceiling finish coat, and a start to the wall finish coat of a color called Muslin. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great work, Terry!

You guys are amazing! Looks great!

SJV Eagle Pass Mission - Rosalinda House Project - This is a short trip to start installation of cabinets and paint the interior walls and ceiling. The walls and ceiling were sanded a bit to bring to an acceptable finish before painting. Outside, a contractor was installing the rebar and wood barriers in preparation for a concrete pour. ... See MoreSee Less

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

St. Hilary, pray for us!

Mark your calendars for this important event honoring the sanctity of life!Save the Date! ... See MoreSee Less

Mark your calendars for this important event honoring the sanctity of life!

Join us beginning February 16 as we explore questions of Catholic Bioethics at the end of life. Topics will include ethics of care rationing during the pandemic and many more. Cost is $30 for 4 sessions. Register at cvent.me/L4z1mN or contact the Office of ProLife Activities for more information. 713.741.8728. ... See MoreSee Less

St. Raymond of Penyafort, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less

St. Raymond of Penyafort, pray for us!
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