19 hours ago
St. Casimir of Poland, pray for us. ... See MoreSee Less
Ivan Vega we have beautiful work to do ❤️ 😘
4 days ago
Join us for our TO-GO Lenten Dinner this Friday, March 5, 5:30-7:30 pm. This week’s Cheese Enchilada meal is catered by one of our local businesses, Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen! Please help us support our local businesses. On the menu: Cheese Enchiladas served with rice, refried beans and chips & salsa, $10 pee meal. Our kid’s meal is one cheese enchilada with rice and refried beans, $7 ea..
Online reservation and pre payment only; to reserve and pay click on the link www.stjohnvianney.org/news-events/events/lenten-dinner-to-go-cheese-enchiladas/ . We only accept pre-pay online reservations. Deadline to reserve is this Tuesday.
Pick-up is on the Activity Center Basketball Court. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Welcome to Saint John Vianney. This Sunday is the 2nd Sunday of Lent.
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-lent-b-2021/full-view.html
Those who are sick should not attend Mass until recovered.
Parishioners concerned about attending Sunday Masses are welcome to join us for daily Mass. Weekday Mass schedule: Monday - Friday at 9:00 am 12:10 pm and 7:00 pm.
Stations of the Cross on Fridays following the 12:10 Mass in the Church, 5:00 pm for Children outside Activity Ctr, and following the 7:00 pm Mass in the Church. 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! ... See MoreSee Less
Unfortunately not everyone heeds to the social distancing protocol. We didn’t feel comfortable and had to leave mid mass.
7 days ago
Tuna Fish Fridays are back!
Fridays during Lent, Parish Life Ministry offers a Free Tuna Fish Lunch for Take-Out only. For kids, and those who can’t eat tuna, we also offer Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches. Stop by St. Jude Hall, following the 12:10 mass or Stations of the Cross, to pick up your free meal to go. Please note: one meal per person and please wear your face covering. ... See MoreSee Less