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Mass Schedule:

9:00 am Monday through Thursday
5:30 pm Saturday
9:00 am and 11:00 am Sunday

We are wheelchair accessible.

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25th. Sunday in Ordinary Time

25th. Sunday in Ordinary Time

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9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Monday through Friday

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  • Sun, Sep 23rd
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Celebrate the Faith of Early Christians Through Their Catacomb Art

Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales and Saint John the Baptist
Invite you to
Celebrate the Faith of Early Christians Through Their Catacomb Art

With visuals, short videos, music, early Church writings and prayer.
Sacramental images related to Baptism and Eucharist will be covered.
Emphasis will also be placed on the assimilation and transformation of pagan motif's,
the first images of Mary, and the Old and New Testament narratives
that dealt with persecution, eschatology and salvation history.

The next two sessions will be offered on the following dates:
Monday, September 24 and Monday, October 1
Morning Sessions at St. John the Baptist: 9:45 - 11:00 a.m.
Evening Sessions at Sacred Heart St. Francis: 7:00 - 8:15 p.m.

Refreshments will be served.
For further info contact Wilma Ann Johnson at johnsonwa7@msn.com or 802-681-7290.

Young Adult Retreat

Called on a Mission of Love

Young Adult Retreat

September 22 - 23
(Saturday 9:30 a.m. to Sunday 2:00 p.m.)

A Young Adult Retreat (ages 18 - 39) will be heldat the Dumaine Retreat Center
in Jacksonville the weekend of September 22 - 23.

The Spiritual Director will be Father Jon Schnobrich,
Vocation Director for the Diocese of Burlington.

The registration deadline is September 15.
For more information,
please contact Bill Gavin at wgavin@vermontcatholic.org
or 802-658-6110 ext. 1240.

https://vermontcatholic.org/event/young-adult-retreat/

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Our Mission Statement

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church is a community of baptized people who have, as their common goals: to love, model, teach, serve, and celebrate Christ in our lives.

Committed to the Eucharist, our Bread of Life, and guided by the Holy Spirit, we are dedicated to service to God’s people and center our faith-life around liturgical celebrations, the Gospel, and prayer.

Based on the teachings of the Second Vatican Council, we reach out to all people lovingly, acknowledging their uniqueness and dignity, and treat all with respect, tolerance, and acceptance, having the love of Jesus as our core.

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