Monday through Friday
There will be Mass during the week even if the schools are closed or delayed.
The First Week of Lent
9:00 am Monday through Thursday
5:30 pm Saturday
9:00 am and 11:00 am Sunday
We are wheelchair accessible.
Save the date for our Lenten Mission with Deacon Phil Lawson.
Saturday/ Sunday - Preaching at each weekend Mass -Encountering Christ Anew!
Sunday February 25 – Preaching at the 6PM Mass at SHSF with 7- 8PM Mission: Accompanying Christ and Others
Monday Morning - Homily at both Morning Masses then stopping by School of Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales
Monday February 26 7PM at SHSF Church- Our Mission as Missionary Disciples & Opportunity for Reconciliation following the Mission talk.
Pope Francis has called for us to become joy- filled “missionary disciples”.
He suggests that we follow a process of encounter, accompaniment, and mission.
What does that look like for us? In our lives? In our relationships? In our communities?
Join us as we explore some of the Biblical encounters with Jesus and how no one walked away the same after meeting Jesus.
To see a video from Deacon Phil Lawson Click Here
Bio: Deacon Phil Lawson, MTS is the Executive Director of Evangelization, Catechesis, Divine Worship, Marriage and Family, & Respect Life for the Diocese of Burlington.
He has a Master of Theological Studies from Ave Maria University.
Prior to working at the Diocese of Burlington, he spent 14 years working in parishes focusing on religious education, youth ministry, marriage preparation, RCIA and senior citizen ministry. He and his wife have 6 children.
The Spiritual Life Committee of St John the Baptist Catholic Church is excited to be offering a wonderful opportunity for Lent. A Lent to Remember is a beautiful presentation of the transforming power of mercy in the Sacrament of Confession.
Join us for the 4-week video-based study on formed.org featuring the Augustine Institute original productions Symbolon and Forgiven: The Transforming Power of Confession. Come for one or all sessions.
If you miss a session you can view the video on Formed.org Parish Code: JHGX4D.
If you are interested, please contact Nicole Cave at the Parish office (802) 447-7504 so that we are able to plan for materials and seating. All sessions will take place in St John’s parish hall.
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.