Celebrate Mary's Day
Celebrate Mary’s Day
in Mary’s Garden on May 19 at 1:00 p.m.
Please join us on Sunday, May 19 at 1:00 p.m. in Mary’s Garden for a May Crowning,
the recitation of the Rosary, Marian Prayers, and Marian Hymns.
All are welcome to attend!
If you would like to help in Mary’s Garden during the spring and summer season's,
please call Eleanore at 442-3632.
No gardening skills are necessary,
just a desire to help create a beautiful Mary’s Garden!
Bishops Annual Appeal
For more information go to:
Bishops Annual Appeal
Class of 2019
Baccalaureate Mass and Blanket Ceremony
We will honor the High School Graduates of our parish
on Sunday, May 26 at the 9:00 Mass with prayers and a special blessing.
The parish will also bestow upon each graduate a blanket
to symbolize the warmth we hope they have received at St. John the Baptist Parish.
Please join us for a Farewell Luncheon
If you would like to sign up to bring something
First Communion 2019
For more photos please to go to our First Communion 2019 page.
Mass May 5 Video
Prayer for the Return of Non-practicing Catholics
O Good Shepherd, you never cease to seek out the lost,
to call home the stray, to comfort the frightened, and to bind up the wounded.
I ask you to bring (names) back to the practice of the Faith,
and to remove all obstacles that prevent them from receiving your abundant mercy,
which flows sacramentally through the heart of your holy Church.
Through the intercession of Mary, the Mother of God, their Guardian Angels,
their Patron Saints and the ever-prayerful St. Monica,
may you pardon their sins and unshackle them from whatever hinders their freedom to come Home.
For you, O Good Shepherd, have loved us to the end
and offered yourself to the Father for the salvation of all. Amen
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.