St. John's Parish is an active Roman Catholic Community with a varied congregation of all ages and races. We welcome new parishioners and visitors with open arms and invite them to participate with us in the liturgy and activities we have going on all year long. Please scroll down for some information and then visit our calendar & bulletin which will give you a look into our parish life.
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Due to the Holy Day Mass schedule,
the 9 a.m. confessions Friday, December. 8, are cancelled.
The Masses celebrating the Immaculate Conception are as follows:
7, 8:30, & 10 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.
The 4th Sunday of Advent & Christmas Masses Collide!
With Christmas falling on a Monday this year, it creates a liturgical ‘traffic jam’ with the 4th Sunday of Advent and our Christmas Mass schedule. Here’s how the Mass schedule will unfold:
4th Sunday of Advent (December 23rd & 24th)
Saturday, December 23rd: 4 & 5:30.p.m. Vigil Masses
Sunday, December 24th: 7, 8:30 & 10 a.m. Masses (NO 11:30 a.m. Mass)
Christmas (December 24th & 25th)
Sunday, December 24th: 4 & 6 (Children’s Liturgy) Vigil Masses
Monday, December 25th: Midnight, 8:30, 10 & 11:30 a.m. Masses
Please note that on Sunday, December 24th, there will be NO 11:30 a.m.
Mass for the 4th Sunday of Advent.
This will create a little ‘breathing space’ between our 4th Sunday of Advent
liturgies and the start of the Christmas Mass schedule later in the day on the 24th.
So, I ask you to plan your Christmas weekend accordingly.
Between Dec 23 – 25, you are obliged to attend two Masses
— one for the 4th Sunday of Advent, and one for Christmas.
Start making your Mass plans now.
Diocese of St. Petersburg's 50th Anniversary Celebration Will Begin on January 1, 2018
Starting on January 1, 2018, the Diocese of St. Petersburg will begin
the celebration of its 50th Anniversary with the theme of gratitude, joy and hope.
The diocese is planning various events and providing resources throughout the year,
in order to remember the past with gratitude, celebrate the present with joy and look to the future with hope.
The Diocese of St. Petersburg has created a website with information.
Please visit www.DOSP.org/50 to learn about upcoming events.
Monday, January 1, is NOT a Holy Day of Obligation.
The only Mass time January 1 will be at 10 a.m.
Fr. John Blum, Pastor
Fr. Jose "Joy" Colina, Parochial Vicar
Deacon Joe Grote
Deacon Richard Santello
Weekend Mass schedule
Saturday 8:15 and Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 7, 8:30,
10 & 11:30 am
Daily Mass schedule:
Monday–Saturday: 8:15 am.
1st Authorized International Baccalaureate World School
for the Middle Years
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