St. John the Apostle Catholic Church celebrates the diversity of our families and unites our parish as a worshiping community by reaching out to all people with the word of God. Our mission is to enrich the mind, body and spirit by fostering Christian ideals and beliefs for all; especially for the youth, elderly, sick, and poor.
Are you new to the parish?
Did your address change?
Are you a Young adult no longer in school?
If you are new to the parish, please introduce yourself to
Father Kevin & fill out your Welcome packet.
For changes, registration cards are available at the doors
of Church or by contacting the parish office.
Return them in the collection basket or to the parish office.
Last Parish Council Meeting Minutes (16 Nov 16)
Ash Wednesday - March 1
8:00AM Mass at St. John’s
7:00pm Liturgy of the Word/Ashes at St. John’s
12:00noon Mass at St. Martin’s
7:00pm Liturgy of the Word/Ashes at St. Martin’s
Practice Makes Catholic - Did you know?
Lent begins on Wednesday with the distribution of ashes.
Tuesday is the last day of Mardi Gras. All the revelry &
food that accompanies it has traditionally been the
"last hurrah" before the prayer & fasting of Lent. While
it has been taken to extremes in many areas of the
world the idea of baking & using up of sweets removed
the temptation during the Lenten season. Whether
you enjoy a king cake or Polish paczki use Tuesday to
Wednesday, ashes from last years palms are used to
welcome Jesus on Palm Sunday, we repent. We repent
our unfaithfulness to our promises to live a more holy
life. We are reminded of our mortality & our call to
remove sin from our lives. We are called to prayer &
service. Examine your heart & with the laying of ashes
rededicate your life to Jesus who gave Himself for our
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