A Nun on the Bus by Sister Simone Campbell- book sale at St. John Vianney after all Masses. Here is a chance to purchase the book in advance of the book discussion. In October you will have chance to meet the author. Please click the link for more information A Nun on the Bus; read, discuss, meet the author
Fair Trade Sale - Fair Trade chocolates, tea, coffee and olive oil will be on sale in the back of church at the 5:00pm Mass. Please join us in Mullen Commons for sale and Hospitality after the 7:30am, 9:00am and 11:00am Masses.
Eucharistic AdorationSpend some personal time in prayer with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament (every first Saturday of the month). Mullen Commons Library after the 8:30 Mass until 3:30pm
How We Die in America- How the Catholic church faces end-of-life issues. Tuesday, September 8th, 10:00am to Noon, Mullen Commons.
Jubilee Special Edition Bingo. 10 games unique prize drawing between each game, Rocco's meal and a no-host bar. Tickets go on sale September 5th after all Masses.
Mass Intention Book Opening Please make your requests in person at the Parish Office between 9:00am and Noon or 1:00pm to 4:30pm.
Book discussion: A Nun on the Bus Moderator: Fr. Luke Ssemakula Sponsored by SJV and Christ the King Faith in Action Ministries 7:00pm St. John Vianney Mullen Commons Vista Room
New Youth Mass - a brand new Mass geared for today's Catholic youth and young adults. 5:00pm
Meet Sr. Simone Campbell Author of A Nun on the Bus, She is also a lawyer, activist and executive director of NETWORK Hear her report on her work in Washington D.C. sponsored by SJV and CTK Faith In Action Ministries
7:00pm Christ the King Church
"Human Trafficking is Modern-Day Slavery" Come for a Video and hear our Guest Speakers Mullen Commons, Doors open at 6:30pm, Program begins at 7:00pm presented by SJV Faith In Action & The Soroptimists International of 24-680