• Called to Come Alive....

    Called to Come Alive....

    Lent week 6

  • Called to Be Merciful ...

    Called to Be Merciful ...

    Lent week 5

  • Called to Come Home...

    Called to Come Home...

    Lent week 4

  • Called to Bear Fruit..

    Called to Bear Fruit..

    Lent week  3

  • Be Transformed...

    Be Transformed...

    Lent week 2

  • Palms to Ashes.....

    Palms to Ashes.....

    Lent

  • St. John Vianney...

    St. John Vianney...

    ...to know and love Jesus and follow Christ in compassionate service....

  • Welcome to St. John Vianney...

    Welcome to St. John Vianney...

    ..Stewardship: Living Our Faith Daily

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Mass Times

Morning prayers each day at 8:30am   

Holy Thursday, April 18, 7pm

Mass of the Lord’s Supper and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

Good Friday, April 19, 1pm or 7pm

Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion, Veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion.

Music Prelude at 12:30pm and 6:30pm

 

Holy Saturday, April 20, 8pm

The Great Easter Vigil

 

Easter Sunday

7:30am, 9am, 11am and 12:30pm - NO 5pm Mass 

 

1650 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

An Evening of Magic at Saint John Vianney

Save the date of May 18, 2019 for a FUN Read More

Stations of the Cross Fridays at 6:30

The Stations of the Cross are prayed each Friday evening Read More

Introduction to Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

This new Faith Formation Program for 3-6 year olds is Read More

Volunteer Opportunities for Easter

Easter is here! We are looking for ushers and greeters Read More

Latest Bulletin

Latest Podcast

5th Sunday of Lent, Cycle CPodcast
by Deacon Herb Casey
Deacon Herb Casey's Homily
Date: 4/10/19
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Pastor's Corner

 Dear Sisters and Brothers,

 Processions are an intimate part of our Catholic liturgical and spiritual life that date back to our Jewish roots. Our processions are a type of pilgrimage first undertaken by our Jews brethren to represent important historical events and always start somewhere and go somewhere; they are movement – both physical and spiritual. They remind us that our Christian life is a constant movement toward God and our eternal home. We are after all a pilgrim people.

Today is Passion (Palm) Sunday; the beginning of Holy Week and the most Holy season of the Church; a season offering several opportunities for all of us to join in procession. We begin with the procession of palms. The Roman Missal calls for a procession or solemn entrance before Mass on Passion Sunday. The procession with palms is the first of several processions during Holy Week. It leads us to the proclamation of the Passion of the Lord and takes us from joyful acclamation to sober reflection.

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