• St. John Vianney...

    St. John Vianney...

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

  • St. John Vianney

    St. John Vianney

    ... All are Welcome

  • We are.. St. John Vianney

    We are.. St. John Vianney


  • Welcome to St. John Vianney...

    Welcome to St. John Vianney...

    ..Stewardship: Living Our Faith Daily

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Mass Times

Monday - Saturday: 8:30am

Saturday: 5:00pm (Vigil), Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 11:00am & 5:00pm
Children's Liturgy of the Word at 9:00 & 11:am 

Saturdays: 4:00pm

1650 Ygnacio Valley Road
Walnut Creek, CA 94598

Lenten Faire February 23rd-24th

Lent begins Ash Wednesday, March 6th. Come to the Lenten Read More

Sparks to Ashes Retreat for Liturgical Ministers March 2nd

All Liturgical Ministers are invited to our Sparks from Ashes Read More

Date Night for Couples, Friday March 1st

Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Give yourselves the gift Read More

Eucharistic Ministry at John Muir Medical Center

Pastoral Care of the Sick Ministry Catholic Team is seeking Read More
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St. Elizabeth's Parish in Oakland is our sister parish. Food is collected in the back of church weekly for the St. Elizabeth pantry. Our holiday "Adopt a Family" collection provides toys and clothing to St. Elizabeth families in need.

St. Elizabeth Ministry invites you to help us. We cover Bread to Roses food pantry, back to school supplies, and Adopt-a-Family.  Many hands make light work…please join.

Your help with this ministry can be as little as assisting after church one or two times a year…or helping deliver gifts, or dropping off food for their food pantry…the possibilities are endless and the joy you will feel is priceless

Latest Bulletin

Latest Podcast

God HealsPodcast
by Fr. William Rosario
4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 7:30am Homily
Date: 2/3/19
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Pastor's Corner

 Dear Sisters and Brothers,

 Your life changes when your image of God changes. It is natural and likely that as we journey through life we emulate those we look up to and admire—perhaps our parents or others who have been influential in shaping who we are. As Catholics, this is certainly true of the God that we worship. We’ve all heard the expression, WWJD (What would Jesus do?). Our image of God, the way that we know Him to be, shapes who we become. Our lives flow from this image that we hold of God.


For most of us, the image we hold of God has not been stagnant; rather it has changed as we come to know him through education, aw we mature in our understanding and as a result of our experiences in life. We may see God as our loving creator, but what happens to our image when we experience pain, hurt, suffering and disappointment. What happens to our image of God when we have prayed endlessly and feel that our prayers have been ignored?

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