“Do you want the Lord to give you many graces? Visit Him often. Do you want Him to give you few graces? Visit Him rarely. Do you want the devil to attack you? Visit Jesus rarely in the Blessed Sacrament. Do you want him to flee from you? Visit Jesus often!”                 St. John Bosco

St John Bosco Novena begins January 22nd                                                                                                   (prayers can be found in the church vestibule or click the novena tab at the top of this page)

The Chili Cook Off is January 29th at 4pm in Hanley Hall, in celebration of our Patron Saint! 

Mass Schedule for St John Bosco Feast Day 

     Monday, January 30th – 6pm Bilingual Vigil Mass

     Tuesday, January 31st – 8:30am Mass (English)

 

The Feast of the Presentation of the Lord

Thursday, February 2nd, 6pm Candle Light Mass – there will be no morning Mass this day. 

**We will gather in St John Evangelist Hall at 5:45pm and process to the main church. 

 

“We envy the shepherds who went to visit the grotto of Bethlehem to see Him, kissed His little hand, and offered Him their gifts. ‘Lucky shepherds!’ we exclaim. And yet there is no reason to envy them, for their fortune is ours, too. The same Jesus they visited in the grotto is in our tabernacle. The only difference is that the shepherds saw Him with the eyes of the body, whereas we see Him with the eyes of faith. Nothing will please Him more than our frequent visits to Him.”                      St. John Bosco

 

 An Act of Spiritual Communion

The Saturday Vigil is live streamed to the following sites:
Links to the Live Stream Mass via our website are listed above under “Live Stream Masses”. Masses are also live streamed on our Parish YouTube Page

 

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