St. John Vianney invites all to watch Mass live streamed, worshiping at home and joining with us in spiritual communion.
MAKING A SPIRITUAL COMMUNION
A spiritual communion is a personal devotional that anyone can pray at any time to express their love for Jesus Christ and their desire to be united with him at that moment, but where circumstances impede them from actually receiving Holy Communion. We invite you to pray this prayer by St. Alphonsus de Liguori:
Every Sunday, we live stream at 8:30 AM.
You are also welcome to join us in person at 4:30 PM, 8:30 AM or 11 AM.
In Phase 1 of the Catholic Comeback we have limited capacity.
Doors to the church open 30 minutes before Mass
and remain open while we have room.
Bring face masks, hand sanitizer and follow social distancing protocols.
Once capacity it reached, the doors close.
St. John Vianney Live Stream, 8:30AM
Click here for the Worship Aid
Click here for the Act of Spiritual Communion
St. John Vianney Live Stream, 8:00 AM
Recorded to our parish Facebook page and archived
for one week on our Youtube channel (click here).
Alternative Video Options
Live-streamed daily with Pope Francis (Vatican News)
Bishop Robert Barron, is offering daily Mass from his chapel.
Heart of the Nation is a locally filmed, nationally televised Sunday Mass.
Check the EWTN Mass schedule, which includes a Mass with Pope Francis.
CatholicTV’s Sunday Mass is live at 10 a.m. ET from the Basilica
of the Sacred Heart at the University of Notre Dame.
Alternative Television Options
WITI (Fox 6) at 5:30 AM (recorded) and 11 AM (live)
WVTV (My 24) at 7:00 AM and 9:00 AM
EWTN: 7:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Alternative Radio Options
Listen to radio 920 AM (WOKY) at 9:00 am Sundays.
Listen to Relevant Radio 1640 AM (WSJP) at 12 PM on Weekdays & Sundays.
For additional details regarding St. John Vianney’s modifications and measures during this pandemic, please visit the SJV Safer at Home page.