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Worship & Pray

  • Regular Schedule

    Weekend Mass Times
    (Limited seating, face masks required, bring hand sanitizer and patience during pandemic.)

    Saturday 8:00 am
    Saturday 4:30 pm* (also livestreamed)

    Sunday 7:30 am
    Sunday 9:00 am
    Sunday 11:00 am*
    Sunday 5:00 pm (goes on hiatus during the summer – last Mass is the Sunday before Memorial Day and it resumes the Sunday following Labor Day)

    *Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) is offered on Saturdays at  4:30 PM Mass and Sundays at 11:00 Mass (only during the school year)  Note: CLOW is currently suspended due to the pandemic.

    Weekday Mass
    Monday through Friday 7:00 am

    All School Liturgy
    Wednesdays 8:30 am  (Private Mass only for students during pandemic.)

    Anointing of the Sick
    Thursdays during 7:00 am Mass   (Suspended during pandemic.)

    Reconciliation
    Saturdays 8:30 am

    Holy Days of Obligation

    Please note that Mass times are subject to change especially during Holy Days of Obligation. Attendance at a Holy Day of Obligation does NOT fulfill one’s obligation to weekly Sunday Mass. In addition to Sunday, the days to be observed as holy days of obligation according to the Archdiocese of Milwaukee:

    • January 1, the solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
    • 40 Days after Easter, Ascension of Christ
    • August 15, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
    • November 1, All Saints
    • December 8, Immaculate Conception of Mary
    • December 25, Christmas

    For more information please visit the Milwaukee Archdiocese’s webpage on Holy Days of Obligation.

  • Open Prayer
    Weekdays until 8:00 pm in Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    Everyone is welcome for private individual prayer
    (Limited seating during pandemic. Face masks are required.)

    Rosary
    Tuesdays after 7:00 am Mass in Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    (Suspended during pandemic.)
    Wednesdays 6:30 am in Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    (Suspended during pandemic.)

    Rosary and Litany of our Lady
    1st Saturday in the month following 8:00 am Mass
    (Suspended during pandemic.)

    Rosary for Life
    Tuesdays 7:00 pm in Blessed Sacrament Chapel
    (Suspended during pandemic.)

    Eucharistic Adoration
    Friday following 7:00 am Mass until 6:00 pm

    Centering Prayer
    Tuesdays 1:00pm in P201
    (Suspended during pandemic.)
    More information on Centering Prayer >> 

    Faith Seeking Healing
    A small group of parishioners will “pray over” any parish member or guest in need of healing.
    Thursdays in Church at 7:45 am (following the 7:00 am Mass)
    (Suspended during pandemic.)

    Prayer Line
    The Prayer Line is confidential. It is made up of members of the SJV community who have offered to pray for your special needs. If you have a special intention for which you would like prayers, please call the prayer line (Mary 262-786-8672).
    Please note: Parishioners’ names are not placed in the bulletin “pray for” list without that individual’s permission.

  • Anointing of the Sick
    Thursdays at 7:00 am Mass (suspended during pandemic) or contact priest of parish by calling (262) 796-3940.

    Baptism
    Baptisms happen a few times each month on the weekend, except during Lent. (There are NO baptisms scheduled during Lent.)
    Parental instruction is required. You are encouraged to do this prior to birth of child. Please contact parish office for arrangements and class registration. You must be a registered parish member.

    Communion for Homebound Persons
    Contact Parish Office.

    Marriage
    Contact pastor at least six months in advance. You must be a registered parish member for at least six months. Weddings are commonly scheduled on Saturdays at 10:00 am, 12:00 noon and 2:00 pm.

    Reconciliation
    Saturdays 8:30 am or by appointment
    Communal Reconciliation Celebrations during Advent and Lent.


  • Sacraments

    Sacraments at Saint John Vianney Parish are community celebrations for experiencing God’s loving and saving grace. Sacraments identify sacred, significant and important moments in the Catholic faith journey.

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