As we look ahead to our Lenten journey, may our fasting be a hunger for justice, our alms an offering of peace, and our prayers a reflection of humble and grateful hearts. We ask the Holy Spirit to accompany us as we spend these 40 days reflecting on our responsibility to share what we have with our global human family.
Visit our YouTube Channel to view Masses, Stations of the Cross, Good Friday Service, and The Lenten Mission Livestream.
Please register in advance to attend Mass and The Lenten Mission. Registration links are available below.
March 27 - 4:00 pm Vigil
March 28 - 7:30 am / 9:30 am
The Lords Supper
April 1 - 7:00 pm
April 2 - 12:30 pm
Holy Saturday-Easter Vigil
April 3 - 8:00 pm
Easter Sunday - Celebration of the Risen Christ
April 4 - 7:30 am / 9:30 amLivestreams on YouTube
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
7:00 - 8:30 pm in Church or VIEW LIVESTREAM
SJB Mission Presenter: Fr. Curt Frederick
St. John the Baptist is hosting one of 18 Lenten Missions taking place throughout the archdiocese on the evening of March 3, 2021. This Mission is based on The Gift of Sunday, a theological reflection issued by Archbishop Jerome Listecki. The evening will be held in the context of a prayer service and will highlight the importance of Sunday Mass in living out our faith on a daily basis. Due to limited seating, people are asked to register in advance for the Lenten Missions.
Way of the Cross
6:30 pm Wednesdays in Church or VIEW LIVESTREAM
February 24, March 10, 17, 24.
Walk alongside Christ on the journey of his Passion and remember our brothers and sisters, both around the world and locally who are experiencing poverty and suffering each day. Way of the Cross Guide
CSR Rice Bowl
SJB is partnering with CRS Rice Bowl, a Catholic Relief Services’ faith-in-action program. An integrated piece to partnering with CRS Rice Bowls is that 25% of all donations will be given locally, this year to the Plymouth Food Pantry. So in supporting CRS and our brothers and sisters around the globe so, too do we support our local brothers and sisters next door and down the street.Rice Bowls at SJB
St John the Baptist is launching a Small Group initiative this Lent and going forward. Small groups can create a deeper sense of community within a parish, a deeper connection and relationship with God, and expand the faith beyond parish walls.
Some parishioners are connected to a small group of some kind already and yet many of us are not. Are you connected? Do you feel like you belong? Are you just going through the motions? How are you deepening your faith?Learn about Small Goups