Welcome to St. John Neumann Catholic Church!
Every Catholic church holds a special place in the hearts of believers. We go to our parish churches to encounter Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, both at Mass and in the tabernacle. We bring our babies there to have them brought into the family of God, and we bring our deceased loved ones there to pray for them on their journey home. Couples exchange and renew wedding vows in their parish church. The repentant sinner finds the consolation of the sacrament of Reconciliation. In their parish church, people find the support and nourishment that can only be given by other members of the Body of Christ.
Welcome to the parish church of St. John Neumann – 1825 households strong, 72 of which have joined us since July 2012! Pray with us, worship with us, walk with us as we grow in our identity as daughters and sons of a loving Father and faithful disciples of Jesus Christ!
Rev. Joseph MPR Cocucci, Pastor
CELEBRATION OF SPIRITUAL COMMUNION WITH THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE MARCH FOR LIFE
Friday, 27 January
St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church
For those who cannot attend the March for Life in Washington DC, St. John Neumann Parish will host a Celebration of Spiritual Communion as follows:
8:30 AM Mass followed by Exposition
9:30 AM Rosary (Sorrowful Mysteries)
10:10 AM Litany in Praise of the Divine Mercy
10:30 AM Fr. Frank Pavone's Litany in Response to Abortion
11:00 AM Prayer for Intercession of St. John Neumann
11:15 AM Fr. Cletus Healey's Stations of the Cross for Victims of Abortion
12:00 PM Angelus
12:15 PM Novena Prayer for the Protection of the Unborn
12:30 PM Benediction
Please feel welcome to stay for the entire day or come and go for different segments. The Blessed Sacrament will remain exposed throughout the program once Mass is completed. There will be time for personal prayer and quiet between each piece of vocal prayer.
Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of St. John Neumann
Pilgrimage to the National Shrine of St. John Neumann in Philadelphia
Tuesday, 7 March 2017
Bring your petitions to St. John Neumann, the Patron of our Parish as well as the Patron of Catholic Education. Enjoy the opportunity to pray, socialize and share a meal with fellow SJN parishioners on this special spiritual journey! Click here for Pilgrimage Flyer and Reservation Form.