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, KHS

Pastor

 

 

SJN Plan for Reopening

Click on link to view SJN Plan for Reopening (Revised)

St. John Neumann Roman Catholic Church "Soft" Re-Opening

Due to COVID19-related restrictions, we are currently admitting people to Weekend Masses by reservation. Reservations are not required for Monday, Tuesday or Friday. To make a reservation, call 410-208-2956 and ask for extension 211. If our automated phone system answers, immediately enter "*211" (i.e., star 2-1-1).  Masses are being celebrated publically on Saturday afternoon at 4:00 PM, on Sunday morning at 9:00 and 11:00 AM, and on Monday, Tuesday and Friday at  9:00 AM.  Reservation requests will be taken from Monday mornings at 8:00 AM thru Tuesday mornings at 8:00 AM for Masses on the following weekend.  The Parish will call you on Thursday to confirm your registration.  Church doors are locked 10 minutes prior to the start of Mass; all attendees must be seated by then. 

Bishop Malooly's dispensation from the Sunday obligation remains in force for everyone in the Diocese of Wilmington. 

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be administered at announced times and by appointment.  Confessions will no longer be heard on Saturday afternoons.

The Parish Office will be open Monday thru Thursday from 10:00 AM until 12:00 Noon and from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM. 

Parish Giving

Please, if you can, continue to mail in your weekly donation or consider making your donation electronically. If you would like to sign up for our E-Giving, call Deacon Weschler at 410-208-2956 for more details. Thank you for all that you do to support our Parish.

Remind

PLEASE, if you have not signed up for our "remind.com" information service, send an email to [email protected] to do that now. You'll need to give your name with either your CELL phone (not your landline) and/or your email address. Then, watch your text messages and emails. You will receive either a text or an email from remind.com that will give you instructions on how to complete your registration. If you HAVE signed up but are not receiving messages from Fr. Cocucci, that means that you did not respond to the text or email sent by remind.com. Please check your emails and texts (including your junk mail folders) from around the time you sent in your information and respond to whatever remind.com sent you. This program allows Fr. Cocucci to get important and sometimes urgent information to you efficiently.

Thank you for your cooperation and continued support!

Mass Livestream

For the near future, all masses will be livestreamed. We invite you to join us online, on YouTube, to celebrate Mass with Fr. Cocucci. Here is the link that you can follow: 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtYWCSWZDclHfNcWayftyeA

Finally, during your time of prayer, please continue to pray for all those affected by the coronavirus. 

A PRAYER FOR PROTECTION IN TIME OF PANDEMIC

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 10:00 AM - Noon;
and 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

[email protected]

The Saint John Neumann Parish Cookbook - 10th Anniversary Edition is on sale at the Parish Office.  Cost is $5!