Welcome!

As parishioners of St. John the Evangelist Parish, strengthened by the Eucharist, we pray to be an instrument in the hand of God to draw all people to salvation for eternal life by living our baptismal promises and deepening our relationship with Jesus Christ.

Here you can learn more about our parish, find our weekly bulletins, and find mass/sacrament schedules.

Mass Schedule

St. John Mass Schedule:

Saturdays:  5:00 p.m.
Sundays: 8:30 a.m.
Weekdays: Monday and Friday at 9:00 a.m.

Holy Days as listed in the bulletin.

St. John Confession Schedule:

4:15 p.m. every Saturday (before the 5:00 p.m. Saturday Mass)

Today’s Readings

  • by USCCB
    Reading 1 1 Pt 2:2-5, 9-12 Beloved:Like newborn infants, long for pure spiritual milkso that through it you may grow into salvation,for you have tasted that the Lord is good.Come […]

A Pastoral Letter

Celiac Policy

Effective the weekend of November 12-13, Bishop Kulick has implemented a policy to provide access to the Eucharist for those individuals who suffer with Celiac disease.  This policy permits those individuals to be provided access to the chalice of Precious Blood.  Implementation of this policy requires a number of practical actions to be undertaken.  SEE MORE

Eucharistic Revival

Mother Mary, comforter of the afflicted, protect us, and may we console others as you console us. Accept Bishop Kulick’s April Faithful Challenge and care for your emotional well-being so you are able to better care for others. 

Help For Ukraine

Bishop Larry J. Kulick asks the faithful of the Diocese of Greensburg to assist the Ukrainian Nation and its people by praying for them as this tragic conflict unfolds. Please visit the website below to find a prayer to say in your home. The website also includes a video of Bishop’s Lenten Reflection for Ukraine. Additionally, if you would like to make a donation to Catholic Relief Services to help families affected in Ukraine, please visit the Diocese website. CRS partner Caritas Poland assists Ukrainians crossing into Poland for safety and nearly 3 million people are in need of help.
www.dioceseofgreensburg.org/HelpForUkraine