• Holy Trinity Stained Glass Window
    6 FADE
    Holy Trinity Stained Glass Window
    Exterior of Church and School
    Sign at Parish Entrance
    Jesus and the Children Stained Glass Window
    Sanctuary and Church Entrance
    Altar Sanctuary
    60th Anniversary Opening Mass
    Last Supper from Holy Land
    Catholic Schools Week Mass
  • Catholic Schools Week

    Click Here for Bishop's Letter

    See SJV Open House Event
    Click title for the Bishop's Letter on Catholic Schools Week.

  • Mass Directives: 

    Click Here for detailed directives.
    • The dispensation from attending Mass has ended so everyone who is not at risk must return to in-person Mass attendance.
    • Masks are no longer required.
    • Communion in center aisle, only in hands and no Precious Blood   offered.
    • The sign of peace should be contactless.

    Mass  times:  Saturday at 5pm, Sunday at 8am, 10am, and 12noon. Weekdays at 8am.  Church is open weekdays from 9am-2pm.

  • Links To Today's Readings

  • What makes someone a practicing Catholic?

  • Ordinary Time

    The Mass readings this year come from the Gospel of Luke. This is a good time to read it yourself
  • Padre Pio Healing prayer

    Click here for a Powerful healing prayer of St. Padre Pio


    In the spirit of St. John Vianney’s zeal and concern for people, we are a community proclaiming the Gospel in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.

    The community of St. John Vianney strives to utilize the gifts and talents of each parishioner to create a vibrant welcoming parish. 

    Through our liturgies, ministries, and organizations, we encounter Christ and are empowered to bring Him to the world.


    Come and visit our Parish Library located in the large conference room in the church gathering area.Grow your faith by reading a good book.  


    We are called as baptized disciples of Christ to get involved in sharing the Good News. There are many ways to get involved in our parish.
    Here are some ideas to get you started ...