Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday 4:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM
Weekday Mass Schedule
Monday 8:00 AM
Wednesday 8:00 AM
Third Friday of the Month 10:00 AM at Liberty Village Nursing Home
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Outreach Ministry Hours: Monday & Wednesday
9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Please pray for the following:
Nursing Homes: Millie Frese
Prayers for the sick:
Janet Ashby, Kay Bailey, Connie Brown, Susan Cooper, Phyllis Fehr, Cornelia Harpenau, Roy Harrold, Mary Hirsch, Steve Kimler, Steve Lighthall, Tina Mannix, Jon Menter, Joni Mollet, Melissa Nagy, Bill Sargent, Steven R. Smith, Cale Wayne, Deacon Todd Weber, Angie Walden, Rita Williams, Brett Willits, Guy Wisegarver.
Readings for the Week
Mass will once again be held with some restrictions listed under Important Information on this page.
19th Sunday in Ordinary Time:
Peter said to him in reply, "Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water." He said, "Come." Peter got out of the boat and began to walk on the water toward Jesus. But when he saw how strong the wind was, he became frightened, and, beginning to sink, he cried out, "Lord, save me!"-Matthew 14:28-30.
First Reading: 1st Kings 19:9A-13A.
Psalm: Psalms 85:9-14.
Second Reading: Romans 9:1-5.
Gospel: Matthew 14:22-33.
Please see the recent bulletin at the top of the home page (Aug. 9, 2020) for more information about this week as well as readings and important messages from Father.
Bishop Jenky has given permission for public Mass to resume. This is wonderful news but there will be some changes. Listed below are those things we will observe as we reopen our worship space.
1. Please feel free to return ONLY if you are well.
2. When entering the church please follow the guidance of the Ushers/Greeters. You may enter thru the main aisle only.
*seating will only be allowed in "open" pews. Limit of 5 people per pew, families may sit together.
3. As you enter the Church we ask you to please sanitize your hands. The Ushers will have sanitizer available and will put the sanitizer on your hands for you if you need them to that that.
4. Face masks will be available from the Ushers, or you may wear your own. Please do not judge if someone does not choose to wear a mask. Remember in all things charity.
5. Per guidelines issued by Peoria, there will be no Offertory Procession (there will be a collection take up by the Ushers), no Sign of Peace exchange, and no Communion from the Cup.
6. Please follow directions given at the time for Communion. Please extend your hand for communion, not on the tongue.
As mentioned in a previous conversation, the Parish Pastoral Council has agreed to hold a Cash Raffle to replace the annual fall festival due to its cancellation due to corona virus. The Council agreed that "When Life Gives You Lemons - Make Lemonade!" To make some lemonade to help raise funds for extraordinary expenses, we are sponsoring a raffle during the month of August. you should be receiving shortly a special mailing which includes 4 BOOKS OF RAFFLE TICKETS. Please see the bulletin for more information!
Baptism Class: Sunday, August 9th, at 10am. at St.John's Clinton. Class will meet on the second floor of the Rectory.
St. John's Religious Education Program needs CCD teachers! Teachers are needed for Pre-K and maybe 3\4th grade. If no one volunteers to teach the Pre-k class, we will not be able to offer the class this year.
K-8 REGISTRATION: Registration will be held on Sunday, September 6th, following the 8"30 Mass.
The new date for the Annual Diocesan Appeal : It will start September 19th & 20th!
The Spaghetti Dinner that is usually held in January is still on! It will most likely be a "drive-thru" event!
Please see our newest bulletin at the top of the page (labeled new) for all information from Father Jim!
You can have a song of your choice played on the church bell carillon on a specific day and time of your special intention. The cost is $10 for a weekday and $15 for weekend.Just stop by the Parish office during normal business hours.
We strongly encourage support and readership of our diocesan newspaper The Catholic Post. We hope all members of our Parish will use this valuable resource for Catholic living in our diocese. Follow The Catholic Post on Facebook to get breaking news first and to share stories and images of faith with your family and friends.
Please check the event calendar for all events happening in our Parish!