Blue Flower

 

Please Remember In Your Prayers:

The sick and the shut-ins of our parish community, especially: Betty Wells, Anthony Stevenson, Sterling Alvin Colberth, Emmanuel T. Siemonh, Georgia Beally, Anna Livesay, Jacqueline Holland, Bridget Peterson, Isabel Morales, Rosa Maria Santos, Carmelita Carter, Luigi Flaim, Jerry  Sullivan, Mark Ballard, Luther Anderson, Tony Lembo, Regina Proctor, Teresa Sander, Sandy M. Ingram, Shirley Krucelyak, Laverne Ward-White, Ralph Peterson, Janet and Ed Madden, Fr. Pittman, Joyce Doyle, Janet Miller and all parishioners who are ill.

 PRAYERS FOR OUR BELOVED DEAD (Parishioners)

BELOVED DEAD Sunrise Sunset
Louise Proctor (†)   January 6, 2017
Richard O'Brien Stevenson (†) Jul 18, 1944 May 14, 2017
Judith Lynn Miller (†) Jan 13, 1952 June 17, 2017
Cora Green (†) 1920 June 24, 2017
Joseph Joy (†)  Aug 23, 1941 June 30, 2017
Albert "Al" Fenstomocher (†) Jun 22, 1939  August 10, 2017
     

 
             

WELCOME VISITORS and PARISHIONERS to St. John the
Evangelist Catholic Church, Clinton, MD

Mission Statement for
St. John the Evangelist Church

Our Mission, rooted in Christ, is to create a spirit of hospitality and Evangelization.  We do this by celebrating th e Liturgy with great care and devotion, and faithfully witnessing God's presence and love in our lives.  In doing so, we share our God-given gifts and caring for those in need.

The Parishioners of St. John's remain rooted in Christ by:

     Celebrating the Liturgy with great care and devotion,
     Witnessing faithfully to God's presence and love in our daily lives and effectively communicating that message,
     Creating a spirit of evangelization, hospitality and encouraging active participation by the entire congregation,
     Sharing our God-given gifts and caring for those in need. 

 

 

   

Adult and Family Rally & Mass for Life

When: Monday, January 19th 8:30-10:00

Where:  Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1725 Rhode Island Ave. NW, Washington DC 20036; phone: 202-3473215

Celebrant: Most Reverend Mario E. Dorsenville

Homilist: Msgr. Robert Panke

Speaker: David Bereit, Pro Life Advocate & founder of "40 Days of Life."

 

 

 

      

  SUNDAY,  JANUARY 14
   8:00 AM ..................................................Andrew and Helen Mihaly (†)
   9:45 AM ..................................................Stanley Dejniak (†)
   11:30 AM ................................................Teresita Valero-Nifalar (†)
   1:00 PM ...................................................Louise Marie Proctor (†)
   4:00 PM ...................................................Souls in Purgatory   

                                                                                                                                     
  MONDAY JANUARY 15
  8:30 AM ...................................................Ed Garro Jr. (†)

 TUESDAY, JANUARY 16
 
8:30 AM.....................................................Naughton Family  

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17

6:30 AM ....................................................Charles Telles (†)
8:30 AM ....................................................Naughton Family 


  THURSDAY, JANUARY 18
  8:30 AM.....................................................Friends of the Naughton Family  

  FRIDAY, JANUARY 19
 8:30 AM.....................................................Rosemary McKillips (†) 

  SATURDAYJANUARY 20
  8:30 AM....................................................Felicidad Pineda (†)
  
5:00 PM....................................................Ed Garro Jr. (†)
  
  SUNDAY, JANUARY 21
  
8:00 AM ..................................................Jose Duran (†)    
   9:45 AM ..................................................Ed Garro Jr. (†)
   11:30 AM ................................................Petra King (†)
   1:00 PM ...................................................Beverly Rob (†)
   4:00 PM ...................................................Souls in Purgatory


**  Please submit all Mass intentions at the rectory during normal work hours either in person or in writing. **

( 1yr)=anniversary of death

 

Collection Information

There will be a second collection this weekend for the Church Mission within the United States.  Please be as generous as you are able. 
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If you are currently receiving envelopes and are not using them, please call the rectory to discontinue the shipment.  You will be able to keep your number.  The parish is charged for each order sent.  This will help decrease unnecessary expenses incurred by the parish.  Thank you for your cooperation.  
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Need to drop off offertory envelopes? please do not place your offertory envelopes in the mailbox; please slip them in the slot on the front door of the Rectory. 
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OUR SCHOOL:

We begin this New Year refreshed and renewed after a beautiful Christmas Holiday.  Our students have come back ready to work and have begun to prepare for our Annual Cross Curricular Event.  This year our theme, S.T.R.E.A.M., is one filled with exciting possibilities.  Our students are looking forward to showing off their accomplishments in a wide variety of subjects during our Open House this month.  We hope that you will join us at our Annual Open House and Cross Curricular Event this month on Sunday, January 28th as we celebrate the opening of Catholic Schools Week.  This is always a special time at our school and we look forward to sharing it with you.  Please join us for morning prayers ( at 8:10 am) and afternoon prayers and announcements (at 2:50 pm) each day to hear about our progress and preparations!  Our Live Stream link can be found on our website: www.saintjohnsschool.org

                               

"The Mission of St. John the Evangelist Parish School is to be a respectful Catholic environment
where the invitation to become citizen disciples of Jesus Christ is manifested by its learners
and teachers.  Animated by a spirit of trust and cooperation, we are dedicated to religious formation,
academic achievement and appropriate social development.  In all we do, we celebrate the unique
gift of God in each
person and strive to capture the dream of God for all who make up the community
of St. John's School."
 

Please visit our website: www.saintjohnsschool.org  for our schedule, upcoming events and contact information.

                                  

                                  
  




 

 

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came to be through him, and without him nothing came to be. What came to be through him was life, and this life was the light of the human race; the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (St. John the Evangelist, Apostle; John 1:1-5).