Parish Events & Happenings

Discovering Christ
Join us on Wednesday evenings in Lent for this opportunity to deepen your faith
and revitalize your love for Jesus!

Lenten Wednesday Evening Schedule

Ash Wednesday ~ March 1st

7:00 pm – Ash Wednesday Mass
8:00 pm – Presentation in Church
8:30 pm – Reflection

Lenten Wednesdays ~ March 8,15, 22, 29, April 5

5:30 pm – Mass (in Church)
6:30 pm – Simple Soup Supper (Wedgewood Center)
7:00 pm – Prayer and song
7:30 - Video presentation
8:00 – Faith Sharing
8:30 – Closing prayer and dismissal




2017 St. John Vianney Lawn Fete
Thursday July 20th - Sunday July 23rd

Thursday – Kick Off Run

Friday – 5pm – 11:00pm

Saturday – 5pm – 11:00pm

Sunday – 12pm – 5:00pm

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So many new things this year!!!
Food Truck Rally Friday & Saturday
Lloyd's, Cheesy Chick, The Great Foodini, RNR BBQ,  Just Pizza, House of Munch, and Kettlecorn
Friday - Hit N Run
Saturday Country Music - Eric VanHouten 

Read all the fun on the included poster!!!

Click here to check out our Lawn Fete Webpage



 What do you want to say to Pope Francis about marriage and the family?  He is listening!
You can share your thoughts with him, and the entire General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops who are preparing to gather this fall to consider The Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and the Contemporary World. Contributions to this survey will be accepted until April 17, 2015. Please reply to the survey which the Diocese of Buffalo has prepared at  You can find the link for the survey “Speak to Pope about Marriage and Family” at the sidebar of the homepage, just below the image of Bishop Malone, as well as in the Chancery menu.  Within this survey you will find a brief video which situates the question within the context of Catholic teaching.  Drawing upon the insights and concerns of the local churches, the Synod Fathers produced a working document and developed these six focus questions to guide their reflections and discussion.  You are welcome to read the preparatory document, or “Lineamenta”, which is available from the Vatican.  Do not forget to include the Captcha code before submitting your responses.