Parish Events & Happenings

It Tastes Good To Do Good!

Buy Fair Trade Products!

Small Farmers / BIG Change! Please visit The SJV Ethical Trade Committee Coffee/Tea/Chocolate Sale every third weekend of the month following all Masses (Sat-Sun). We will offer fairly traded products for purchase (cash or check) to support co-ops in developing countries that provide equitable compensation to men and women farmers, while supporting farming methods that protect the environment. Our purchase of  Fairly Traded Products impacts families and communities around the world and allows us to bring our faith to the choices we make as consumers. It tastes GOOD to do GOOD! Items can be ordered in advance by completing the ET Order Form and placing in the SJV Mass Offertory Basket or by emailing

Click here for the Fair Trade Order Form


Click here to print the flyer on the event!

Join us this Lent for an amazing six week program

Mondays - 2/19, 2/26, 3/5, 3/19, 3/26, and 4/2/18
School Cafeteria
Simple Soup Supper 6:30pm and Program 7:00pm

There are six sessions in Part 2 of The Journey/El Camino which explore Jesus and his community:

Jesus, Sender of the Spirit – this session emphasizes the essential role of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church and gives participants and opportunity to renew their sense of the Spirit in their lives.

Jesus, The Gatherer – this session helps participants understand that Jesus calls everyone, and calls them into community and mission.

Jesus, The Leader – this session underscores the distinct kind of leadership Jesus gives and bequeaths to his Church: a leadership of humble service.

Jesus, the Reconciler – in this session participants see that rampant conflict can exist even among Christians and come to understand the ongoing need for reconciliation and peace-making in the community of Jesus

Jesus, Host of Meals – Jesus often ministered to people at table. The Eucharist is his greatest table ministry, one that continues in the heart of the Church gives it life today.

Jesus, Bringer of the Kingdom – Jesus’ mission was to bring about the Kingdom of God. His community, his people, live for the Kingdom, just as Jesus did.

To register simply email the Program.







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

Click here to check out our Lawn Fete Webpage




Confirmation Candidate Christine Jerome was confirmed here at St. John Vianney on
Sunday, June 4th, at the Feast of Pentecost 


Catholic Biblical Studies 2017 Graduates
Sunday, June 4th
at St. Mary's of the Assumption in Lancaster
Susan Herr, Terese Pitrelli, Laurie Reger and Fr. Bob

Catholic Marriage
Patrick & Lisa Skinner