Upcoming Events
All Saints Day Mass

Tuesday, November 1
On Tuesday, November 1, during the All Saints Day School Mass, sixth graders will present the lives of some of their favorite saints, complete with costumes. Join us for this special school Mass.

Save the Date: Family Fun Night!

Friday, November 4
Plan now to bring your family and join the St. John school community for a night of FUN exploring the wonders of Asia. Kids games and crafts will create music, animals and masks. A scavenger hunt will challenge you to find the landmarks hidden nearby. Show your style dancing and singing to the music. And don’t forget to do a little worldly shopping at the Friday night auction! No reservations needed for this FREE family event. Dinner will be offered from 5:30 – 6:30 in the church basement for $5/person.

St. John School Benefit Auction

Saturday, November 5
We are in the homestretch of Auction planning. With just two weeks to go, it is time to turn in our reservation numbers to the caterer. So please give us your RSVP by Tuesday, October 25! We are excited to share the wonderful donations with you, so make plans to join us. And if attending is not in your plans, consider volunteering! We need your help and we have times to fit anyone’s schedule, so let us know where we can count on you!

Please contact the auction office or visit our website for more information:


Thank you for your support!
Meredith Lang, Nicole Sabatini, Amy Cast
Auction Chairs

Virtue of the Month: Charity

Charity is the act of helping others. You are quick to help others when needed and never expect something in return. You thank God for all the blessings you have received in your own life and you choose to help other children of God in their needs. By being charitable, God sees the love we have for Him, his creation, and each other.
Examples: volunteering, showing kindness to a friend, doing something without being asked.

“Above all, the teaching of the faith and assurance of Jesus’ love is the most important part of St. John School.

It is a privilege for us as staff to share our faith, pray, sing songs of praise, celebrate the liturgical seasons of the year, and attend school Mass with our students.

This is who we are.”

— Pat Newton, Principal