St john the baptist church westport ma

St john the baptist church westport ma

Friday virtual service

All is welcome to spend the day with the Blessed Mother. It contains guidance, dedication, and intercession based on the 1917 message of Fatima. It would be possible to confess. Please carry a lunch bag.
During Advent, the three parishes in Westport are sponsoring Sung Vespers on Sunday evenings as a way to help people spiritually prepare for Christmas. On Sunday, December 11, Father Leonard Hindsley will deliver the homily at St. John the Baptist Church. The following Sunday, December 18, Father Dariusz Kalinowski will preach at Vespers at Our Lady of Grace Church. All is welcome.
Set aside some time during Advent to spiritually ready yourself for Christmas. Stop the pre-Christmas madness by taking time to Sing Praise with the Church during these Advent Sung Vespers. St. John the Baptist, St. George, and Our Lady of Grace parishes in Westport partnered to provide this service.
Come spend a day with the Blessed Mother, or as much of one as your schedule requires. Based on the 1917 message of Fatima, the curriculum includes guidance, dedication, and intercession. At 9 a.m., there will be a Mass. During the day, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be open. Participants must bring their own lunch.

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Mass will be held at 50 percent capacity at both Saint John the Baptist and Saint Mary of the Pool. In addition, beginning Monday, July 13th, Dane County has released a mandatory mask order for all indoor public spaces. When attending Mass in person, all parishioners will be required to wear a mask. On the Saint John the Baptist YouTube page, we will continue to stream masses live at 5 p.m. on Saturdays, 10:30 a.m. on Sundays, and 1:00 p.m. on Sundays for Mass in Spanish.
Parishioners in Waunakee and Westport can now receive parish communications through Flocknote, an app designed specifically for congregation communication. Members of the parishes of St. John the Baptist and St. Mary of the Lake sign up separately. Each parish has its own copy of the Flocknote. Choose your church’s sign-up connection and sign up today! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: Waunakee is a town in the state of Wisconsin (Saint John the Baptist parishioners) Westport is a town in the state of Connecticut (Saint Mary of the Lake parishioners)
Members of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church and St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church will attend Mass and private services from the comfort of their own homes. Saint John the Baptist Church now has a live stream on YouTube.

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UPDATED: November 17, 2018 at 12:00 a.m. | BY Matt Stout and O’Ryan Johnson | PUBLISHED: March 19, 2013 at 12:00 a.m.


Last night, the pastor of a Westport church said his faith was put to the test by a pair of hate-fueled vandals who cut a crucifix in half, stole a 100-year-old tabernacle, and urinated in the holy water, according to authorities.
“We’re expected to pray for all, including our enemies,” says the narrator. Hindsley told the Herald, “That’s in the gospel.” “In terms of God and spirituality, they have a lot to pay for. I’m not here to pass judgement on someone. I’m just here to support the parish in surviving this horrific event.”
Martin Cutler, 29, of Taunton, is accused of committing a hate crime, desecrating a house of worship, and larceny in connection with a break-in in which police claim he and his brother Jesse, 27, ransacked St. John the Baptist Church on March 1 or 2 and stole some priceless religious objects.
Martin Cutler, who has Hepatitis B, was also charged with poisoning with the intent to kill after urinating “infected bodily fluid” into a receptacle filled with holy water, according to police.

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During these tough times, our Joint Team is working tirelessly to represent and support our parishioners. We want you to know that St. J’s is concerned about you! We are doing our best to work within the Archdiocese’s and Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ guidelines as we creatively strive to communicate with our parishioners and develop new standards of communication and substantive interaction, while still supporting our community’s spiritual needs.
If you have a prayer intention, a specific need, or know of a parishioner who needs a call or some kind of outreach from our parish, please contact us at [email protected]
We’re looking for all of our parishioners’ email addresses so that we can build an accessible database where we can keep in touch with them, providing vital information on Church hours and sacramental opportunities, as well as inspirational videos, live stream updates, and other tools to help you. Registering for this email will also assist us in updating our parishioner database, which will enable us to obtain a greater understanding of our community and how we can serve you more effectively. Visit the Registration page to get started.