Never let anything so fill you with Sorrow that you forget the joy of Christ Risen - St. Mother Theresa of Calcutta

We are a vibrant Roman Catholic Community of faith that is rich in the traditions of our faith and of our Parish.


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 9 a.m.
Wednesday: 8:15 a.m.
Saturday Vigil: 5 p.m.
Sunday:  8 a.m., 10 a.m., 12 p.m. (Spanish)


Saturday: 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Or by appointment at (707) 433-5536

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217 Fitch Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448

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Prayer for Fathers

St. Joseph, guardian of Jesus and chaste husband of Mary, you passed your life in loving fulfillment of duty. You supported the holy family of Nazareth with the work of your hands. Kindly protect those who trustingly come to you. You know their aspirations, their hardships, their hopes. They look to you because they know you will understand and protect them. You too knew trial, labor and weariness. But amid the worries of material life your soul was full of deep peace and sang out in true joy through intimacy with God’s Son entrusted to you and with Mary, his tender Mother. Assure those you protect that they do not labor alone. Teach them to find Jesus near them and to watch over him faithfully as you have done.

Pope John XXIII

St. John’s Commemorative Brick Campaign

It’s time to make St. John’s dream of a new play structure into a reality.    We are SO CLOSE to “closing the gap” and with your support we can do it! During the month of June St. John’s is hosting a commemorative brick campaign.   If 200 bricks are sold this month St. John’s will be able to break ground in August and have a new play structure up before the start of the 2017-18 school year! Go to the below link for more details and to buy your bricks today! ​ ALSO….PLEASE SHARE THIS​ LINK WITH YOUR ...
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In celebration of the feast of the birth of St. John the Baptist on Saturday, June 24, the ICF is hosting a breakfast on Sunday , June 25, from 8am until Noon, menu includes biscuits & gravy, scrambled eggs, juice, coffee and tea. Richard Passalacqua may create his famous Gin Fizz if we are lucky. In lieu of tickets, donations will be appreciated ...
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Ladies Guild Giving Bassinet

We want to thank you for all those precious gifts for babies, and children that you donated to the Giving Bassinet ...
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First Communion & Confirmation Photos

Prints can be ordered at: Order Deadline: Sunday June 11th.  First Communion Photos are posted and available to view now. Confirmation Photos will be available at the above link by Friday June 2nd. If you would like an email notification as soon as the Confirmation portraits are ready to view, go to the above web address and click on “Confirmation.” You will have the option to sign up for a notification there. Questions?   Please call or write to: 707-385-1811 ...
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June 22, 2017
June 23, 2017


At the heart of today’s solemnity is a eucharistic procession, held in many parishes, that calls to mind the procession of Holy Thursday, yet has a purpose different from the somber adoration in the night watch. In the late Middle Ages, a procession through the city with the Blessed Sacrament was an occasion of heartfelt joy and great emotion. In a time when people seldom approached the altar to receive Holy Communion, the procession through the streets, past homes and workplaces, was a vibrant reminder that Christ was with them as a dear companion and guide.

Every year on this day, a joyful procession winds through the streets of Rome from the Lateran cathedral. A few years ago, Pope John Paul II, deeply moved at the sight of the throng accompanying the sacred host, said that we ought to feel profoundly united with the faithful everywhere in the world at such a moment. “Before our mind’s eye all the Churches of the world, from East to West, from North to South, are present.” Originally this feast was on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday, but after the calendar reform of 1970, its title was expanded from “Corpus Christi” to “The Body and Blood of Christ” and in the United States it was moved to the Sunday after Trinity Sunday. Even though Easter season ended two weeks ago, this beautiful feast is aglow with Easter light.