Come, visit and join us as we grow to be and become those people God created and redeems us to be.

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

Our Catholic School


217 Fitch Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448

To learn more visit school's website

The GIVING Bassinet

Our Ladies Guild, for the benefit of babies and toddlers serviced by Catholic Charities, is sponsoring THE GIVING BASSINET during the month of May.  We invite all parishioners to join I n our effort by donating NEW baby items.  Take notice by the front entrance of the Church a stand with hanging tags that suggest items to donate.  Please return your unwrapped gifts to the bassinet or Parish Office.  Cash donations are welcome.  Thank you for your generosity.  For more information call Sharon Cowley (431-0997) or Barbara Thomas (433-2171).

April 28, 2016
April 29, 2016

ICF Mother’s Day Dinner

You are invited to the ICF Mother’s Day Dinner, Tuesday, May 10th, 6:30 p.m. in the small hall. Our Chefs for the night are Harry Wetzel and Teri Rolleri, serving: a mixed green salad, with tomato, avocado, house-made croutons with a red wine vinaigrette (courtesy of Teri’s great-grandfather, Fiore Giannini); pork tenderloin; roasted vegetables and potatoes; dessert.  Members - $15; non-members - $18; children (ages 6 - 12) - $5. Dinner is free to ladies over 80, as our Mother’s Day gift.  RSVP by May 6th to Mary Madden, 431-0438.  Limited space!  No childcare available for this event.

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ICF Biscotti Class

Join Carmen Puccinelli and Karl Seppi in the Seppi’s culinary kitchen
on Sunday, May 15th at 1:30pm for this fun class. Make them, bake
them, and take some home, using “Nonna’s” 150-year-old biscotti
recipe from Italy. While you bake away, enjoy a light afternoon
luncheon with wine included. $40 per person – limited to 10 people,
with only two slots left! Contact Nancy Seppi at 433-4708 ...
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ONE BIG NIGHT – a BIG success!

Thank you to all of our school families, parishioners and community donators who supported the PTG’s “One Big Night” on April 9th! It was a memorable party fit for a 65 year benefit – with incredible energy, “Tiger” pride, dancing and toasting! The event's festivities exceeded our goal of $65,000. Raffles winners include: the Diaz family (tuition
for a year); the Simony Family (iPhone) and parishioner Pat Dugan (101 bottles of wine). Special thank you to the night’s event chairs, to the Villa Chanticleer and
to Fig & Vine Catering! ...
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Great American Can Roundup

St. John’s School is participating in the “Great American Can Roundup.”  For the next TWO WEEKS, please collect aluminum cans and bring them to the school or Church office.  The deadline is Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd.    We can earn some money for our school, besides caring for our planet! ...
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First Communion

We will celebrate our Parish First Communions next Saturday,
April 23. This year we have over 100 young people receiving communion for their first time. The mass in English will be at 10am and in Spanish at noon. Congratulations to all of our students and teachers.

New Chapel Project

The new Chapel project recommended by the Finance Council has been approved by Bishop Vasa. A generous sponsor has also offered to fund the project. Construction will start in the Summer and is expected to take 2 to 3 months.

The Chapel will re use the original St John’s Church Altar and there also will be a statue of St. Gianna in the Chapel. Seating approximately 50 people the Chapel will be well suited for small weddings, funerals and Masses.

For more information, please click here.