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

Our Catholic School


217 Fitch Street, Healdsburg, CA 95448

To learn more visit school's website


Armando Arambula, Lupe Arreguin, Clementina Avalos, Giovanny Ayon, Allen Beer, Jr , Stephanie Bilbey, Denyse Browne, Emily Camilleri, Oliva Carrillo, Angela Garcia Cook, Angella Creel, Sharon Cussins, Ewa Frycz, Carlos Gomez, Alexa Jaramillo, Martin Haman, Jim Eade, Jimena Hernandez, Anne McStravick, Nick Morelli, Francisco Munguia, Salvador Olvera, Eileen O’Neal, Fred Pisani, Becky R. Oseguera, Sue Rathjen, Bruce Rochester, Rosa Rodriguez,Ally Rose, Evelyn Rossi, Tony Rhine, Ermelinda Sanchez, Christine Sowka, Tessie Spiteri, Guadalupe Suarez, Felipe Venegas, Melissa Warren, Raeleene Whitt, Robert Zimmerman,.

Rest in Peace

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Youth Group

Youth group off for the summer, meetings will come back when school year starts ...
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Ladies Guild Giving Bassinet

A most sincere thank you to you, our St. John’s parishioners, for your gracious participation and donation of baby clothes/baby items to  ” The Giving Bassinet” project. Your giving was overwhelming and to you we are most grateful.  Thank you for your generosity and kindness in helping us accumulate thirty two boxes of baby items and $350.00 in cash for Catholic Charities in Santa Rosa.  God bless you and may He wrap you in His arms and fill you with His love. Fondly, The Ladies Guild of St. John’s Catholic Church “Give something, however small, to the one in need.  ...
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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 ...
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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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June 24, 2017
June 25, 2017

Pastors Desk, June 22, 2017

Online Giving

We now have the option for giving to the parish through your credit card on line.  Our website has a portal for online giving.  Online giving is a way for many of us who don’t carry a wallet or purse to support our parish and the special second collections that come up.  I hope this makes it easier for parishioners as another option besides checks and cash; it’s also an easy way to earn miles or points on your credit card.


Office Closed the week of 4th of July

There will be no mass on the 4th, both myself and Fr. Abel will be out of town until July 6.


Summer office Hours

The office will be closed the first week of July and then open Tuesday-Thursday from 10am-3pm for the remainder of the month of July.