Masses are celebrated on Sundays at 8:30am, 11:00am, and 5:00pm (on the first Sundays Mass celebrated in Spanish at 1:00pm).
Daily Masses are MWF 12:10pm and T Th 8:30am.
There is a limited capacity of 450 in the Church per Mass. Please arrive early to insure a seat.
To ensure the capacity, the doors will be LOCKED at the beginning of the Gospel.
Congregants are to sign in to help with the count.
Masks are optional.
The "cry room" is available for parents and infant children.
The nursery is available during the 8:30am and 11:00am Mass.
Please consider using your device if you wish to follow along with the Liturgy. There are several apps available for your use. Click here for a sample.
You may want to purchase a St. Joseph Missal for the same purpose. Catholic Supply (St. Louis) is one source for the missal.
Confessions on Saturdays will be at 10:00am until 11:00am even on Ole Miss Homegame weekends (unless it is an early game). Parking is available for Confessions. Cars must be moved out of the parking lot by noon.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will continue to be on Sundays at 4:00pm before the 5:00pm Mass.
Anointing of the Sick will be offered on Fridays at the conclusion of the 12:10pm Mass. Conditions for the sacrament are here.
FOCUS (Fellowship of Catholic University Students) have "Holy Hour" on Thursdays following the 8:30am Mass. All are welcome to join.
Tuesday, October 5th, begins St. John's October responsibility for the operation of the Oxford Pantry. We need volunteers with flexibility to work from 8:30 am to 11:30 am on any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday.
If you or someone you know has access to a truck, we can use it! He or she will pick up a pallet of can goods from Larson's Cash Saver each Tuesday morning (8:15am) and deliver to the Pantry for stocking the shelves.
Due to COVID-19 protocols, the clients will "drive up" to pick up their items. Those of us who are working the Pantry will be inside the Pantry. Ole Miss students will help bring the packages to the cars.
Please consider joining us as we provide for those in need in Lafayette County. Contact John Kohne, 901-849-3151 or Barbara Hoffmann, 662-801-4102 with any questions or to sign up and join us
On Sunday, October 17 from 2-5pm bring your family to Camp Hopewell for an afternoon of canoeing, games, nature walks, kayaking and a hayride.
Camp Hopewell is located just a short ride up Hwy 30. We look forward to seeing you. The Knights of Columbus are grilling hotdogs and hamburgers for everyone!
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The Knights of Columbus are offering parking spots for those who want an assured place to park for EVERY football homegame this Fall. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Basil @ 662-816-0252 for more information.