Welcome to St. John the Baptist Parish Burlington!
Welcome to our parish web site. Within these pages, you will find the information you need to feed your faith life and that of your family. At the same time, these pages will give you a glimpse of who we are and how our community lives out our Catholic beliefs together.
Saint John the Baptist is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Burlington, serving the people in the central core. The Church itself is at the corner of Brant Street and Blairholm Avenue, about one kilometer north of Lake Ontario.
As a parish, we strive to grow in the love and knowledge of God, sharing his Good News with the world. We also work to be a loving and welcoming community, caring for all in need and always being faithful to Christ’s call.
February 28th 4-7 PM
Mark your calendars and come join us on Shrove Tuesday, February 28, for pancakes and sausages in the parish hall!
Anxiety and Depression Seminar
For anyone who struggles with anxiety or depression, St. John’s Parish is hosting a free seminar – no reservations required. Come and hear speaker Mike Glugosh, from the Mountainview Clinic for Stress and Anxiety, share coping skills to help you overcome Anxiety Disorder, the #1 emotional problem in our country today. This seminar will take place on Thursday, February 23rd at 7:00 PM in the St. John’s parish hall. If you cannot attend, please phone the clinic at 905-320-4699 for information.
St. John’s CWL Lenten Day of Prayer is open to all the ladies of the parish and will be held on Tuesday March 7th.
It starts with Mass at 9.a.m. and closes with Benediction at 2:15p.m. Father Mike Isabelle is our Facilitator. And his theme is “He spoke to them in Parables”
Refreshments and lunch will be served. The cost is a donation of $15.00, with registration
Please register early. Registration Forms at the doors of the Church. Drop the registration form in an envelope and mark it “CWL Retreat” and place it in the collection plate or drop it off at the Church office or phone Marie Arponen at 905 637 1677. Dead line is March 3rd.
What’s New in Religious Education in our Catholic Schools?
The new evangelization is afoot in our Catholic schools. There are exciting opportunities for teachers, students at all levels, parents, and parishes. Explore the new religious education program with Dr. Anne Jamieson, director of the Catechesis Office for the Diocese of Hamilton and popular author and speaker.
Open and free to all. March 23, 7 p.m., St. John’s Parish Hall. Come and learn more about the opportunities for all of us.
When?: Saturday, March 4th after the 5pm Mass. All are welcome!
If you are able to, please sign up to volunteer a bit of your time to help make the night a parish-wide success! Contact Deacon Rob for additional details!
Knights of Columbus Sunday Breakfast at St. John’s
A special thank you to the Monsignor James Corbett Warren Memorial Council #5073 of the Knights of Columbus who prepared the meal.
The event was a great success with fun and prizes. We encourage those who were unable to attend this time to come on out with their families and friends when we offer another Parish Breakfast in the Spring.
Click HERE for photos of the event.
See if you can pick out one of the prize winners!
The CWL would like to thank all those who visited the bazaar and helped out! Please click HERE to view photos from the event!
Pilgrimage to Fatima, Lourdes with Barcelona
From June 11 to June 20, 2017.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the apparition of our Lady at Fatima, Portugal.
Click on to the link at https://gateway.gocollette.com/link/764541
For more complete information or phone Deacon Rob at:
If you have recently retired and are looking for a worthwhile, rewarding way to “pay back” by volunteering, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul might be the perfect option for you.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is in need of men and women to become involved with our Home Visit program. Our St. John Conference has been actively helping people in our parish area and beyond for over five decades. However, we have reached a point where our Membership has declined substantially and we find ourselves with fewer people to respond to all the calls for help that we receive.
To find out more:
- Come to a Meeting: @ 2:00 P. M. Warren Room the 3rd Monday of each month
- e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- phone us at: 905-979-6460
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul is a lay Catholic organization whose mission is:
To live the Gospel message by serving Christ in the poor with love, respect, justice and joy.
WE COULD SURE USE YOUR HELP!