Announcement 3/25

Easter Lily Memorials
Last chance to buy is today!
There are forms in the vestibule to order Easter Lilies in honor of a loved one. They are $15 each (cash or check made out to St. John Vianney).

The flowers will be marked with their name(s) and put out at the Easter Vigil. You can be pick them up to take home the following weekend, Divine Mercy Sunday, April 8th.

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Sun, Mar 25th – Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion (no coffee hours)
               5pm & 8am Mass Solemn Entrance          
               10:30am Mass Solemn Entrance with Procession
Wed, Mar 28 – 7:30pm Holy Wednesday Mass (No 10am Mass)

Thurs, Mar 29 – 
  7:30pm Holy Thursday Evening Mass (No 10am Mass)     
There will be incense. Collect Rice Bowls
                9-10pm – Eucharistic Adoration

Fri, Mar 30Good Friday (No 10am Mass)
                2:30pm Faith Formation pilgrimage 
(From 115th & Cove to prayer garden at SJV)
                3:00pm Stations of the Cross in prayer garden
                4:00pm Divine Mercy Devotion in the Chapel
                7:30pm Liturgy of Good Friday

Sat, Mar 31Holy Saturday (No confessions or 5pm Mass)
                9:00pm Easter Vigil of the Lord’s Resurrection
 There will be incense. 

Sun, Apr 1 – 10am Easter Sunday Mass


LIGHTS, CAMERA, AUCTION
May 4  6:00-10:00
Tickets available NOW at stjohnvianneyvashon.com 
for $40!

Tickets will be available in the vestibule for $45 after Mass starting the weekend of April 7/8. 

Wish List:
Themed house parties
Weekend packages – dinner/hotels/shows
Sporting event tickets
Vacation rentals
Gift cards
Contact Darlyn Sullivan, Ann Zapf, Maria Pottinger or the office with your items or ideas!


Divine Mercy Celebration
Sunday April 8th, 1:30-6:30pm

"You and yours are invited to a traditional 
'cordero al asador' goat spit roast. 

This year we've expanded the liturgy!  We'll gather at 1:30pm to watch the final stages of the roast, taking it off the fire at 2 to rest while we enter the sanctuary to begin a Holy Hour with Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.  We'll follow with our traditional Divine Mercy Chaplet with a Benediction to follow.  

Then we'll carve the meat at 4pm and serve the meal shortly thereafter.  We'll play field games and enjoy the graces of the day until 6:30 or so.  We'll be roasting all day; come when you can, morning, noon or evening.

Meat and flatbread will be provided.  Appetizers, side-dishes, desserts and drinks will be potluck style, so bring your favorite dish.  Hopefully weather will permit outdoor play of all kinds.
All are welcome.  Bring your friends and family and celebrate this 2nd Sunday of Easter with us.

Have you enjoyed the roast in previous years? If so, we'd appreciate volunteers for helping to make it happen. We've got some kitchen setup, serving and cleanup duties that necessitate about 10 people, in about 1.5 hour-long shifts. 

Signups will be in vestibule starting this Sunday.  Questions can go to Lauren Sheard at 206-463-6328.  Thanks for considering!

6th Annual Seattle Catholic Men's Conference Coming Soon! 
Attention Men: Do you want to be the man that God has always called you to be?  Grow closer to God with powerful speakers like Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, Jesse Romero and Archbishop Peter Sartain. These along with engaging worship and inspiring fellowship with hundreds of  fellow Catholic men  will make this a day to remember! Join us April 14 at St. Stephen the Martyr in Renton, WA! Registration is now open at http://www.seattlemensconference.org or there are forms under the bulletin table in the vestibule

SJV Women’s Group 
all women of the parish invited!
The SJV Women’s group meets twice a month on Mondays at 10:30AM.  “Our mission is to spread the love of God by promoting goodwill among the women of the parish and community, and at times engage in fundraising activities for the benefit of the Church.”  Meeting dates are scheduled for March 26, April 9 & 23, May 7 & 21.  Please contact Mary Ann Beardsley (206)567-4273 or mabeardsley1@gmail.com if you would like further information.  All women of the parish are welcome to attend!

Book Group 
discuss creation & evolution
The Vashon Ecumenical Book Group will discuss "Chance or Purpose?" by Cardinal Christoph Schönborn from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, April 8 in the conference room at St. John Vianney Church, 16100 115th Ave. SW.  All are welcome.

In this book, Schönborn, the Catholic archbishop of Vienna, develops a theology of creation that deals with evolution and contends that science and Christian faith are not at odds.

BAPTISM & BAPTISM PREP
If you plan on having a baby baptized in the near future, please plan on attending a baptism prep class here on Thursday, July 19th at 7:00pm. At least one parent and one godparent are required to attend. Baptisms will be celebrated the weekend of  August 4/5.

St. Vincent de Paul
Do you or someone you know need emergency help with rent, food, or utilities? Call the St. Vincent de Paul hotline at 206.450.7577 to arrange a home visit.

¿Tiene usted o alguien que usted conoce necesita ayuda de emergencia con el alquiler, la comida o las utilidades? Llame al 206.450.7577 para arreglar una visita al hogar.

Rachel’s Corner
Hope and Healing After Abortion
Have you felt oppressed inside since your abortion? Has this pain you hold in silence led you to feel like a prisoner to a secret? Come join us on a Rachel’s Vineyard™ Retreat and allow Him to free you from all that keeps you from being fully alive.
April 20-22, 2018  Stanwood WA
Call Valerie: 1-800-822-HOPE (4673)
You are loved with an everlasting Love!
Project Rachel is a program of Catholic Community Services