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Welcome to our Church

NOTICES & EVENTS

Adoration Chapel Update


When the Blessed Sacrament is exposed it may never be left unattended. It has come to our attention that there are hours when it is. As a result, we must keep the outside doors locked at all times. Visitors are welcomed.

 

Please contact for more information:
Maureen Parmenter  or 

Martha Anne Macari 

SUN/May 15

An Evening with Cardinal Dolan


An evening with prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, a concert of Sacred Music, a Presentation on finding our treasure in God alone with Cardinal Dolan  and a special reception following. 

Learn More >

More Coming Soon


We are working to develop new opportunities for you coming soon. 

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Pope Francis has called for a universal synod of the church, convening bishops from around the world.

 

In preparation for this event, he has asked every diocese across the world to involve as many people as possible, Catholic, other Christians and non-Christians, during the “listening phase” in responding to a survey and attending regional listening sessions.

 

We encourage you to do so by filling out the survey and attending one of the regional meetings. If you have any questions, you may contact the diocesan synod committee at faithformation@dioceseofprovidence.org or 401-278-4646.

Take the Survey

Download the flyer for more information.

WELCOMING YOU

St. John the Baptist Mary Vianney is a welcoming and vibrant environment that offers spiritual, social and youthful opportunities to her parishioners.  We encourage you to join us for our weekend masses and stay for a lifetime.  We hope you will take time to learn more about us by browsing our website.

ABOUT OUR CHURCH

Our church shares a rich history with the Diamond Hill area. Learn more about the history of our church.

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MINISTRIES

With over 20 ministries in our parish we offer a variety of opportunities for you to join your fellow parishioners in prayer, bible study or social activities. We hope you will consider taking part in however the spirit moves you.

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SCHEDULES

Our services include weekend liturgies, holy days of obligation, baptisms, first communions, confirmations, weddings, funerals and special liturgies that our parish holds in celebration. 

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2022 CATHOLIC CHARITIES APPEAL

The 2022 Catholic Charity Appeal is currently in progress. You may have already received a pledge envelope in the mail, but if you have not, envelopes are available in the back of the church.

OTHER WAYS TO GIVE

You can make a gift online quickly and securely HERE

 

Text to Give Number

401-496-9889

Text the word “Appeal” to the number above, and a secure giving link will be sent automatically in response.

Gifts of Stock/IRS/Mutual Funds, etc...

Please contact Rich Popovic at RPopovic@dioceseofprovidence .org or 401-277-2115 with any questions


Matching Gifts:
Contact Deb Morin at 401-277-2121

For more information, please visit the Catholic Charities page on the diocesan website HERE

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DYNAMIC PARISH

BE BOLD. BE CATHOLIC.

We have teamed up with Dynamic Catholic to be a 

Dynamic Parish®

 
OTHER RESOURCES
Eucharistic Adoration
Live Stream
Bulletins/Schedules
Ask For Prayers
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SPREADING LOVE AND FAITH

We offer Faith Formation for parishioners of all ages.

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Beginning September 8, 2021 and lasting until June, 26, 2022, the Diocese of Providence will host an ongoing celebration of the sesquicentennial of its founding in February, 1872. The central theme of the celebration - embossed on the anniversary logo beneath the welcoming outstretched arms of Christ - is rooted in the sacred scripture of Psalm 126: “The Lord has done great things for us; we are filled with joy.”

Our diocesan celebration will begin on Wednesday, September 8, 2021, the feast of the Nativity of Our Lady, with "A Night to Honor Mary" at 6 p.m. in the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, and will continue through Sunday, June 26, 2022, when the commemoration of the 150th anniversary will conclude with a solemn closing Mass at the cathedral at 1 p.m. That Sunday is the closest to the patronal feast day of SS. Peter and Paul.

Download the event flyer here

Learn more about the 150th Anniversary

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