We, as a community of believers, Created by the Father, Enriched by the Holy Spirit and sustained by the Blessed Eucharist, are called to respond to Jesus Christ by making the gift of the Catholic faith a shared reality.
We, as a community of believers, Created by the Father, Enriched by the Holy Spirit, and Sustained by the Blessed Eucharist, are called to respond to Jesus Christ by making the gift of the Catholic faith a shared reality.
~Parish Mission Statement
Rev. Jack E. Sidler
Associate Pastor for
Rev. Mauricio Carasco
Dc. José Noé Morales-Cabello
Dc. Daniel Velasco Pérez
We will continue to live-stream our 10:00 AM Sunday Mass
until further notice.
Public Mass Schedule:
5:00 PM - English
7:00 PM - bilingual
7:00 AM - bilingual
10:00 AM - English
12:00 PM (noon) - English
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Fridays, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Saturdays, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
All other days and times by appointment only.
Information will be released as soon as possible.
St. John Catholic Church is Celebrating
As per the announcement from the Most Reverend, Anthony B. Taylor, Bishop of Little Rock, St. John Catholic Church has resumed the celebration of public Masses since the weekend of May 16th and 17th.
Click "here" for our letter, with specific instructions and restrictions on the return to the celebration of Mass.
No upcoming events other than weekend Masses.
Don't forget to use our parish hashtag when posting on social media.
Weekly Events have been canceled until further notice, as per the Most Reverend Anthony B. Taylor, Bishop of Little Rock, in response to the COVID-19 threat.