St. John Neumann Feast Day

40-Hour Devotion

Redemptorist St. John was known for his missionary work, holiness, spiritual writings, diocesan school system organization, and popularizing 40-hours of Eucharistic Adoration despite threats of sacrilege acts against the Eucharist and Catholic churches.

In honor of his legacy, we invite you to join us for a 40-hour Adoration period starting with the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at the end of a special Mass on Thurs., January 4 at 7:30 a.m. in the church transept with Fr. Bud.  Adoration will continue uninterrupted in the Chapel from 8:00 am through Friday, January 5 at 12 midnight.  Our normal 8:45 a.m. Mass will occur on January 4. The Chapel doors will be locked at 10 pm on Jan. 4 until 7 am the next morning. A temporary door code will be e-mailed to the overnight volunteers so that they may enter.  All parishioners are invited to adore the Lord by signing-up for an hour time slot by clicking the link below. We hope this time prayer will be fruitful and a time of grace for everyone, especially during this new year!


Click here to sign-up for Adoration!


Feast Day Mass

Celebrate with us the St. John Neumann’s Feast Day Mass on Thurs., January 5th at 8:45 a.m. followed by a light brunch after the Mass in Morris Hall. 

More about St. John Neumann

Learn more about our patron saint on our companion webpage!

Check out our calendar OF UPCOMING EVENTS!