A New Parish for the Old Mass

sj23parishCoatOfArmsSaint John XXIII Parish celebrates Mass daily in the Extraordinary form of the Roman Rite – that is, the Traditional Latin (or Tridentine) Mass. Father James W. Dolan is chaplain of the community.

Check the “About Us” page for the location of St. Boniface Church, home of Saint John XXIII Parish.

Questions? Call Please call Father Dolan at 412-434-1651, or send an email to LatinMassQuestions@gmail.com, which can be passed along to Fr. Dolan.

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Photo Gallery of the Inaugural Mass

A gallery of 40 photos from the Inaugural Mass of Saint John XXIII Parish is now available.

Bishop David Zubik installed Father Lawrence DiNardo as Pastor Moderator and Father James Dolan as Pastor of the newly-established Saint John XXIII Parish on Sunday, January 4, 2015.

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Help needed Saturday to dismantle Nativity

We are looking for volunteers to help dismantle and store the large outdoor Nativity Scene which graced St. Boniface Church during the Christmas season. The work will be done on Saturday, January 17 after the 9:00 AM Mass.

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Catechism Classes Cancelled for Jan. 11

Catechism Classes for Sunday, Jan. 11 are cancelled. There is no heat in the St. Ambrose School building.

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INAUGURAL OF SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH

All are invited to the inaugural High Mass of Saint John XXIII Parish at 11:00 AM on Sunday, January 4, 2015 when Bishop Zubik will install Father Dolan as Pastor and Father DiNardo as the Moderator of the Pastoral Team Ministry. You are also invited to a reception in Norbert Hall to celebrate the occasion, immediately after Mass.

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January 1- Masses at Midnight and 11 AM

Thursday January 1 is the Octave Day of the Nativity, and a holyday of obligation. Masses will be at midnight (Low Mass) and 11 AM (High).

Preceding the midnight Low Mass, on New Year’s Eve starting at 9 PM, there will be a free dinner in the Archives Room (basement), followed by a Holy Hour beginning at 11 PM. See the Bulletin page for details.

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