A community needs a soul if it is to become a true home for human beings. You.. the people must give it this soul. – Saint John Paul II

Community

Our parish community is comprised of young and old, individuals and families, longtime faithful and recently converted all unified by our faith in and love of Jesus Christ.

MUMS is an acronym for Mothers Uplifting Mothers Spiritually. We meet on average twice per month throughout the school year. MUMS is a program for mothers of all ages. It is a place to meet new friends, be inspired, share ideas and get encouragement from other moms…

Altar and Rosary Society

Altar and Rosary Society

Meetings are held once a month as a large assembly, and broken down into smaller groups called Circles, which also meet monthly. The ladies of St. John’s Altar and Rosary Society are committed to many services that uplift our Church, community, and world…

Lay Carmelite Community

Lay Carmelite Community

The challenge of Carmel is to experience God’s presence in prayer while living an active, busy life in the midst of the world.

Are you longing for a deeper union with God? Do you desire a closer walk with our Lord? Would you like to spread the joy of the Gospel? Perhaps God is calling you to become a Lay Carmelite…

Blue Army

Blue Army

An army’s strength is in its numbers. If you are not a member of Our Lady’s Blue Army, please join us every Wednesday at 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the chapel. If you know others who love Our Lady and her Fatima message, please encourage them to become a member of the greatest Fatima Apostolate in the word, the Blue Army. Also known in many parts of the world as the “World Apostolate of Fatima,” we are truly part of a unique world-wide organization that is officially in union with Pope Francis and his brother bishops. We pray the rosary. The World Apostolate of Fatima/Blue Army is a worldwide public association of the faithful, responding to the requests that Our Blessed Mother made to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal in 1917, to help save souls and bring peace to the world. It promotes Eucharistic prayer and the Rosary, as well as penance, especially the generous acceptance of the duties of our state in life.

Please join us each Wednesday evening in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m..

For more information, contact Dorothy Sanchez at 303-485-6326.

St. Anne's Mission Rosary Guild

St. Anne's Mission Rosary Guild

The St. Anne’s Mission Rosary Guild is a part of the national organization that makes and supplies mission rosaries (free of charge) where needed in the world. This group of men and women also makes rosaries that are sold at St. John’s Gift Shop – the proceeds helping to pay for supplies and postage of rosaries to the missions or to other appeals for rosaries.

The Guild meets on the second Thursday of the month at 12:45 p.m. in Benedict Hall.

For more information, contact Theresa Bracke at 303.776.8525.

Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus

Business meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in Benedict Hall at St. John’s. Planning meetings are the third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Catherine room at St. John’s.

St. John the Baptist Council #14898 is located at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Longmont, Colorado.

For more information, contact the Grand Knight, Ervin Olheiser, at GrandKnight@kofc14898.org or kofc14898@gmail.com.

Double Nickel Club

Double Nickel Club

We meet on the third Thursday of the month at 5:45 p.m. in Benedict Hall.  Our goal is for seniors to meet and learn about our church and fellow parishioners. We talk about sports, church events, funny stories, family happenings or whatever is of interest.

We have a potluck with a main dish, a side of salad or desert.  If desired, you are welcome to bring your own beer or wine.  Your last name is used to determined what you will bring for the potluck and that rotates every month. You bring your own dinner plate and utensils. There are no dues to our club.  The only other thing you are asked to bring is your smiling face.

If you want to meet some of your fellow mature church members, come and dine with us and see what a good time we have.  Beware–once you come you may want to come again!

For more information, contact Daniel  Knievel at dpk@psu.edu or 720-494-7954 or Mike Utenick at mutenick@comcast.net or 303-498-9589