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Faith Development


2016 Golden Gathering

Together we Love, Serve, and Share our Faith

St. John Nepomucene Catholic Parish
323 Pine St.
Little Chute, WI   54140

Mass Times

Saturday 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.
Monday-Thursday (Prayer Service on Monday) 6:45 a.m.

Friday School Mass

Saturday Morning

Holy Days

8:00 a.m. (6:45am on No School days and during the summer)
8:00 a.m.

Please see the Bulletin

Sacrament of Reconciliation is available every Saturday after 8:00 a.m. Mass, or by appointment.

Office Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
(The Office closes at Noon on Fridays in June, July and August)

Parish Registration form to print

St. John School      PreK-Grade 8

328 Grand Ave.                                     ENROLL TODAY!
Little Chute, WI   54140               
920-788-9082 Click HERE for Registration Materials!

St. John Faith Development

REGISTER NOW!  Classes begin September 21st with our Kick-Off event for the whole family!

Serving Public School students in Grades 1-11

The first Sunday of each month is FELLOWSHIP SUNDAY here at St. John.  Join your fellow parishioners in the Fellowship Hall after Mass for some yummy donuts and good conversation!  ( November's Fellowship will be on November 13th)

Parish Service Opportunities

Community Service Opportunities

The Mystery of God: Who God Is and Why He MattersMystery of God graphic

Bishop Robert Barron reaches into our rich intellectual tradition to teach us how to respond. Using the insights of St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Pope Benedict XVI, he uncovers a clear yet sophisticated understanding of what we mean by "God."

St. John Nepomucene Parish

Little Chute - Fellowship Hall

Mon. Oct 3-Nov 14, 6:30-8:00pm

Wed. Oct 12-Nov 16, 9 - 10:30am

Contact the Parish Office at 788-9061 to register.


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We will come to know the goodness of the Lord by getting to know the great gift He gives us in Our Blessed Mother Mary

St. John Parish

Hospitality Room

Thursday Evenings; October 20, 27 and November 3, 10, 17


Call the Parish Office at 788-9061 to register.


Grief Support Group meets at St John Parish on the second Thursday of every month at 6:00pm in room #11.  (Parish office door #9)      
Anyone grieving a loss is welcome to join. This is a safe and confidential place to learn from others trying to navigate through grief. Please stop in when you can or call the Parish Office at 788-9061 for more info.


Speaker:  Deborah Gretzinger

Saturday, October 29th      9:00-10:30 am               St. John Fellowship Hall

Moms, do you ever feel overwhelmed?  Maybe wonder where God is in the busyness of daily life?  Scripture tells us that there is a "time for everything."  You will walk away from this presentation with a better understanding of how to live God's blessings and how better to love others.  You will also learn how to approach the work God gives each of us, and to find God in creation as well as recreation.  Child Care is available.

To register, contact Maria Garcia @ 920-272-8276 or mgarcia@gbdioc.org.



THAT MAN IS YOU will be starting in September. This will be a weekly men's small group that will bring your faith alive, and lead you on a pathway to holiness in your marriages and family life. It will include a light meal and a video presentation followed by a discussion. "That Man Is You is about a personal encounter with Jesus Christ, so that Jesus Christ can transform your life." The fall session will include 13 weeks and is sure to impact your life. Click for the FLYER or the REGISTRATION FORM.

THE CHOICE WINE, a new Marriage Ministry, will begin on Saturday, September 17th.  This 9 session program is free of charge and is designed to teach couples 7 steps to a superabundant marriage! 
Contact Laura and Jesse Hietpas with questions or to register:  sjschoicewine@gmail.com.

Click for the FLYER or the REGISTRATION FORM.


RCIA - Right of Christian Initiation for Adults

Becoming Catholic | RCIA Are you called to be Catholic?

There are lots of reasons why people choose to become Catholic as teens or adults. Maybe you are married to someone who is Catholic and are ready to explore this faith further. Maybe you have friends or relatives who were married in the Catholic Church or you attended a funeral and were moved by that experience and now want to learn more. Maybe you know or admire someone who is Catholic and you want to explore the faith more deeply.

How do I learn if the Catholic Church is right for me?

If you are curious about the Catholic faith, we have a special process designed to help you do that. It's called RCIA. RCIA stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Joining the RCIA process at a parish does not commit you to joining the Catholic Church. It is a process to help you explore what the Catholic Church has to offer. If you choose to complete the entire RCIA process, you will become a fully initiated member of the Catholic Church.

How do I know if the RCIA process is for me?

The RCIA process is designed for three groups of people:

> those who were never baptized

> those who were baptized in another Christian tradition (Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, and so on) who now wish to be Catholic by entering into full communion with the Catholic Church

> those who were baptized Catholic but never received any education or any of the other initiation sacraments such as First Communion and Confirmation.

Contact the Parish Office at 788-9061 for information about the RCIA schedule.



December 3, 2016 8am-5pm
Contact the Parish Office or sign up in the Gathering Space or at St. John School.  Sign up for a 2 hour shift, FMSCpackaging meals that will be sent overseas. Help is also needed for set-up on Friday, December 2nd.  Families and groups are welcome! Call 788-9061.