1055 Hughes Rd. Madison, Alabama 35758


Happy Epiphany 
January 6, 2021
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
eNews Edition

St. John's is Following Our Local Mask & Distancing Guidelines...

Please Wear a Mask During Mass and Maintain Proper Spacing in the Pews!

From the Finance Office: Due to recent delays with the Postal Service, many have not received their Church Envelopes.  You can continue to donate. Simply write your Church Envelope Number on your check, and if you choose to place it in a blank envelope, write that same number on the envelope.
From The Bishop...
Most Reverend Steven J. Raica, Bishop of Birmingham in Alabama

The Dispensation Has Been Extended Through March 14, 2021
Bishop Steven Raica, Bishop of Birmingham in Alabama has extended the dispensation from the obligation to assist at Holy Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation through Sunday, March 14, 2021 (inclusive) - the 4th Sunday of Lent (Lætare Sunday) - for all the Roman Catholic faithful who reside in the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama. (SEE THE FULL LETTER HERE)
Faith in Fiction Book Club
Monday, Feb 8th from 7-9 pm
Location: TBA

All are Welcome! Faith in Fiction meets one Monday a Month (September - April) to discuss a different fictional selection.  
Books are chosen from all genres of Fiction and discuss varies on themes of Faith, morality or values. 
February's Book: Black Narcissus by Rumer Godden
Under the guidance of Sister Clodagh, the youngest Mother Superior in the history of their order, five European Sisters of the Servants of Mary leave their monastery in Darjeeling, India, and make their way to remote Mopu in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains. There, in the opulent, abandoned palace where an Indian general housed his harem, the holy sisters hope to establish a school and a health clinic.
But all too soon, the isolation, the ghosts and lurid history, and the literally breathtaking beauty of this high, lonely place in the Asian mountains begin to take a serious toll on Sister Clodagh and her fellow nuns. And their burdens may prove too heavy to bear, exposing a vulnerable humanity that threatens to undermine the best intentions of the purest hearts.
For more information or to be added to the book club email list contact
Jennifer Culver at jculver@stjohnbchurch.org, 256-722-0130

January 16, 2021
Brother Spain Park
22nd Street South at 10th Avenue
Birmingham, Alabama 35205

Mass for Life at 9:00am at The Cathedral of St. Paul
2120 3rd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203

Prayer Vigil and Witness for Life at 10:45am
at Planned Parenthood in Birmingham
1019 1st Ave. North, Birmingham, AL 35203

As in prior years, the Knights of Columbus can provide rides if needed.
Anyone wishing to join us should get in touch with Joe McCarty
Kids are certainly welcome, but any under 18 need to be accompanied by an adult family member. 
Bulletin 1/3/2021
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