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Please take the time visit our site and learn more about our parish family! This site will be evolving and new information added frequently so we encourage you to visit often.


Are you new to the parish or attending Mass here regularly and wish to register?  Please register at the Parish Office during weekly office hours between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. or call 235-1812.

If you are seeking a place to worship on a regular basis or visiting the Flint area
you are very welcome to join us!

If you have any questions about our parish or Roman Catholicism please contact us by phone at:
(810) 235-1812



Online Giving
St. John Vianney Church now provides Online Givingóa convenient and safe way to make a one-time or recurring donation. When you participate, your gift will be securely transferred directly into the parish bank account. And you wonít have to remember to write a check or stop by the ATM on Sundays!



Our eyes are fixed on the Lord,
pleading for His MERCY.

Some would have us believe that a good disciple does not want for anything and has no troubles in life. A reading of the Scriptures tells us that this is untrue. Even Jesus had his problems. Not everyone thought he was a good person and some even plotted to kill him. Paul clearly points out that he was given a ďthorn in the fleshĒ that he had to learn to accept so that he might rely on Godís grace. We all have things we must struggle with; but, we also have Godís grace to help us. The problems in our lives are not a sign of Godís displeasure. They are an opportunity to invite God to become more present in our lives. They teach us how limited we are and how much we need Godís grace. Reflect on those things that trouble you. Consider how open you are to receiving Godís grace to help you.

When I am powerless,
it is then that I am strong.

- 2 Corinthians 12:10


  Jesus summoned the twelve
and began to send them out.

Readings For July 12
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Amos 7:12-15
Psalm 85
Ephesians 1:3-14
Mark 6:7-13



We, the faith community of St. John Vianney, are called by God to be a people of prayer, to live the Word, and to celebrate the Sacraments. We commit ourselves to become a warm and welcoming community, reaching out to others in need. By calling forth the varieties of gifts, talents, and ministries, we seek to provide an open environment with opportunities for all to grow in holiness and loving service.




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