Information/Events/Updates from Our Ministtries

Communications from the Diocese Of Sacramento and Resources from USCCB

June 12

  • New Protocols for Worship and Ministry

  • Decree on the Revocation of Dispensation

To read the Worship Protocol Updates here in our parish, please click here .


Our Catholic community welcomes all to encounter Christ, experience His merciful love, and form true disciples

Welcome to Our Parish

Fellow Parishioners,

The scripture tells us that when John the Baptist saw Jesus, he exclaimed (perhaps pointing at Jesus too) saying: “Behold the

Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” (Jn 1:29).   

We, the St. John’s Parish family are called to do the same---to direct and point others to the merciful lamb of God---Jesus Christ the Lord---through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. 

On behalf of Fr. Cleetus, Fr. Haran, Deacon Bill, Deacon Jim, and

the Staff of the Parish, my sincerest welcome to all who wish to

join the St. John’s Parish community. I hope and pray that you will find St. John the Baptist your spiritual home; that here, you will

feel the care and compassion of our merciful and loving God, our Heavenly Father.

On that same note, I encourage the long-time and new parishioners to work diligently and patiently with us. Together, we can achieve all things for the greater glory of God. 

“Unless a grain of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains just a single wheat…”

Fr. Renier Siva

Pastor of St. John's

Mass Times

 6:30am, 8:15am (Mon-Fri)

5:00pm (Sat)

7:30am, 9am, 11:30am, 6pm (Sun)


1st Sunday of the Month

Spanish Mass 1:30pm


Mass celebration in the church
(Mask are not required but encouraged)
Parish Office

Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm



Saturday: 3-4:30pm

and by appointment

Confession offered outside the confessional using face to face  format.


 Located in the Adoration Chapel 

Chapel hours:  Mon-Fri 9am - 8pm,

Sat 9am - 5pm and Sun 7am -11am

First Friday of the Month

9:00am  - 7:00pm (Church)

Church Hours

The church is open during scheduled Mass and Confession times only.

Worship Updates Here At St. John the Baptist
  • Bishop Soto has rescinded the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass.  All the Catholic faithful in the Diocese are obliged to personally attend and actively participate in Sunday Mass. Individuals are not obligated to attend  if they are sick, have a vulnerable health condition, are caring for someone with a vulnerable health condition, or other serious reasons.
  • Churches have returned to 100% seating capacity.
  • Facial masks aren’t required but are still encouraged.
  • The distribution of the cup is still suspended.
  • There will be a separate line for those wishing to receive communion on the tongue. It will be in front of the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on the chapel side. After the minister gives out communion on the tongue, he/she will sanitize their hand after each communicant. If you are not receiving communion on the tongue please go to an alternate line. 
  • Confession will still remain outside of the confessional. Confession time remains the same.
  • The exchange of the sign of peace during Mass may resume. 
  • Congregational singing may resume. 
  • Contact tracing sign ins are no longer needed.
  • 6ft social distancing is not required.
Effective as of June 20
  • The church will no longer be open all day. It will be locked following the 8:15am Mass on weekdays and after the 11:30am Sunday Mass. 
  • 6:30am Mass will again be celebrated Mon-Fri.
  • Adoration will be moved back to the Adoration Chapel. 
Effective July 6
  • The Spanish Mass will resume at 1:30pm (First Sunday of the Month)
Effective August 1


 St. John the Baptist 

Patron Saint of Our Parish


Adoration Video

Act of Perfect Contrition
Spiritual Communion

Prayer & Guidance

Ministry News/Events

We are a community of faithful Catholic believers, serving one another in Christ as a spiritual family. 


Religious Education

Registration is now open

Loaves and Fishes

Food Collection

July 28

Knights of Columbus

Looking for New Members

Youth Ministry

Edge/Lifeteen Launch Dates

(please click on the underlined text to view)
Coronavirus Updates

 Parishes Livestreaming  Masses



Diocese of Sacramento


Letter to the Faithful on New Protocols for Worship and Ministry


(June 12, 2021)

Decree on the

Revocation of Dispensation


   (June 12, 2021)


As Catholics, we are encouraged to fully participate in our faith, not just by attending mass and receiving the Sacraments, but to help spread the Word.

Many opportunities are available for this: Join a ministry, invite friends to consider the faith, join a study group, attend Church events, help all the

programs with financial support, your talent and your time.  Help us build

the Kingdom of God by sharing the time, talent and treasure

God has entrusted to you.