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St John Paul II Catholic Church

Divine Mercy Sunday

The Divine Mercy Sunday 10AM Mass

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass 8:30 am
Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am & 12:00 pm ( Children's Mass)
Confession: Saturday 2:30 - 3:45 pm


Consecration to Jesus through Saint Joseph

As we look to the future of building our new church and developing the grounds here at St. John Paul II Church, we turn to Saint Joseph the Worker for his intercession and guidance that we may endeavor to build a spiritual community environment for all.

We began the 44-day Consecration to Jesus through St. Joseph on the Solemnity of St. Joseph, which was Friday March 19th. The devotion will end on the Feast Day of St. Joseph the Worker, May 1st.

St. Joseph the carpenter built a house for the Holy Family; and now we consecrate our efforts and plans to build out our community through his patronal care.

Please follow us daily on our youtube channel for daily videos during our Consecration to Jesus through St. Joseph.

God bless,

Father Pagano

OneBlood Blood Donation - Saturday, April 17th 10am-3pm

St. John Paul II Catholic Church is hosting OneBlood blood donation trucks on Saturday, April 17 from 10 AM - 3 PM. We are encouraging donors to use this link (below) to sign up for a time slot to ensure proper social distancing during this time.  St. John Paul II Catholic Church April 17th BLOOD DRIVE SIGN UP LINK

On the day of April 17th: 

Please eat a meal at least two hours prior to donating. For more information, click this link to learn more: Information on Iron

- Bring a photo ID with you to the donation site when it is your donation time that you signed up for. 

Each donor will receive a $10 eGift card and a fleece blanket. A wellness checkup will be provided, which includes COVID-19 antibody testing, blood pressure, temperature, iron count, pulse, and cholesterol screening! 

Additionally, here is the letter on behalf of OneBlood that is informing donors about the safety precautions taken, so please take a moment to read this:   Safety precautions

And remember… what you are doing is making a difference. Thank you all so much for your participation, and I look forward to seeing everyone on April 17th. If you have any additional questions and/or concerns, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]. God Bless!


We are hosting a special presentation by Darrell Green, formerly of the Washington Redskins, and one of the NFL's Top 100 Players of all-time! He is a tremendous presenter and will share his story of a faith guided life and how to be a great steward of your life, body, and family.

Live Your Best Life will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Given the past year and the pandemic, we think this will be a great opportunity to get out of the house and do something fun, inspiring, and enlightening.

Live Your Best Life will also highlight Frank Benischeck, founder of Totus Tuus Consulting and guest speaker on CBS, FOX, and NBC morning shows and featured speaker at Harvard Business School, Business Expert Forum. Given the many challenges facing retirees today, Frank will also share enlightening updates regarding concerns over major tax increases and what you might need to do about them. Have you recently moved to Florida?  Frank will discuss why it is necessary to have your legal documents, such as wills or trusts, reviewed or created.

Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 10:00 am at St. John Paul II Catholic Church. Register by April 19th at . Admission is FREE, but please consider a small donation to the Alzheimer’s Association to benefit our local chapter.

Please check you email for this week's lesson & activity.

First Reconciliation: April 10th, April 24th & May 1st

First Holy Communion: The children who have completed their First Holy Communion preparation will receive the sacrament within the Masses April 24-25 and May 1-2.

Confirmation: Bishop Estevez will confirm our confirmandi at Mass Tuesday, May 18th at 6pm.

Please pray for all our children.

If you have benefited from our online ministry through the live stream of the Mass or any other resources and would like to make a donation to St. John Paul II Catholic Church, please scan the QR code or click on the Online Giving icon below to make a donation. We greatly appreciate your support!



At St. John Paul II Catholic Church we are a community of the faithful who seek connection with Christ and with each other through prayer. By staying connected to the church through digital media, such as Parish App, and through social media, such as FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, we can continue to grow spiritually and to help each other grow closer to Jesus.

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Whether you are new to the church or have been a parishioner for awhile, if you are a teen, single, married, or enjoying your Golden Years, anyone may be seeking a closer relationship with Christ and His Church. Come discover your path.


Are you in need of assistance? Many people, especially those who live alone, may need some extra help: getting groceries, refilling medications or needing spiritual and emotional support. Others are challenged with adapting to changes in their daily routines. Whatever your situation, if you need some assistance, please reach out to us.

Click here to register for your COVID vaccine and to see if we can help you with any other requests.


People search for meaning throughout their lives. Sometimes we need comfort; other times guidance. It may come from the Scriptures, a reflection or a particular homily. We invite you to explore our library of resources and hope that you find something that speaks to you today.

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The safety of our parishioners and our neighbors is important to us.  Being prepared for any form of emergency is vital.   Our local government agencies have prepared the following Emergency Management Preparedness links for your safety: The State of Florida, Duval County-Jacksonville, and St. John’s County.