127 Stone Mason Way
Ponte Vedra, FL 32081

Monday – Friday: 8:30 am
Saturday: 5:00 pm Vigil Mass
(Confessions: 3:30 pm to 4:15 pm)
Sunday: 8:30 am
           10:30 am
           12:30 pm (Youth and Children's Mass)

Monday 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Closed for lunch 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

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St John Paul II Catholic Church


Looking for inspiration this Lenten season?
Father Pagano offers spiritual guidance in a series of short videos.
Find them on YouTube at @fatherpagano or on FaceBook at @nocateecatholic.

Desert Banquet

Join us each Friday of Lent as Father Pagano introduces the desert mothers and fathers. Based on the book "Desert Banquet: A Year of Wisdom from the Desert Mothers and Fathers" by David G. R. Keller.

Join Us as We Journey Through Lent

Feb 26 - Ash Wednesday
Feb 28 - Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Soup Supper @ 6pm
Mar 5 - Lenten Penance Service
4:30 - 7:00pm
Mar 6 - Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Fish Fry @ 6pm
Mar 13 - Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Soup Supper @ 6pm
Mar 20 - Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Joe Paddy Event @ 6pm
Mar 27 - Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Pizza & Movie Night @ 6pm
Apr 3- Stations of the Cross @ 5pm
Fish Fry @ 6pm
Apr 5 - Palm Sunday - Procession with Palms
Easter Celebration Event after 12:30pm Mass
Apr 9 - Holy Thursday Mass @ 6:30pm
Apr 10 - Good Friday Service @ 3pm

Corner Stone

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Pope John Paul II was born Karol Józef Wojtyla on May 18, 1920, in Wadowice, Poland. He was ordained in 1946, became the bishop of Ombi in 1958, and became the archbishop of Krakow in 1964. He was made a cardinal by Pope Paul VI in 1967, and in 1978 became the first non-Italian pope in more than 400 years. He was a vocal advocate for human rights and used his influence to effect political change. He died in Italy in 2005. It was announced in July of 2013 that he would be declared a saint in April of the following year. 

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Photo source: CNS photo/Grzegorz Galazka, courtesy of Postulation of Pope John Paul II