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St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church is an active, diverse and vibrant parish community located in Northeast Vancouver, Washington. As one of the oldest Catholic communities in the Northwest, you will find here a very welcoming community that is very proud of its history and legacy. Whether you are browsing our website or looking for a new spiritual home, know that you are welcome at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church for a day or a life time.  We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people. Email us.  Office hours:  Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm.

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Dear Friends in Christ,

I want to thank you for your continued prayers for the 38 St. John the Evangelist parishioners who are currently on pilgrimage in Greece and Turkey. This weekend (April 13-15) we are on the cruise portion of our pilgrimage. We boarded our ship at the seaport of Lavrio. On Friday we explored the island of Mykonos and celebrated Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary Church where we offered many of the prayers that you sent along with us. On Saturday, the ship docks at Kusadasi, Turkey where we will disembark and head to Ephesus, home to some of the most spectacular ruins in the world. We will celebrate Mass at Mary’s House in Ephesus and then return to our ship and sail to the island of Patmos where our patron saint, John the Evangelist received the inspiration for the Book of Revelation. This, I am sure will be one of the highlights of our trip.

On Sunday we will visit the largest of the Greek Islands, Crete, where we will remember you all in our prayers as we celebrate the Mass at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. On our way to back to the seaport in Lavrio, we will also visit the island of Santorini. Our pilgrimage will end on Monday in the city of Athens where we will conclude our trip with the celebration of Mass on the very site where St. Paul made his famous “Men of Athens” speech (Act 17:22-34).

Please hold us in your prayers on Tuesday as we travel home hopefully  both animated and exhausted from our beautiful pilgrimage following in the footsteps of St. Paul and St. John the Evangelist.

Peace+

Fr. Tom

Queridos amigos en Cristo,

Quiero agradecerles por sus continuas oraciones para los 38 feligreses de St. John the Evanglist  que actualmente están peregrinando en Grecia y Turquía. Este fin de semana (13-15 de abril) estamos en la parte de cruceros de nuestra peregrinación. Abordamos nuestro barco en el puerto de Lavrio. El viernes exploramos la isla de Mykonos y celebramos la Misa en la Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, donde ofrecimos muchas de las oraciones que nos enviaste. El sábado, el barco llega en Kusadasi, Turquía, donde desembarcaremos y nos dirigiremos a Éfeso, hogar de algunas de las ruinas más espectaculares del mundo. Celebraremos la Misa en la Casa de María en Éfeso y luego regresaremos a nuestro barco y navegaremos a la isla de Patmos, donde nuestro santo patrón, Juan el Evangelista, recibió la inspiración para el Libro del Apocalipsis. De esto, estoy seguro, que será uno de los mejores momentos de nuestro viaje.

El domingo visitaremos la mayor de las islas griegas, Creta, donde los recordaremos a todos en nuestras oraciones mientras celebramos la Misa en la Catedral de San Juan el Bautista. En nuestro camino de regreso al puerto de Lavrio, también visitaremos la isla de Santorini. Nuestra peregrinación finalizará el lunes en la ciudad de Atenas, donde concluiremos nuestro viaje con la celebración de la Misa en el mismo lugar donde San Pablo pronunció su famoso discurso "Hombres de Atenas" (Hechos 17: 22-34).

Por favor, manténganos en sus oraciones el martes mientras viajamos a casa con la esperanza, animados y agotados, de nuestra hermosa peregrinación siguiendo los pasos de San Pablo y San Juan Evangelista.

Paz+

Padre Tom

 

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