We, the parish community of Saint John Bosco, proclaim our trust in God’s love. We welcome all to come together to worship and grow in love of God and neighbor, to serve others, and to be especially attentive to the spiritual growth of our youth.

Latest News

  • Alumni Gathering

    Calling all Saint John Bosco Alumni! There will be an Alumni Gathering on Sunday, 1/26/20 (the opening of Catholic Schools Week) Please join us for the 11am Mass! A reception will follow in the Parish Center right after Mass. Come and wander through the halls! Take one last glimpse of

  • Thanksgiving Family Mass

    On Tuesday, 11/26 at 6pm, we will celebrate a Thanksgiving Family Mass at SJB. We invite all of our parishioners & friends to come together to pray & thank the Lord for all of His blessings. Our Parish provides food to many families all year long, but we want to

  • Treats for Seminarians

    It’s time to collect seminarian treats! It is nearing time for the seminarians’ final exams and the Saint John Bosco PREP Students are collecting goodies to send in “FINALS CARE PACKAGES”! We will be collecting non-perishable treats the weekend of November 30 and December 1.  Look in the Ushers’ Room

  • Ladies Night Out

    Need a night out with your girlfriends? Join us for a unique experience in a fun and exciting environment with our FROST and SIP on 11/21 at 6:30 in Drexel Hall! Leave the baking to us! Just come and enjoy a hands on class for a fun ladies night out.

  • New Altar Servers

    To  serve  the Mass  is  an  honor  that  requires competent  and  dedicated  altar  servers. So, we  are once  again recruiting  new  altar  servers,  beginning  with children at  the  fourth grade  level and above.   This ministry is an opportunity for our children to learn more about the Mass.  It is

  • Bambinelli Sunday

    For the past several decades, each year on Gaudete Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent, children (& adults) bring their Baby Jesus figures from the crib at their homes to St. Peter’s Square where the Pope will bless both the people & the figurines during the Angelus. This year we

  • Scholarships

    The Holy Name Society is awarding two $500 scholarships to any parishioner who is attending an Archdiocesan High School. In order to qualify for the scholarships one must submit an essay no later and 3/1/2020. The scholarship essay is on “Why I want to have a Catholic Education”. All essays