St. John Neumann Catholic Church

Houston, Texas

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September19-28, 2014




  • Msgr. Seth Hermoso,

  • Mike Walsh,

  • Carmen Garcia,

  • Carmel Johnston,

  • Eddy Johnston,

  • Neomi Moran,

  • Robert Shepard,

  • Christopher Gonzales,

  • Paul Gonzales,

  • Carolina Zuñiga,

  • Marcelino Aviles,

  • Rudy Jasso,

  • Dylan Christopher Hall,

  • Faustino Herrera 

  • and all those in nursing homes and hospitals

(Please call the office to keep a name on this list for more than three weeks)

Please Pray for our Men and Women in the Military

  • Andrew De Haro,
  • Berenice Garcia,
  • Eric Granados,
  • Duane Edward Jackson,
  • Fernando Jamandre,
  •  Rafael Jamandre,
  • Jennifer Konvicka,
  • Mark Konvicka, Jr.,
  • Michael Martinez,
  • Rory McBride,
  • Francisco Javier Mills,
  • Edgar Ramirez,
  • Karina Rosales,
  • Pedro Rosas,
  • Garett Smith,
  • Oscar Orlando Gomez Villatoro,
  • their families & loved ones. 



Stewardship of Prayer and Reflection

For us, the “latecomers” may be non-practicing parishioners, non-believers, or notorious sinners welcomed back with “last rites” at “the eleventh
hour.” Often, among “devout” disciples, such 
miracles of grace prompt not thankful prayers but righteous (jealous?) indignation that those “last in” should be treated as “equal to us.” Our standing,—first, last—would be utterly irrelevant. To share life, to share Christ with any fellow-worker at whatever hour would be sheer joy. On the other hand, the parable proposes a secondary, salutary moral: The problem with “eleventh- hour” conversions is that Death sometimes arrives at 10:30! 

Para nosotros, los que llegan tarde pudieran ser los parroquianos que no practican del todo, los no creyentes o los pecadores notorios, todos los cuales son recibidos con “la extremaunción” a última hora. A menudo esos milagros de la gracia no provocan entre los discípulos “devotos” unas oraciones de acción de gracia como debería suceder, sino más bien indignación (¿celos?) porque esos que han llegado a última hora reciben el mismo trato que nosotros. Nuestro lugar – así fuese el primero o el último – sería completamente irrelevante. Compartir la vida, compartir a Cristo con nuestros compañeros de trabajo en cualquier momento sería puro regocijo. Por otra parte, la parábola nos propone una secundaria y beneficiosa moraleja: El problema con las conversiones de última hora ¡es que la Muerte a veces llega a las 10:30! 




Update on DSF 9/7/2014

Our Goal: $66,000.00

Pledged: $  55,701.75  

Paid: $46,474.18        

70% of Goal

Participants: 308



We need Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Altar Servers. Please call the Parish Office for more information.

Necesitamos Lectores, Ministros Extraordinarios de la Sagrada Comunión, Monaguillos. Llame la Oficina Parroquial para mas información.  



The SJN St. Vincent de Paul Society would like to sincerely thank all the parishioners who donated so generously to our Black Bag Collection on the weekend of August 17, 2014 in the amount of $1,525.50. This money stays in our parish Food Pantry and enables us to purchase food to help those in need. In the last three months we have helped 583 families. Also, please continue to save and donate your clean plastic grocery store bags and place them in the bin at the Narthex of Church. Thank you and may God bless you. 




Join young men, ages 15-18, for a vocations discernment retreat with Fr. Brett Brannen, international author and vocations expert,

Saturday, September 27 at St. Mary’s Seminary. 

Learn how to pray about your life, listen for God's voice, and discern your vocation.  Event is free.  Registration required.


More information: or 713-652-8239





September 22, Monday @ 10:00 am — St. Matthias, Magnolia

Call Brenda Reder James, 281-356-3764 or 

October 4, Saturday @ 9:30 am — St. Laurence, Sugar Land
Call Stephen & Rebecca Rogers, 832-344-6555 or

October 19, Sunday @ 2:00 pm — St. Dominic Center
Call Travis & Kelly Twardowski, 713-283-8851 or Kelly_Twardowski

November 8, Saturday @ 10:30 am — St. Francis de Sales Call Wes & Katie Barta, 281-780-1047 or 

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