Parish Devotions

Walk with your feet on earth, but in your heart be in heaven.

– St. John Bosco

Many of our parishioners have personal devotional prayers and practices. There are several opportunities to share in some of the more popular devotions as a community.

Eucharistic Adoration at St. John's

Eucharistic Adoration

We offer opportunities for Eucharistic Adoration every week. Come and pray in the presence of our Eucharistic Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, for our country, our elected officials, and everyone in our parish family in need of prayer.

Wednesday 9:00 am  (Exposition) through 8:00 pm (Benediction)

Thursday 9:00 am (Exposition ) through 12:am (Midnight)

Friday 12:00 am (Midnight) through 12:00 am (Midnight)

Saturday 12:00 am (Midnight) to 8:30 am (Benediction)

Special Holy Hours:

Children's Holy Hour - 10:00 am to 11:00 am Wednesday

Miraculous Medal Novena and Holy Hour - 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Wednesday (ends with Benediction)

Respect for Life Holy Hour - Third Wednesday of the month during 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Holy Hour

Divine Mercy Holy Hour - Fridays 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Adorers Needed for these hours of need:

Please prayerfully consider committing to a weekly hour of Adoration. For Eucharistic Adoration to take place, we MUST HAVE at least TWO committed adorers per hour. Your sacrifice will help make Adoration possible for ALL.

Wednesday:  11am – noon, 

Thursday:  9am - 10am,  1pm - 2pm,   2pm - 3pm,   3pm - 4pm,   7pm - 8pm, 

Friday:  1am - 2am,   4am - 5am,   7am - 8am,   8am - 8:30 Mass,   9am - 10am,
              12 noon - 1pm,  1pm - 2pm,   2pm - 3pm,   4pm - 5pm, 

Saturday:  4am - 5am.

Please contact Christy Williams (540)788-4560 or [email protected].


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Divine Mercy Devotions

Divine Mercy For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

Chaplet of Divine Mercy
Monday - Friday after 8:30 am Mass

Divine Mercy Holy Hour
Friday 3:00 - 4:00 pm


The Rosary is a traditional devotional prayer based on scripture.

RosaryThis beautiful devotional practice is said immediately after various Masses throughout the week. Click here for more information about the Rosary and its Biblical roots from Catholic Answers.

We offer a public recitation of the "Rosary for Peace"
Saturday 9:00 am

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