|Welcome to St. Juan Diego Parish!
It is with pleasure that we offer you a community who came together with excitement in 2002 to begin another Catholic presence in Washington County. Whether you are a visitor to St. Juan Diego or one of our long time parishioners we want to serve your needs. For those of you looking for a spiritual home, we provide opportunities for worship, friendship, and involvement. As St. Juan Diego continues to grow, we look forward to your unique perspective and ideas for our growth. We look forward to meeting you!
Rev. Terry J. O’Connell, Pastor
Welcome to St. Juan Diego’s website
Thank you for supporting the Auction!
The Auction was a great success and fun parish event.
A huge thank you to all the donors, supporter, volunteers and youth!
Clothing & Shoe Drive for St. Andre Bessette
The Knights of Columbus and Mary Davidson are sponsoring a month long clothing drive in support of the Homeless Hospitality Mission of Portland’s downtown St. Andre Bessette Catholic Church. While all adult clothing is welcome, St. Andre is especially in need of men’s clothing of all sizes. Pants and shoes are the greatest need. Underwear and hygiene items (such as tooth brushes, complimentary soaps and creams) are also welcome. There will be a St. Andre Bessette barrel in the Narthex during the month of June. Your generous donations will be delivered weekly to St Andre. You may obtain a tax donation form from St. Andre; simply leave a request in the Knights of Columbus distribution box in the parish administration office. Thank you for your generous support.
Today’s Scripture Readings:
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday: 4:00 – 4:30 PM
As St. Juan Diego Catholic Church, we are a diverse community that strives to welcome everyone with dignity, respect and belonging by living the Good News of Jesus Christ.
St. Juan Diego Inclement Weather Policy
Concerning Sunday Mass Obligation, the church’s principle is what is impossible is not required.
In general, St. Juan Diego will follow the decisions of PCC concerning delays and cancellations for snow and inclement weather. All parish functions (including daily Mass) whether held at the church or elsewhere will be delayed or cancelled following PCC. It is always best to err on the side of caution. For example, if classes are cancelled in the morning you should assume that parish activities will also be cancelled for the evening. (Even if weather conditions improve.) When in doubt, assume that activities are cancelled.
Saturday Vigil, Sunday, and Holy Day Masses will not be cancelled unless absolutely necessary.