St. John Neumann Catholic Church

Our Parish Mission:

Giving Tree 2022

Welcome to our Giving Tree 2022! It is a tradition here at St. John Neumann to reach out to our community with Christmas gifts during this Holy season. Read more.

Mass Schedule



Monday –  Friday: 7:30 am and
8:30 am (Live-stream)6:00 pm during Advent

Saturday: 8:30 am


Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 7:30, 9:00 (Live-stream) and 10:30 am, Noon




Every Thursday: 9 am – 10:30 am
Every Saturday: 2 pm – 3:30 pm 



First Fridays & First Saturdays of the Month: 9:00 am; Every Saturday: 3:00 pm

Advent Parish Reconciliation: Wednesday,
December 14, 7:00 pm


Tuesdays with Jesus


1st Tuesday: Adoration
2nd Tuesday: St. Peregrine Devotion
3rd Tuesday: Pray the Rosary

4th Tuesday: Divine Mercy Chaplet
5th Tuesday: Quiet Prayer


2022 Diocesan Appeal

Your contribution to the 2022 Diocesan Appeal helps tend to the many needs of our Church. The funds support our parishes, our priests, and ministries of the Diocese of Rockford that in turn tend to the faithful and ensure that young and old continue to be nurtured in the sacraments and educated in faith.  Please prayerfully consider making a gift here to this year’s Diocesan Appeal. We thank you for your consideration and your commitment to our diocesan faith community! See Bishop Malloy’s important message here.

To make an online donation, click here.

Fr. Peck's Sabbatical 2022

Follow Fr. Peck on his journey through the Holy Land. See the photos here.  Read a touching letter Fr. Peck received from the orphanage in Bethlehem. Read it here.

Station Garden News from Fr. Peck

Here is a video and brochure on our new Stations of the Cross Prayer Garden! Read more.

Parish Updates

See continuous updates on the parish and the Diocese. Includes letters from our Bishop and Fr. Peck, and financial updates.
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Mass Volunteers Needed

To accommodate the larger groups of Mass attendees, we need Mass volunteers. If we do not have the volunteers we will be unable to comply with diocesan safety directives and to help ensure the physical health of all present. Read more.

Online Contributions

Our income has been drastically reduced and we understand that many of you are experiencing financial anxiety. Additionally, we know there are some among us who have an even greater need and we want to continue serving them as well. We plan to steward the parish assets for the needs of the parish and community with a manner of caution and with the shifting of priorities that this crisis calls for.
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Volunteer Opportunities/Events

Here you will be able to find the most current Service Outreach news/events taking place in our parish community. Our goal is to keep you informed of the various opportunities that we have as a parish to volunteer and to become missionary disciples of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Read more

Flocknote Sign-up

Don’t miss out on important information, updates and events by joining our Flocknote family. You will receive our weekly “News You Need to Know” via email or text. Read more

Worship & Prayers

Find excellent resources for prayers, including links to watch our daily Mass.
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Need Help?

Here you will be able to find a variety of resources available in our community.
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Help Others

“During this Pandemic, many people and many families are living a time of uncertainty because of socio-economic problems, which especially affect the poorest. By keeping our focus on Christ, we as Christians can find strength and healing in the Gospel an the virtues of FAITH, HOPE and CHARITY”… Pope Francis.

We offer many ways for you to help others in and around our community, without leaving your home!
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Prayer Requests

Prayer…Conversations with God. ‘I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people. Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them. Pray this way for kings and all who are in authority so that we can live peaceful and quiet lives marked by godliness and dignity. This is good and pleases God our Saviour, who wants everyone to be saved and to understand the truth.’ 1 Timothy 2: 1-4
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