Welcome To Our Catholic Community!


If you are new to the area, looking for a place to belong, or are already a member of our parish community – know that there is always a place for you as we gather around the table of the Lord. Read more…


New To St. John Bosco?

If you’re new or just visiting, we’d like to welcome you and invite you to join us for Mass at any time!

Watch Our Welcome Video >


Sacrament Question?

Are you planning to get married, baptize a child, or are you interested in any of the other sacraments?

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Want To Return To The Church?

Whether you’ve been away from the Catholic Church for a little while or a long time doesn’t matter. We welcome your return!

Learn About Returning >

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St. John Bosco’s Pathways to Hope is happy to offer a video Taize Experience on Friday, August 18, 2020.

The Pathways to Hope Ministry Team hosts a Taize prayer service four times a year. Whether […]

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Pope Francis has appointed Most Reverend Edward C. Malesic, J.C.L., to be the 12th bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland. Bishop Malesic comes to us from the Diocese of Greensburg, where he has […]

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Father Matthew Byrne, Administrator at St. John Bosco, is live-streaming weekday and Sunday Masses using Facebook Live for those not able to attend the public Masses in person. Masses may be viewed live or […]

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    SJB Resumes 24/7 Eucharistic Adoration on Sunday, July 5, 2020

Father Matthew Byrne, Administrator of St. John Bosco, announced that perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the St. John Bosco Adoration Chapel will resume following the 11:00AM Mass on Sunday, July 5th. At the same same, Father reminded us about the need for prayer to address the various ills of our world today. […]

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    Letter and Video from Father Matt on Resuming Public Masses, Masks and Reception of Holy Communion

Father Matt begins his May 19, 2020 letter to the parish by writing: “In the first reading for the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, I am struck by the fact that the […]