Welcome to the website of St John Vianney Parish
Kamloops, British Columbia!

We hope that this site provides you with some information on our parish family. Everyone is welcome to visit and participate in our parish life.



SUNDAY JUNE 2nd, there WILL BE ONLY ONE MASS in the morning in Kamloops, that is AT RIVERSIDE PARK at the bandshell. All morning Masses on Sunday, June 2, in all Parishes in Kamloops will be cancelled. There will be NO 8:30 am or 11:30 am Mass at the Cathedral, or 11 am Mass at Holy Family, or 8:30 am or 10:30 am Mass at OLPH, or 10:30 am Mass at Saint John Vianney or 8:30 am Mass at Heffley (Our Lady of Lourdes). Please note that there will be three other Masses to go to in Kamloops on that Saturday night/Sunday night on the same weekend: - 5 pm OLPH Saturday night (June 1) Mass - 7 pm Saturday night (June 1) Mass at the Cathedral - 6 pm Sunday night (June 2) Mass at the Cathedral
WEEKDAY MASS in the chapel Tuesday to Friday at 8:00am


Friday May 10th at 10:00am. Everyone is welcome

Mass at the Hamlets is once a month on the 2nd Friday of the month Sun peaks Visitors and residents of Heffley Creek

There is Mass every Sunday at 8:30 am at Our Lady of Lourdes, which is located in Hefley Creek, a short distance from Sun Peaks. For Christmas mass times refer to Our Lady of Lourdes times

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Blood of Christ Falling upon the earth in the Agony. Have Mercy on us

Overview of the Month -May 2024

The Easter season ends on Pentecost, May 19, which is represented by the liturgical color white — the color of light, a symbol of joy, purity and innocence (absolute or restored). The remainder of the month (beginning the Monday after Pentecost) is in Ordinary Time which is represented by the liturgical color green. This symbol of hope is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection.

Highlights of the Month

As Spring blossoms forth and we are surrounded by new life, we spend this month full of the joy of our Easter celebration and in anticipation of the coming of the Holy Spirit, our Consoler and Advocate on Pentecost (May 19).

From Feast to Fast

The world is resplendent with Spring's increased light and new growth. It is Mary's month in the Easter season and all of nature rejoices with the Queen of heaven at the Resurrection of the Son she was worthy to bear. During the remainder of Easter time, let us endeavor through the prayers of the Holy Liturgy and the Holy Rosary to deepen our gratitude for the mystery of our Baptismal rebirth in Christ. "The month of May, with its profusion of blooms was adopted by the Church in the eighteenth century as a celebration of the flowering of Mary's maidenly spirituality...With its origins in Isaiah's prophecy of the Virgin birth of the Messiah under the figure of the Blossoming Rod or Root of Jesse, the flower symbolism of Mary was extended by the Church Fathers, and in the liturgy, by applying to her the flower figures of the Sapiential Books—Canticles, Wisdom, Proverbs and Sirach. "In the medieval period, the rose was adopted as the flower symbol of the Virgin Birth, as expressed in Dante's phrase, 'The Rose wherein the Divine Word was made flesh,' and depicted in the central rose windows of the great gothic cathedrals-from which came the Christmas carol, 'Lo, How a Rose 'ere Blooming.' Also, in the medieval period, when monasteries were the centers of horticultural and agricultural knowledge, and with the spread of the Fransiscan love of nature, the actual flowers themselves, of the fields, waysides and gardens, came to be seen as symbols of Mary..." —John S. Stokes This item 12547 digitally provided courtesy of CatholicCulture.org

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Weekday Mass
Tuesday to Friday - 8:00 am (chapel)

Sunday Mass
Every Sunday - 10:30 am

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Corpus Christi CelebrationTime: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

"Saint John Vianney, the patron of parish priests"

Man has a noble task: that of prayer and love. To pray and to love, that is the happiness of man on earth.

Prayer is nothing else than union with God. When the heart is pure and united with God it is consoled and filled with sweetness; it is dazzled by a marvelous light.

In a prayer well made, troubles vanish like snow under the rays of the sun.

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