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  • St. John Bosco Catholic Church

    United as one, in Christ, 
    to worship and love,
    witness and serve.

    Our Patron, St. John Bosco   

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  • Lent 2021 Inspiration and Resources

    Click here: https://archseattle.org/lent-2021-inspiration-and-resources/

  • Parish Book Study of Caste

    Wednesday, March 3rd @ 6pm via Zoom


    First session is an introduction/meet and greet. All are welcome. Invite family, friends, and neighbors. To register email Terri Nelson at: terrinelson@stjboso.org or use the button below. 
                   Sign Up Now

  • Mass Registration

    We are excited to be open for outdoor masses on Sundays at 10:00am for 50 people. Please register in advanced by clicking the button below. If you attended previously please wait a week or 2 before registering again so all parishioners have a chance to attend.

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  • Our Lent Mass Schedule is now available to register for Sunday masses click here. To find the schedule click the image or button below. We will be opening registration for Holy Week on Monday, March 22.

    Lent Schedule

  • Parish Giving 

    Don't Forget Giving

    If you haven't already registered for on-line giving, now is a great opportunity to do so.  Please click the button above to begin your registration.

    If you prefer to continue utilizing envelopes, please either mail your envelope or call the office to make arrangements to drop off your envelopes. 

    We thank you for your generous support of St. John Bosco Parish.

  • Year of St. Joseph

    Pope Francis proclaimed a "Year of St. Joseph" on December 8, 2020, in his Apostolic Letter, Patris corde, ("With a Father's Heart").

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  • March 13th & 14th

    By participating in the Catholic Relief Services Collection, you are serving Jesus in Disguise in some of the most marginalized communities in our world. The CRSC provides services for immigrants, humanitarian aid in the wake of natural disasters, refuge for the displaced, and advocacy for peace and justice around the world. Let us join together in this colleciton to support those suffering at home and abroad.

    The easiest way to make your contribution is through Online Giving via our website or you can donate through the Archdiocese of Seattle website by simply clicking on the link below.