Epiphany water, chalk to be blessed this Saturday at McLean St. John

The venerable and powerful blessing of Epiphany Water will be done according to the Traditional Latin Rite at St. John the Beloved Church in McLean on Saturday evening, January 6, at 7:30 pm in the church. Those who wish to take home blessed Epiphany Water should bring a small empty container, worthy of and designated for this use. Those unable to attend may see the sacristan to obtain Epiphany Water. Blessed Epiphany Chalk for home use will also be available that weekend.

St. John the Beloved Church is located at 6420 Linway Terrace, near the intersection of Old Dominion Drive and Birch Road in McLean. Ample free parking is available.

Requiem TLM to be offered this Saturday morning at McLean St. John

A Traditional Latin Requiem Mass (Extraordinary Form) will be offered at 10:00 am this Saturday morning, November 25, at St. John the Beloved Church in McLean. Saturday morning’s Mass, which has been added to our seven-day schedule, will be for the repose of the soul of Thanh Van Luc.

St. John the Beloved Church is located at 6420 Linway Terrace in McLean, near the intersection of Old Dominion Drive and Birch Road, and offers ample free parking.

Candlemas evening TLM to be offered at McLean St. John

A Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form) will be offered at 7:30 pm Tuesday evening, February 2, at St. John the Beloved Church in McLean. Tuesday evening’s Mass, which has been added to our seven-day schedule, will be in observance of the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also known as Candlemas.

St. John the Beloved Church is located at 6420 Linway Terrace in McLean, near the intersection of Old Dominion Drive and Birch Road, and offers ample free parking.

TLM preempted by 40 Hrs. on 3/2 at McLean St. John; to resume Monday 3/9

Attendees of the Monday evening Low Mass at St. John the Beloved Church in McLean, Virginia, are informed that no Mass will be offered this Monday evening, March 2, because of the annual parish celebration of the Forty Hours Devotion. This year’s Forty Hours exercises, on the theme “To Know Christ Jesus,” are being conducted by Reverend Father Gerald E. Murray, pastor of Holy Family Catholic Church in New York City.

The Monday evening Traditional Mass will resume on Monday, March 9, at 7:30 pm.

St. John the Beloved Church is located at 6420 Linway Terrace, near the intersection of Old Dominion Drive and Birch Road in McLean, and offers ample free parking.