Welcome to
our Parish

St. John the Evangelist parish is home to a vibrant and diverse population. Our parishioners are a shining example of "sharing a life’s journey and of being in the presence of Christ fully alive.”

About Our Parish

Mass Times

God is longing for you to come home!

Sunday Masses: 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m. & 12 Noon
(No Saturday evening Mass)

Weekday Masses: Tuesday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.

SJE is livestreaming Mass every Sunday. Please like us on Facebook to get the notification of which Sunday Mass is being livestreamed. SJE is livestreaming every Friday morning Mass at 8:30am


Livestream 10:30 am Sunday Mass at St. Joseph Basilica

Join us every Sunday at 10:30 am for Sunday Mass livestreamed with Archbishop Smith. 

During the pandemic Masses are livestreamed on Facebook at "@archedmonton", and on the Archdiocese of Edmonton YouTube channel

Telus generously continues to broadcast the 10:30 a.m. Sunday Mass from St. Joseph's Basilica on Telus Optik TV Channel 877. Please share this information with any seniors you know or people who are not comfortable with the internet.

Star of the North Retreat Centre
3A St. Vital Avenue, St. Albert, AB  T8N 1K1

Registration Contacts:
Don and Sharon Marchand
Tel: 780-466-0090

Engaged Encounter http://ceewest.com/edmonton/

Mass Schedule


9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12 Noon

See Notes above.

Saturday Evening

No Saturday Evening Mass at this time.

Weekday Mass

Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri at 8:30 a.m.
(Weekday schedule subject to change, i.e. Funerals and School Masses)

See Notes above.


During Covid please call the Parish Office to make an appointment for Confession.


Suspended at this time.


Archbishop Smith responds to Statement of Apology by the Catholic Bishops of Canada

In this short video, Archbishop Richard Smith responds to the national apology issued by the Canadian Bishops, as well as a nation-wide collective financial commitment to support healing and reconciliation initiatives for residential school survivors, their families, and their communities:

Also, there’s a specific Indigenous Relations page on: caedm.ca/IndigenousRelationsThis includes a list of Frequently Asked Questions, which is a helpful resource.

You can donate to help Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples, the National parish dedicated for Indigenous peoples, online at: www.sacredpeoples.com/rebuild or send E-transfers to: rebuildsacredheart@caedm.ca


Please consider PAD or etransfers

Please include:

  • Donation amount:
  • Full name, Address and email address.
  • Specific Instructions: General Parish Fund or Maintenance or Together We Serve. 

We are always grateful for your donations. 

Who are St. John's parishioners?

 How many people celebrated each of the different 7 sacraments? How many families are active in your parish? Were they donating treasure (money) and/or time (volunteering)? How many families used envelopes and/or donated through other means? How much money is being donated for “Parish Fund” donations? 

These funds pay for the everyday needs of our Church: salaries, power, gas, insurance, maintenance of our over-60-year-old building, and most importantly the celebration of Mass itself. How much money is being donated for “Together We Serve? These funds are forwarded to the Archdiocese for disbursement to:

  • CSS-Catholic Social Services, 
  • Development & Peace (Share Lent on Passion Sunday), 
  • Pope’s Pastoral Works (Good Friday),
  • Diocese of MacKenzie-Fort Smith, 
  • Evangelization of Peoples, 
  • Needs of the Canadian Church,
  • Newman Theological College & St. Joseph’s Seminary (supporting our future priest’s educational needs),
  • St. Joseph’s Priests Foundation of Edmonton (ensuring our Priests have a comfortable retirement),
  • St. Joseph’s College Ministry (U of A Campus)  

Our Parish is a vibrant parish with some Families having two to three generations still able to attend Mass together. Most of our Families bring their children for Baptism. Our Families bring their children here for their First Reconciliation/First Communion/Confirmation Sacraments. Many of our Families have their children returning for Marriage. Our Families bring their loved ones back for their Funerals of Christian Burial. And, most come back to celebrate Easter Holy Week and Christmas. We are asking all who attend SJE to think about how they may help the parish financially. Just $50 per month, which is $600 per year, would help us greatly, but all donations of any size are most appreciated. Remember: there is a tax benefit to all donations, which assists you and assists us.

Another way to contribute to the health and happiness of your Parish is through a donation of time. Do you have a talent or gift that would be very useful for the Parish in the coming months? God gave them that you might share them: we hope you will.

Remember: SJE is not merely our grandparents’ or parents’ Church, it now becomes our Church as well. Your generous donation today guarantees Church that the Church will still be here for you, your children, and grandchildren tomorrow.

Thank you kindly.

Catholic Women's League News

Add yourself to the Catholic Women's League group on Flocknote, and we'll share links for future livestream meetings. To keep up with the Catholic Women’s League on a Diocesan or National level, check out the: Edmonton Diocesan CWL website and CWL National website.

Parish Pictorial Directory Project

If you have not picked up your Parish Pictorial Directory as yet. Please call the Parish office to make arrangements to pick it up. 

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Newman Theological College awards first Faith & Reason Scholarship
Monday, October 25, 2021

An incoming freshman to the new Bachelor of Arts in Catholic Studies program will have the costs of tuition covered after being awarded a $24,000 scholarship.  Nearly a dozen applicants submitted their work to the scholarship committee but Jackie Cowley’s moving essay submission stood out.

Celebrate Catholic Education Sunday on November 7, 2021
Monday, October 25, 2021

We’re sharing the Alberta bishops’ Catholic Education Sunday letter on the theme of Catholic Education: Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together, as well as the Grateful Advocates for Catholic Education (GrACE) newsletter. Especially as we prepare for Catholic Education Sunday, please join us in a Journey with St. Joseph novena from October 28 through November 5. The novena can be found here also en francaise neuvaine a Saint Joseph.

Rolheiser: Beware of your inner circles
Monday, October 25, 2021

I have often found myself graced by the most unlikely, unexpected, initially unwelcome sources. Admittedly, this has not always been without pain. What’s foreign, what’s other, can be upsetting and painful for a long time before grace and revelation are recognized, but it’s what carries grace.

Newman Theological College graduates put faith and learning into practice
Friday, October 22, 2021Thirty-nine students graduated, and 27 walked across the stage this year for the 52nd Convocation celebration at Newman TheologicalCollege. 
Landry: Where does prayer fit into our Rule of Life?
Monday, October 18, 2021

While a rule of life usually centers on the sort of spiritual disciplines I mentioned above, many of us live a sort of unwritten “rule of life” that has nothing to do with prayer. The question becomes where does prayer fit into this “rule of life” – if at all?

Just Five More Minutes with Mike Landry
Thursday, October 14, 2021

Watch the latest episode of Just Five More Minutes with Mike Landry here, so be sure to bookmark this page and visit back regularly!

By listening to Holy Spirit, synod can be process of healing, pope says
Tuesday, October 12, 2021

A synod calls on everyone to become experts in "the art of encounter" in a way that is uplifting and transformative, Pope Francis said, formally opening the process leading up to the assembly of the Synod of Bishops in 2023.

Pilgrims flock to beatified teen’s tomb in Assisi for feast day
Tuesday, October 12, 2021Thousands of pilgrims have flocked to the tomb of Blessed Carlo Acutis, the 15-year-old Italian teenager whose use of technology to spread devotion to the Eucharist prompted Pope Francis to hail him as a role model for young people today.
Rolheiser: Immigration – then and now
Monday, October 11, 2021

Globalization is inevitable because the earth is round, not endless. Sooner or later, we have no other option but to meet each other, accept each other, and find a way to share space and life with each other. Because the earth is round, its space and resources are limited, not endless.

Weekly Reader Responses to the Window
Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Here are the latest responses from Window readers. This page is updated regularly.