390 High Street, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia B2H 2X7, Canada
St. John the Baptist

St. John the baptist in New Glasgow, NS

Mass Times

 

Monday - Friday
Times vary please check our bulletin
Saturday 4:00pm/Sunday 9:30am

OLPH: Sun 11:30

Welcome

  Marshall McLuhan, a Roman Catholic philosopher and public intellectual, gave us the phrase “the medium is the message”. In the early 1960’s, McLuhan could foresee the “world wide web” / the “internet” to create the “global village” (another McLuhan phrase).   We are most happy to welcome you to surf (another McLuhan “term”) through our community of faith. Please enter into our website parish of St. John the Baptist and Our Lady of Perpetual Help. We urge you to come to meet us in our local parish as well: 390 High St., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, CANADA. We welcome you to our home to celebrate the Eucharist together as brothers and sisters in the Lord. “All are welcome”!  

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Fr. Tom MacNeil

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Maureen Willis

Maureen Willis has been the secretary at St. John the Baptist for the past 6 years. She has also been a parishioner for 18 years. 


Maureen is married with two sons and is involved in several of the church's ministries.

Pat Gillis

Pat Gillis was born in Sydney, NS and has been a member of St. John the Baptist Parish since 1978.  Married to Jim, Pat is the  mother of  2 boys, Wilfred and Craig.   


She has been the Faith Formation Coordinator since 2004.  


Pat is a member of the Diocesan Liturgical Commission, St. John the Baptist CWL, and St. John’s Liturgy Committee.   

Robert Rogers

 Robert is an active parishioner involved in various ministries, including frequent serving at weekly masses. He also helps out with parish financial record keeping.

Paulette Fraser

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Sr. Marie Smith

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History of St. John the Baptist

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