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Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas is a Holy Day of Obligation. Please join us at one of these celebrations of  the Nativity of the Lord.

Christmas Eve – Wednesday, December 24 ~ 4:30 and 6:30 pm

Christmas Day – Thursday, December 25 ~ Midnight, 8:30 am

Night of Reflection

angels waitingWaiting and anticipating the birth of baby Jesus…

Join us Monday evening for a quiet evening to pray in the church,
gaze upon the awaiting crèche and
silently reflect upon the coming of the Christ Child.

Confessions will be offered 6:00 – 8:00 pm.


Come Home to Mass!

Come Home to Mass!

If you’ve been away from the Church for awhile please join us for Mass this Christmas! Mass times are Wednesday, December 24 at 4:30 and 6:30 pm and Christmas Day at Midnight and 8:30 am.  We Miss YOU!

Click here to visit our Catholic Welcome Home page.

Evangelization at its Best!

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Do You Want to Make a Year-End Donation to SJA?

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Volunteer Dinner 2014

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Corpus Christi 2014

Fall Fest 2014

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You have until December 31 to make a year-end donation to St. Joan of Arc!

Here are simple ways to give:

  • Write a check and drop it off at the parish office, the after-hours mail slot in the kiosk, or place it in the Sunday Offering.
  • Press this donate button and follow the directions.

Thank you for remembering St. Joan of Arc this Christmas season!
Call 765-865-9964 if you have questions.

Catholic Welcome Home!

St. Joan of Arc Invites You!
Sunday, January 11, 2015
1:00 – 2:30 pm

Have you been away from your Catholic faith and church? No matter how long it’s been and no matter what the reason, please join us for an informal lunch as we discuss breaking down barriers that may be keeping you from your Catholic faith. Come by yourself or bring a friend. We will meet you in the Kiosk. For information or to RSVP please click here to send an email or call Jan at 765-865-6684.

Do you have a friend, co-worker or family member that has left their Catholic faith? If so, then we need you to invite them to St. Joan of Arc’s Catholic Welcome Home Luncheon. Please invite those that you know that have left the faith and come with them to this informal luncheon. All are welcome!

Click here to visit our Catholic Welcome Home page.



Fr. Stan Fortuna

Fr. Stan Fortuna

Mary Bielski

Mary Bielski


Destination Jesus
Made to Thrive
February 13-15
This is a Catholic High School weekend retreat filled with dynamic speakers, skits, lively praise & worship music, Mass, Adoration, Confessions, group breakouts, food, new & old friends, and more!

St. Joan of Arc will travel via bus OR car pool to the the retreat at Guerin High School in Noblesville. Total cost of the retreat is $75.

HURRY! A $35 non-refundable payment and forms are due by December 14, 2014 to hold your spot! Balance  is due by January 18, 2015. Financial aid is available, contact Brian at 865-9967.

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Pro-Life Rally


Pro-Life rally for high school and college youth and chaperones
Join us for Praise, Worship, and Adoration as we support the sanctity of all Human Life. 
Featuring: Steve Angrisano and Bishop Christopher Coyne
Cost: $15
Leave St. Joan of Arc at 4:45 pm           Return at approximately 11:00 pm
Eat dinner before leaving!

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During the month of December the Chapel Gift Shop is offering a 20% discount on EVERYTHING in the shop. Come and buy those special gifts that you are looking for!
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Holy Family Catholic Conference – Save the Date!

Extraordinary Mission – Be a Family Fully Alive!

March 14-15, 2015 

“God works through us. We have a mission. We are in the world for a purpose – to receive God’s love and to show God’s love to others. God seeks to heal a broken universe. He asks us to be his witnesses and helpers in that work.”   -  Dec 2014 Theme for World Meeting of Families 2015

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Hosted by St. Joan of Arc and St. Patrick Churches
Sponsored by the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana, St. Joseph Hospital and the Knights of Columbus