St. John The Baptist

St. John the Baptist

Join us in person for daily and weekly mass. 

Live streaming Mass Links

Live Streaming events for the week



Held in the Centennial Room of St John the Baptist Church

  • Daily following 7:00am mass
  • Saturdays 3:00pm
  • 1st Friday Devostions are held on the 1st Friday of each month-
    • Come away to a peaceful place at St. John Church apart from the hustle bustle and noise of daily life.  On Friday, March 5, 3:30-6:00p.m. Eucharistic Adoration offers every individual silent time with our risen Lord.  Bring you worries, your concerns, your sorrows and your joys before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.  Savor the quiet time as you calm yourself, relax, and converse with God

Upcoming events/Announcement 

  • Respect Life Prayer Service - January 23, 2022 at 2:00 pm at St Adalbert
  • ALPHA Program- In Person Event, Beginning on Wednesday February 16th through April 20th. We will not meet on Ash Wednesday or during Holy Week. Held in the School Meeting rooms, Enter Door A Wednesdays from 
  • NWI Women's COnference- at Bishop Noll on April 2nd from 7:30-2:30pm For more information and registration please follow > More Information and Registration for NWI Women's Conference


Please visit our Social Media sites listed below for a library of our streamed mass and prayer services. Also available on the News and Events Tab/Liturgical Support.

Diocesan information can be found under the News and Events Tab/Diocesan Resource Tab.

Indiana bishops extend Sunday Mass dispensation for those who are unable to attend in person due to age or sickness. Please read the attached letter.

Pray More Novenas- 




Bell Tower Capital Campaign

Please watch this Recording of the Town Hall Meeting held on November 15th. Link will be posted once the Town hall is completed.

Our Capital Campaign is underway to repair our beloved Bell Tower. In an effort to keep you updated and needed information accesible to you, I will use this page to do so. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contac the rectory at 219-659-0023.

Letter to our Community

Pledge Card

Bell Tower Meeting November 15, 2020

A Message from Father Mark Peres

Deacon Leo Homily 3rd Week of Advent

                                                                    (1)   3rd Wk. Advent/Memorial St John of the Cross (12-14) #2 Tues. -2


Christmas can sneak up on us, the secular world is filled with Santa’s, our mailboxes can be filled with “Seasons Greetings” cards, and radio stations have been playing songs like “Winter Wonderland” since before Thanksgiving.  And with only a week left until Christmas, even with Coved still around, we can be caught up in a whirlwind of shopping and parties, and ... Read More »

St. Adalbert Holy Day and Christmas Masses

November 21st, 2021 St. Adalbert Church  2p.m.

25th Annual Thanksgiving Interdenominational  Prayer Service

Cake ... Read More »

November updates

Updates on CSA and Roof Fund:

CSA for 2021: we still have a balance ... Read More »

We invite you to join us for weekly mass. Face masks are not required for those who are fully vaccinated

Family Mass will be held the 2nd Sunday of every month at 10:30am resuming in August

Confession Schedule is as follows. Confession is held in the St John Centennial Room. 

  • Daily following 7:00am mass
  • Saturdays at 3:00pm

St. John the Baptist Church:
- Sunday -10:30 a.m. 
- Monday through Friday - 7:00 a.m. 

St. Adalbert Church:
- Saturday - 4:30 p.m

Live feed of Sunday Mass with Bishop McClory from the Cathedral Sunday at 11:00 a.m, visit                Diocese of Gary


1849 Lincoln Ave. 
Whiting, IN 46394-1550

Phone: 219-659-0023

Fax: 219-473-7551


CSA Update

Support for Catholic Service Appeal is needed now more than ever. Please consider participating. Watch the video below. 

CSA Promotional Video 2020

March 25th, 2021- Bishop McClory

April 8, 2021- Bishop McClory

April 15, 2021 Bishop McClory

April 22, 2021 Bishop McClory

St John the Baptist Catholic Church


Welcome to the Whiting Catholic community which now includes the parishes of St. Adalbert and the historic St. John the Baptist (est. 1897). Since 1921 the Missionaries of the Precious Blood religious order have served this community by sharing the mission and ministry of their founder, St. Gaspar, and his charism of reconciliation. We invite you to explore our family here!

Please Note Community events are being scheduled. Feel free to contact us to schedule your event.