WHAT ARE THE GUADALUPANOS?
The Guadalupana Society was founded on December 12, 1942 and organized by Mexican-American catholic women. To provide leadership in social concerns, perform works of charity, and foster female decelopment and leadership in the Catholic Church. To promote the spiritual well-being of both men and women of all nationalities and cultures devoted to our Lady of Guadalupe. The society is dedicated to spreading the love of our Lord Jesus Christ through his mother the Blessed Virgin of Guadalupe.
WHO CAN BE A MEMBER?
All female & male registered parishioners of St. John The Evangelist who are 16 years of age or older are welcome.
THE ACTIVIES OF GUADALUPANOS.
Every year the society honor's our Lady of Guadalupe by hosting a special Mass on her feast day, December 12th. Posadas are hosted every year in honor of the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ. The society also pray the rosary every 12th of the month and gather every Wednesday in the church.