Saint John Vianney Parish will be dissolved and the church building closed after the final Mass on April 3, 2016.
A letter from the bishop and information regarding the closing can be accessed by clicking on the church icon to the left.
About Saint John Vianney Parish
Saint John Vianney Parish primarily serves the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Allentown, Arlington Heights, Beltzhoover, Knoxville and Mt. Oliver. The parish is part of the South Pittsburgh Deanery within the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Our parish, formed by the merger of four local parishes, has undergone many changes including the closing of three church buildings. The parish has a very rich history and we continue to serve the community with the vitality and determination which is characteristic of what we have always been. History of the Parish
Parish Mission Statement
We, the parishioners of Saint John Vianney Parish, are to be the presence of Jesus Christ, as we live out our membership in the Roman Catholic Church and the Diocese of Pittsburgh, by the example we set and by the way we worship God, spread the Gospel and serve our neighbors and one another within the neighborhoods of Allentown, Arlington, Beltzhoover, Bon Air, Knoxville and Mount Oliver.