Welcome to St. John Berchmans, an English-speaking Catholic Community in Munich, Germany. Whether you have lived here for decades, are new in town, or only passing through, please join us for Mass on Sundays!
Christian tradition believes that the person of Jesus Christ reveals God to us. If we are to follow Christ and imitate him, we need to know him through his words and actions as shown in the Gospels. Walk with us and really come to understand and love Jesus. We will ponder Gospel stories, reflect on their meaning and see how startlingly relevant Jesus is to living a truly human life in the 21st Century.
The famous Yoda Homily by Fr. Godehard on Easter Sunday, please watch it on Youtube
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On Friday, 25 November 2022, our community will celebrate our 51st “Birthday” with a Thanksgiving dinner. We will begin at 18:30. Sign-up for the dinner is at coffee after Mass. The turkey, stuffing, and gravy is provided. All other dishes are potluck. We ask for a €10 donation for families or €5 donation for individuals to help defray the costs of the turkeys.
Location :Thanksgiving Celebration on November 25, starting at 6 pm in the Aula. Everybody is most welcome!
Where to find important community information: Information on church services, the prayer list, and volunteer list is available in the members’ section of the website. This is password-protected. If you do not know the password, please contact a long-time member to obtain it.
Local and International Outreach: We continue to support our local and international charities. The Missionaries of Charity in Munich, although we no longer support with foodstuffs and sundries, we do provide them with financial support when the need arises. The Refugee Center in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn outside of Munich still needs our continued support. The Small Home in Kenya is one of our International Outreach Projects that requires financial support on a recurring basis. If you would like to make a designated donation to any one of these charities, please drop your donation in an envelope that identifies the charity and place it in the donation baskets placed at the rear of the church.