4030 Pilot Knob Rd, Eagan, MN 55122  Phone: 651-454-2079

We call each other to a prayerful sacramental life of loving Jesus Christ by serving others through generosity, worship, formation, and justice.

Daily Masses
Monday: 12:00 pm
Tuesday: 12:00 pm 
Wednesday: 7:00 am 
Thursday: 7:00 am, 12:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00am
Tuesday: 6:15 pm
Thursday: 11:30 am
Saturday: 8:30 am
Sunday Masses                 
Saturday:  5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am,
12:00 pm, 5:30 pm
                           Office Hours

8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday

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Tell them to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous, ready to share, thus accumulating as treasure a good foundation for the future, so as to win the life that is true life. 1 Timothy 6:18-19

Since it's inception, Saint John Neumann has had a long history of parishioner participation in numerous evangelical, charitable, and formation related ministries. The use of our time and talents in service to our Lord Jesus Christ is a sure-fire way to add more joy, meaning, and fulfillment to our lives.


In his keynote address at the Northwest Regional Stewardship Conference, the late Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy of Seattle, WA set forth three principles of stewardship and stressed that stewardship is a lifetime commitment in faith.
The First Principle of Stewardship: We are disciples of Jesus.
"First and foremost, we must appreciate the fact that each and every baptized person is called to be a disciple of Jesus. However, above and beyond this basic call to ministry and the Christian vocation, mature disciples make a conscious, firm decision, carried out in action, to be followers of Jesus Christ, no matter what the cost to themselves."
The Second Principle: Changing our hearts as disciples of Jesus.
“This commitment of being a disciple of Jesus involves a process of conversion, a change of heart, that is not expressed in a single action, nor even in a series of actions over a period of time, but in an entireway of life. It means committing one’s very self to the Lord.”
The Third Principle of Stewardship:  Changing the way we understand and live out our lives as disciples of Jesus.
"Finally, stewardship is a way or expression of being a disciple of Jesus that has the power to change how we understand and live out our lives. When disciples embrace stewardship, they recognize God as the origin of life, the giver of freedom, the source of all that we have, who we are and what we will be."
Therefore, we encourage you to prayerfully consider the volunteer opportunities described in the Ministry Guide below and fill out and return the time and talent form also linked below.


Lord, Teach Me How To Live!