WE HAVE MOVED!

Masses and Funerals are now being held in our temporary Church at the gym of the old St. Joseph High School until renovations have finished!

New Church pic 

Learn More About Our Journey of Grace 150 Renovation

 The Journey  Grace 150 Campaign to renovate the St. Joseph Church and Parish Service Center is the first major renovation campaign since the Church was built nearly 50 years ago.  As we approach our 150th Anniversary, we plan exciting renovations. 

 See the plans and learn how you can support the campaign here.

 

Advent

Christ Child Shower - Sunday, December 3rd, 1:30pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall

Regional Penance Service here at St. Joseph, Tuesday, December 12th at 7pm

4th Sunday of Advent Mass Schedule

Saturday, December 23rd - 5pm

Sunday, December 24th - 8am and 10am

Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve - 4pm, 6pm and 10pm (No Midnight Mass)

Christmas Day - 8am and 10am

While Sunday, December 31st is New Year's Eve, the Sunday Masses are for the Feast of the Holy Family

7:30, 9, 10:30am and 12 Noon

New Year's, Feast of Mary, Mother of God

New Year's Eve - 5pm Vigil

New Year's Day - 9am

 

Staff

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Office Hours

Monday thru Friday, 7:30am - 3:30pm

Church Building ..... If Slide Show doesn't start, click pictures to see more....

  • Windows looking out at Johnson Drive
  • Old Usher Room area
  • New main entrance area
  • Looking out of main entrance into covered driveway
  • Outside looking in new front entrance
  • Inspecting new curbs
  • New skylight in Narthex
  • New ambo/pulpit being built
  • New Choir platform
  • New wood trim around confessional and shrines being constructed
  • New Baldacchino
  • ship's ladder to loft behind altar
  • View of Church from upper loft. White tape is blue tooth ...
  • Cornerstone

Parish Service Center

  • Working in the dark...
  • Early morning work
  • New glass around cross
  • PSC elevator shaft
  • elevator

Mass Times

Sunday Masses

Saturday: 5pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am and 12 Noon

Daily Masses

Monday thru Friday: 6:25am and 8:15am
Saturday: 8:15am

Confessions

Saturday 3:30-4:30pm
Monday 7-8am

Mass Times

Sunday Masses

Saturday: 5pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am and 12 Noon

Daily Masses

Monday thru Friday: 6:25am and 8:15am
Saturday: 8:15am

Confessions

Saturday 3:30-4:30pm
Monday 7-8am

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Vatican Radio News

Pope meets Ecuadoran president

Pope Francis, Saturday morning, received in the Vatican President ‎Lenín Boltaire Moreno Garcés of Ecuador, who later held talks with Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher.

In a brief communique, the Holy See’s Press Office said that “during the cordial discussions, the special role of Christianity in the formation of the identity of the country was evoked, and appreciation was expressed for the contribution of the Church.” The Holy See and Ecuador highlighted the “importance of dialogue in facing the fundamental challenges of society.” 

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Pope greets artists of Christmas Concert in the Vatican

by Robin Gomes

“Christmas is a feast that is heart-felt, participatory and capable of warming the coldest of hearts, that removes barriers of indifference towards neighbours and encourages openness towards others and free giving.”  “This is why we need even today to spread the message of peace and brotherhood of Christmas,” Pope Francis said on Friday.  He was speaking to some 180 artistes of “Christmas Concert” who will be performing in the Vatican, Saturday evening.

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Pope meets Evangelical leaders to discuss religious freedom

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis met on Thursday with leaders of the World Evangelical Alliance who were in Rome to discuss closer cooperation with the Catholic Church, especially regarding issues of religious freedom.

The WEA is a network of Protestant Churches in 129 nations representing more than 600 million evangelical Christians worldwide. Its secretary general, Bishop Efraim Tendero, was leading the delegation to the papal audience and for talks with the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.

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