St. Joseph Catholic Church

Journey of Grace 150 Renovation

Learn More About Our Journey of Grace 150 Renovation

 The Journey of 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 play exciting renovations. See the plans and learn how you can support the campaign here.



It's going to be a Grand Affair! The Great Gatsby Gala, benefitting the St. Joseph Catholic School is only weeks away!  For the first time ever, we are featuring Mobile Bidding and the ability to preview items prior to the auction!!!   Learn about this cool new feature by visiting Great Gatsby Bidpal

You will be able to register for the Gala, buy tickets, preview all the auction items and even donate items to the auction! Seats are limited so get yours today!

Be prepared to have a Roaring Good Time!

 Joy & Darin Hall, Tiffiney & Cris Beffort


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Office Hours

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

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


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

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Vatican Radio News

Pope Francis: ‘the Rosary is the prayer of my heart’

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday reminded the faithful that the month of October is dedicated to the Rosary and invited all believers to recite the Marian prayer.

In a tweet, just a few days ago, on the day when the Church celebrates the feast of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary, the Pope said “the Rosary is the prayer that always accompanies my life: it is also the prayer of simple people and is the prayer of my heart”. 

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Viet Nam – Holy See Working Group concludes 6th meeting

(Vatican Radio) The 6th Meeting of the Viet Nam – Holy See Joint Working Group took place in Vatican City from 24 to 26 October 2016. After the meeting the following press statement was released.


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Vatican: Protection of civilians key to UN peacekeeping mission

(Vatican Radio) The Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, Archbishop Bernardito Auza, wrote an address delivered to the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday which said “the protection of civilians should be one of the central elements of [United Nations] peacekeeping mandates.”

“In the early 1900s, around 5 percent of fatalities were civilians, while in the 1990s; over 90 percent of the fatalities were non-combatants,” – the Vatican diplomat said – “And it continues to get worse: All the recent reports and studies on this theme unanimously affirm that the deliberate targeting of and indiscriminate attacks on civilians are still increasing and tragically are becoming routine in defiant violation of international humanitarian law.”

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