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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.

 

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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

Confessions

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

Lent

'Seven Last Words of Christ', 1:30pm Tuesdays in Church with Seminarian Kenn

Movies in the Morning, Thursdays at 9am in the Parish Service Center  

Weekly Stations of the Cross, Fridays at 6pm

Fish and Shrimp Dinners by the Knights of Columbus, Fridays starting at 5pm in the Knights' Hall

 

Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday - Regular Masses Schedule

Tuesday - Parish Seder Meal, 6:30pm - By Reservation Only

Holy Thursday - (NO Morning Masses) Mass of the Last Supper, 7pm

Good Friday - (NO Morning Masses) Stations of the Cross, 12 Noon - The Lord's Passion, 3pm and again at 7pm

Holy Saturday - (NO Morning Mass or afternoon Confessions) Easter Vigil, 7pm

Easter Sunday Masses - 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am and 12 Noon

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Vatican Radio News

Nigeria: Church worried about systematic elimination of Christians

The Catholic Bishop of Kafanchan Diocese, Joseph Bagobiri, has called for an effective synergy by all Christian denominations in the country to counter the systematic elimination of Christianity in the northern part of the country.

Bishop Bagobiri made the call when he received an official delegation of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) which visited him in Kafanchan. The delegation was in the diocese to commiserate with him; the entire Catholic faithful and the Christian community of southern Kaduna on the recent atrocities of Fulani Cattle herdsmen in the area, which resulted in the deaths of thousands of Christians and the destruction of property worth millions of Naira.

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Kenyan Bishops to establish Biblical office at KCCB

In the first-ever meeting held at the KCCB’s Catholic Secretariat in Nairobi, twelve representatives from different Kenyan Dioceses recently came together with the Bishop of Nyahururu, Joseph Mbatia. Bishop Mbatia is the official KCCB delegate for the Africa Biblical Apostolate.

Led by the Bishop, the group discussed ways and means of disseminating the messages of the Bible to the faithful. They compared notes about pastoral activities in dioceses with thriving Biblical apostolates.

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South Sudan: 29 girls graduate from Loreto secondary school

Loreto girls secondary school in Rumbek, South Sudan, recently graduated 29 girls, the largest class of girls to graduate from the school in South Sudan since the country’s independence of 2011.

In 2014, the United Nations (UN) lauded the school for graduating 23 girls, the first time 23 girls had graduated at once from a single secondary school in South Sudan.

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