Welcome to St. Joseph's Parish!

 St. Joseph Parish is a vital, Christ-centered family where  members, as good stewards, are encouraged to participate in the  liturgical life and ministries of the parish according to their God-  given time, talents and treasure.
 
 We are committed to promoting a deeper involvement and  understanding of our Catholic faith and to humbly serve in  God's  name. We invite everyone to share in this discipleship  mission in  the spirit of our Patron, St. Joseph.

St. Joseph Catholic Church

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 7:30am, 9am, 11am, 5:30pm
Monday - Saturday: 8am
Holy Day Mass Schedule: Contact Parish Office
Confession:
-Saturdays following the 8am Mass and at 3pm
-Thursdays before 1st Fridays & on the eve of Holy Days

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4pm
(June, July, August 8:30am-3pm)
CLOSED Daily Noon - 1pm

Letter from Pope Francis Responding to Allegations of Sexual Abuse

Church Videos

To view our Easter 2018 Entombment Service, click here: Entombment Service

Funerals

Claire Donnary 

Saturday, September 22, 2018 at 10am

 

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Al Mignone

Friday, September 28, 2018 at 10am

 

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Gilbert Menz

Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 10am

 

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Olga Nagle

Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 10am

 

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Wanda Delaney

Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 10am

 

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Online Giving

For online donations to St. Joseph Catholic Church, please click the donate button below. 

New User instructions, click here.

Returning User instructions, click here.

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 Click for online 2018 Catholic Faith Appeal

"...whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will also reap bountifully."
(2 Corinthians 9:6)

 

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Parish Strategic Plan (2017-2021)

Please click here to view a copy of the St. Joseph Catholic Church Strategic Plan (2017-2021)

Upcoming Events

A night of many blessings …

Healing of the Family Tree Mass

Thursday, September 27 @ 7pm

St. Joseph Catholic Church

 

Join us for an evening of healing through a Eucharistic celebration and healing prayer for our families. Father Michael Barry, SS.CC. of San Bernardino, California, is a charismatic priest known for his healing ministries, through retreats, and the Mass of Healing of the Family Tree.  His Irish charm and  humor will lift your spirits.

The evening will conclude with a personal prayer and blessing for those wishing to come forward.  A free-will offering will be taken to support “Mary’s Table” and “Veronica’s Home of Mercy”. .  Please visithttp://www.2hearts1love.org

 
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San Gennaro Festival 

A Procession will take place after the 11:00 mass (on Sunday, September 23) and will signify the beginning of the festival. The altar servers and Priest will descend from the altar and carry the Statue of San Gennaro down the aisle and out the north door of the church. You may pick up a clothes pin from the basket at the back of the church at that time in order to pin your dollar bills to the statue apron if you would like to partake in the event.

 

Saint Januarius, San Gennaro, bishop of Benevento is the patron saint of Naples. He is believed to have been martyred during the persecution under the Roman emperor Diocletian in 305. His feast day is September 19.

For more information:

Website: https://sangennarostjoes.wordpress.com/

Contact: Courtney Ruffner Grieneisen (cjruffner@gmail.com)

   

 

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Staff

Important Links

Parish Registration form: To register click here.

Baptism Registration form:  Click here to download form

Catholic Declaration on Life and Death

Marriage Preparation

St. Joseph Food Pantry: www.stjoepantry.com

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Institute for Adult Faith Formation:  http://institute-dov.org/AFFVideos.html (Username: StJoseph   Password: StJoseph4023)

Diocese of Venice: www.dioceseofvenice.org

Anne Nevins Diocesan Library: click here.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, www.usccb.org

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