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 - Friday: 8am and, during Lent only, 11am
Saturday: 8am
Holy Day Mass Schedule: Contact Parish Office

Office Hours

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

Upcoming Events

Mass Schedule for Holy Days in December

December 8 (Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary)

   8am, 11am, 7pm

December 13 Penance Service @ 5pm

December 24 (Vigil Masses for Christmas)

   4pm, 7pm, 10:30pm

December 25 (Christmas Day)

   9am, 11am

Parish Office Holiday Hours

Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary (December 8): Closed


Closed Friday, December 23, and Monday, December 26

New Years

Closed Friday, December 30, and Monday, January 2


Adult Faith Formation

When:  Wednesdays, 9-10:30am

Where:  Parish Center Videoconferencing Room

 A different speaker/topic every week ... no charge ... no pre-registration

November 30:  The Eucharist: Sign of the Father's Uncommon Mercy

Presenter:  Dr. Mark Ginter

Description:  In this presentation, we are going to speak about The Eucharist: Sign of the Father's Uncommon Mercy in three movements. The first movement is going to take us into a deeper study of two petitions of the very common prayer, The Our Father. The second movement is going to take us back to a specific part of the Exodus event to help us tie together some very important ideas about those two petitions in the Our Father. The third and final movement is going to be a true story about a human father's uncommon mercy as an example of the first two movements. Please bring your Bibles so that you can read along with the Scripture passages used in this teaching.

December 7:  STREAM Education In Our Schools

Presenter:  Dr. Vicki Parks

Description:  Learn about how the Diocese of Venice Catholic schools are integrating, science, technology, religion, engineering and art into the curriculum. See inspiring pictures of lessons in action and discover how teachers are infusing our faith into every school subject area.

December 14:  Proving the Existence of God

Presenter:  George Smith

Description:  Now more than ever there is a relentless attack on the fundamental belief in the existence of God.  This talk aims to offer some of the contemporary “proofs” for God’s existence from both Science and Philosophy.


Spaghetti Dinner

When:  Saturday, December 3, 4-7pm

Where: Parish Center

Adults $8 / Children 12 & under $5

All proceeds benefit the Youth Group.


Senior Wednesday

When:  December 7, 9am

Where: Parish Center

Children caroling, visit with Santa, Christmas treats, Holiday Bingo


Advent Concert

St. Joseph Music Makers

When:  Sunday, December 18, 3pm

Where:  Church

A free-will offering will be taken.


Baptism Families

Family Fun Day 2016

Women of St. Joseph Annual Tea Party


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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