Year of St. Joseph

Pope Francis declared 2021 as the Year of St. Joseph. Throughout the year we strive to honor St. Joseph as the guardian and protector of the Church and her faithful with heartfelt prayer and devotion, encouraging all to take his virtuous life as our model for fulfilling our personal vocation to holiness. As the Patron of our Parish, we are sharing one of his virtues in our Sunday Bulletin each month and are excited to offer these special programs throughout the year:

Saturday, May 1: Feast Day of St. Joseph the Worker

Join us for a Spanish Mass on Saturday, May 1 at 7:30 PM. Mass will conclude with the formal Consecration ceremony.

March 30 -May 1 Consecration to St. Joseph

Join this for this second 33 day program of devotion–this time offered in Spanish!

Join us each day, March 30-May 1,  for this virtual program, where Fr. Paul will lead us in a 15 minute video of a reading and reflection on our Facebook page. Videos in both Spanish and English are archived online , so feel free to catch up if you are just now joining. Open to men and women, the videos are posted online. Feel free to catch up if you are just now joining. Consecration ceremony will take place after our 7:30 PM Spanish Mass on Saturday, May 1.

Friday, March 19: Feast Day of St. Joseph

Join us for a Bilingual Mass at 7:00 PM. Mass will conclude with the formal Consecration ceremony. *Since this date is a Friday during Lent, the schedule for Stations of the Cross has changed: English Stations begin at 5:30 PM/ Spanish stations will be held after Mass.

Wednesday, March 10: Novena to St. Joseph

As part of our special Year of St. Joseph, Archbishop Hartmayer has asked us all to join him in a novena to St. Joseph, starting Wednesday March 10.

For the novena, he will be using the Litany of St. Joseph, available on their website. The novena will end with the celebration of Mass on the Solemnity of St. Joseph, March 19.

The Bilingual Mass at St. Joseph will be held at 7:00 PM. The Archbishop will also livestream Mass from the Cathedral of Christ the King, at 12:10 PM, available on their website and Facebook page.

Wednesday, March 10: St. Joseph Award

This annual award sponsored by the Parish Council, goes to a parishioner who best exemplify some of the virtues of St Joseph in the daily life of our community. We would like to focus on a registered member of our parish, men or woman, who live the following virtues of St Joseph: joy, generosity, servant leadership and spirit of initiative.

We invite all to nominate men and women of the Parish who exemplify some of the virtues of St Joseph in the daily life of our community: joy, generosity, servant leadership and spirit of initiative.

Nomination forms are located below and may be left in the Parish Office Drop Box, located by the office door. Deadline is March 10.

English OR Espanol

Sunday, March 7: Conference on St. Joseph, Patron of a Happy Death, 4:30 PM

What does a “Happy Death” mean? Join Fr. Selvaraj as he shares information on our Patron Saint and why he is known for this special patronage.

February 15-March 19: Consecration to St. Joseph

Join this 33 day program of devotion, virtually! What does a consecration mean? Simply put, it is a formal acknowledgement of St. Joseph as your spiritual father and your commitment to pattern your life like his. 

Join us each day, February 15-March 19,  for this virtual program, where Fr. Paul will lead us in a 15 minute video of a reading and reflection. Open to men and women, the videos are posted online. Feel free to catch up if you are just now joining.

Fr. Michael is leading an interactive program for men only, via Zoom. Send your email address to him at frmichaelrevak@gmail.com in order to receive a Zoom invitation. Sessions will be held daily at 7 AM.

Stay tuned for more events throughout the year!

TBD: Blessing of the Bell

One of the phases of the new church to be built includes a bell tower. Our bell is being cast now and when complete, we will have a special blessing event.

TBD: Sanctuary Kickoff

We are revealing the final plans from our architect, James McCrery!  

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