Parish Office Closed

Fri March 30 and Mon April 2

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2018 Annual Diocesan Appeal Video

New CD: Love - Sacrifice - Trust

Fr. Mike Schmitz shares important insights on the meaning of Christ's Cross. He shows how God's rescue mission for us includes the need for each person to embrace his own cross in order to reestablish trust in the Father and the understanding that love requires sacrifice.

New Book: Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?

Movies such as Risen and books such as Bill O'Reilly's Killing Jesus raise questions about what really happened to the crucified body of Jesus of Nazareth. Using a popular question-and-answer format, Carl Olson examines the historical evidence concerning Jesus's controversial fate.

Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday (March 25)
8:30 am: Low Mass w/o palms; Passion Reading
10:30 am: Palms Procession; High Mass; Sung Passion. (No Confessions beforehand)
4:30 pm: Low Mass; palms available; Passion Reading

Holy Thursday (March 29)
No Morning Masses
5:45 to 6:45 pm (Only): Confessions
7:00 pm: Comm. of the Lord’s Supper; stripping of the altars
Adoration until 11:00 pm


New CD: The Making of a Jewish Nun

Here is the incredible faith journey of a singularly inspiring woman. Mother Miriam of the Lamb of God (formerly Rosalind Moss) tells the unexpected tale of her life – from conservative Jewish woman in New York to evangelical missionary to prioress of a new religious community in Oklahoma. Her amazing testimony will strengthen you and help you believe that Jesus Christ is in fact the long awaited Messiah.

A new Bishop for the Diocese!

St. Joseph Parish warmly welcomes and congratulates Bishop Barry C. Knestout on his installation. We pledge our fidelity and prayerful support to our new shepherd.

Saturday Confession Time

Sunday Confessions Limited. Beginning Saturday, July 1, we will have two hours of Confession in the morning from 10 am to 12 noon. This will be available every Saturday. Don't take a chance, come Saturday instead!

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