The Month of the Holy Souls

Please click here to download the bulletin insert concerning the Mass schedule and indulgences available during November, the month of the Holy Souls.

New Holy Cards

Holy cards of Christ the King are available in the back of the church. We have begun saying the “Prayer for Civil Leaders” regularly as a community.

Renovations Coming

1. The HVAC replacement was postponed and is now scheduled to begin on Monday. 2. Parking lot work will begin Friday, Nov. 9. Please be warned: this will create a mess, but your safety will be a top priority. Traffic patterns may be altered temporarily. The mess will only be cleaned up in the spring.

Veterans Day Coin Show Sun., Nov. 11

After both morning Masses in Fr. Adrian Hall, hosted by Michael Rowland & Maria Liberatore with a wide variety of coins. All veterans can enter a drawing for a silver dollar—no purchase necessary. Anyone can purchase tickets in a separate drawing for several silver coins. A portion of the proceeds from this sale goes to the Fraternity of St. Peter.

Home for the Holidays

Michele Morris is organizing a Thanksgiving potluck dinner at St. Joseph’s on Nov. 22nd in the St. Joseph’s Room. For more information or to RSVP, contact Michele at magdalenedivlove@gmail.com

Holy Land Pilgrimage

See Fliers on Back Table. Maher and Jane Alatrash, the couple who come to sell Olive Wood Carvings, have organized a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. (I spoke with a priest who had been to the Holy Land 5 times and said her trip was the best.) This pilgrimage is limited to 50 (one bus load). Please consider now whether you’d like to come. I want to give you first chance; we need to advertise outside the parish soon to make sure we have enough to go.

Calling Parishioner Business Owners!

We’d love to share your information on our Business Board and our parish website. Please submit a flyer to the parish office: 8.5” x 5.5” max. For info, contact Simone Jansen: 7jansens@gmail.com or 804-878-3527

Business Co-Op Fair

Our parish is full of business owners who provide a wide variety of services or products. Join us Sun., 18 Nov. between the Masses and see how you can support our parishioner-owned businesses. For info or to reserve your space contact Simone Jansen: 804-878-3527 or 7jansens@gmail.com

How can we cope with our evil times?

There are many things that must be done to cope. One of them is education. To this end, please read an excellent article by Gregory diPippo on New Liturgical Movement called “A Saint to Remember in Evil Days.” We cannot cope with our day without the knowledge of our own historical context. Hard copies can be found on the back table (with the author’s permission) or find the article here: http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2018/08/a-saint-to-remember-in-evil-days.html#.W2wzvNJKiUk.

Support the FSSP in Nigeria

Durable brown scapulars, handmade by parishioners of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Umuaka, Imo State, Nigeria. The sale of these products is for the purpose of raising funds for their parish. They are available in the parish gift shop. Super size: $10, Regular: $2. Frs. Angelo Van der Putten and Charles Ike thank you very much!

Young Adult Bible Study

Every Tuesday, 6 pm in the Parish Library. All young adults ages 18-30 welcome! Questions or info: patrickinrva@gmail.com

Volunteer Openings

Decorating Committee members to assist with Easter, Christmas, and other special events. Also needed are cleaners and money counters. Please submit a completed Application to the Parish Office or contact the Volunteer Coordinator at volunteer@stjosephrichmond.org

OLG Seminary Featured on PBS Newshour

PBS recently aired a segment on the FSSP seminary. For a link to the full segment and to see a 360̊ video of the choir, visit: https://fssp.com/olg-seminary-featured-net-news-segment/

Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows Devotion

In order to truly convert with all our hearts to Our Lord and lay up treasures in heaven, let us spend some time with Our Lord in the small chapel daily by praying the Chaplet of the 7 Sorrows of Our Lady, with a 20 minute mental prayer added. Let us console the Mother who is consoling her son. The schedule is as follows: Mon, Tues., Thurs., and Saturday: 8 am in the Little Chapel. To join, or for more info, please contact Muriel: 804-819-0920, murielwk@gmail.com

Apostolate of Mary, Mother of Priests

Every 3rd Saturday of the month this apostolate attends the 9 am Mass and then meets in the small chapel to pray for vocations, priests, and seminarians. For more information call Louise Caouette-Diman (401) 339-5111

Youth Schola

All youth in the parish who are in second grade or older are invited to join the Youth Schola. The choir sings on numerous Sundays and feast days throughout the year. In the context of sacred liturgical music, the singers learn healthy singing techniques, how to read music notation and many other musical skills. Rehearsals are Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-4:00PM, begin-ning September 27. All are welcome and there is no fee to participate. Please contact David Pedersen at the parish office for more information.

Rosary Making Bee

4th Tuesday of each month at 11am in the Social Room. Newbie's welcome.

Hospital Rosary Apostolate

The rosary is recited on CCTV at St. Francis Hospital on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 3pm. We need more volunteers to lead. Please call Andria Morris to join the group.

Don't Forget the Unborn

Parishioners are reminded to join fellow pro-life Catholics each first and third Saturday at 9:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m. to pray the Rosary at the abortion mill at Boulevard and Grove in Richmond. This is an important witness to the sanctity of human life and can often convince a mother to preserve the life of her child. Those parishioners who have been there can testify to the efficaciousness of their prayer. For additional information, call Patrick Latimer at 262-7628. Please join the 2013 Public Square Rosary Crusade. As we all know, the United States is in great need of public prayer, repentance and conversion. We must ask God to save America through the Rosary of His Most Holy Mother.

The Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter

Please support the formation of Holy Catholic priests with the priestly vocations assistance campaign. Your contribution is tax-deductible & 100% of the funds go directly to support seminarian formation at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary. For more information, visit the FSSP on the web at www.fssp.com or call 570-842-4000. Envelopes are available in the vestibule and the Social Room.

Lost & Found

Please check the Lost & Found Table in the Social Room for any items lost or inadvertently left in the Church. They just might be there! We’ll clear the table after two weeks and dispose of the remaining items.