On behalf of the clergy, staff, and our entire family of parishioners, I welcome you to St. Joseph Catholic Church!
We invite all visitors and new residents to join St. Joseph Parish, a vibrant community of faith, hope, and love. We will work to foster your spiritual growth and hope you will share with us the gifts God has given you. If you or your family has recently relocated into the area, please visit our parish office so we can get to know you. Join with us in the joy and fulfilment of our stewardship before God.
This site is dedicated to providing our parishioners and visitors information about our parish and the many services offered at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
HOLY WEEK & EASTER SERVICES
Holy Thursday -
5:00PM (Syriac) Mass
7:00 PM Mass including a procession to the Altar of Repose (open until midnight)
Good Friday -
12:00 PM Stations of the Cross / 1:00 PM The Passion / 5:30 PM Divine Mercy
6:00 PM service including Liturgy of the Word, Prayers of the Faithful, Adoration of the Cross and Communion service
7:30 PM (Syriac) Mass
Holy Saturday Blessing of the Food - 9:30 AM
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil -
6:30 PM - Join us in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) Easter Vigil celebration. The Elect will receive the Sacraments of Initiation, and the Candidates will be received into full communion with the Catholic Church.
9:30 PM (Syriac) Vigil Mass
Easter Sunday Mass Times - 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM / 11:00 AM (Syriac) in Ascension Hall
FR. REGGIE CORNER # 17 (JULY 20,2014) 16TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Like the farmer in the parable, that is how God acts. On examining more closely the order of the farmer, not to pull up the weeds lest in so doing you uproot the wheat, is not right according to all standards of farming and gardening. You do not wait to pull up the weeds only at the time of the harvest. But Jesus has a message here. He wants to show that God’s ways are radically different from ours. He is telling us, “ That’s how God is patient and forbearing with the sinner.” With this message goes the warning that we should not be less patient than ... Read More »