This week's liturgy
In this week’s Gospel we learn of the importance of faith as Jesus cured a blind man’s vision.
The blind man kept calling out all the more… “Master, I want to see.”
Jesus told him, “Go your way; your faith has saved you.”
Immediately he received his sight and followed him on the way.
Please join us at Mass as we celebrate this holy season and find ways we can be inspired by Jesus’s love.
• 5:30PM Saturday Vigil Mass – Mission Church
• 8AM Mass – Mission Church
• 10AM Mass – Main Church
• 12PM Mass – Main Church (with Family of Faith)
• 3PM Mass in Vietnamese – Main Church
• 5PM Mass in Chinese – Main Church
• 7PM Youth Mass – Mission Church
Daily Mass (Mon – Sat):
• 8AM in the Mission
• Thursday at 7PM in Vietnamese in the Mission
• Nov 1 – All Saints Day – 8AM (in Mission), 9AM (with school), 12Noon, 7PM
• Nov 2 – Feast of All Souls – 8AM (in Mission), 7PM (Main church)
Confessions 30 min before Mass or by appointment.
Adoration each Thursday in the Mission.
Monthly devotions to Jesus, Mary & Saint Joseph (see details)
Mission gift shop & museum: Wed-Fri 10am-3pm & Sat-Sun 10am-4pm
The latest news
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Please join us to ignite the fire within! BIBLE STUDY for the Upcoming Sunday Eucharist is available as a free Zoom class Tuesday Mornings from 9:30am to 11:00am. We read, study, and pray the upcoming Sunday readings and backgrounds. LECTIO DIVINA (Sacred... Read more
Dear St Joseph Parishioners,
I'd like to inform you that we just launched our Mission Alignment Process (MAP) survey on Thursday, October 14th. Our goal is to have a 100% participation rate from all of our families. It takes 10-15 minutes to complete the... Read more
November 22, 2021
We are holding a St. Joseph block rosary in the month of October every day at 7:30pm via Zoom. We would love to have you and your family join us. We are also in need of volunteers to lead the rosary each day. Please email... Read more
October 30, 2021
We are happy to announce that we will celebrate the Blessing of the Eucharistic Chapel Sunday, October 31st at the 10am Mass.
October 31, 2021
The Saint Joseph Men’s Club invites all parishioners to attend an informative online presentation on a key subject of interest to all of us - Dementia. The Meeting will be held at 7:00 PM on Tuesday November 2nd using Zoom.
Learn about dementia... Read more
November 2, 2021
The Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose are excited about the many wonderful Holiday Boutique items that are being offered through their online catalogue. Visit https://dsmsj-boutique.myshopify.com/ now through November 14, 2021! Further information about the Dominican... Read more
November 14, 2021
in Ordinary Time
@ 10:00 AM
What we're up to
We are starting a new section of this website dedicated to Reflections from the Staff at Saint Joseph Church. This week, Father Anthony discusses the many forms of priesthood.
Christ as the High Priest
Dear all, I want to take this opportunity to reflect on the mystery of the Priesthood of Christ. Our faith informs us that Christ is the High Priest who offers himself as a spotless sacrifice for the salvation of all. For guidance we read the letter of St James…
From the desk of Sister Marcia Krause, OP
THE BAGS WE CARRY
An “At-Home Retreat” Experience
The themed six-week series called ” the Bags We Carry” features the addictions and compulsions that weigh us down, and how to lighten the load. This special series is based on the Ignatian Exercises and is a gift from the Catholic Community of Stanford.
The readings for Week 2 of the Bags We Carry: Do not be afraid, God is with you: moving from anxiety to trust in God’s love and care. This reading may be found through the button below. I hope that you can participate in this “At-Home Retreat Series.”