Prepare the Heart

This week as Ash Wednesday approaches,let’s prepare our hearts for the coming of Lent…a period for all of us to reflect more deeplyupon the saving presence of Jesus in our livesand to weed out everything that stands between us and Jesus. Please join us at Mass as we celebrate this holy seasonand find ways we can […]

Lent

Lent If you would like to follow me, take up your cross Lent The 40 days of Lent recall the 40 days of Jesus being tempted in the wilderness (Mt 4:1-11, Mk 1:12-13, Lk 4:1-13). The story of Jesus’ time in the desert is always read on the first Sunday of Lent as a reminder that we are each called to […]

Mass Schedule

We look forward to having you join us Friends, although COVID-19 restrictions have recently been loosened, please continue to wear a mask inside if you are unvaccinated and follow our health and safety protocol for attending Mass. Please click here for details of how to attend. All Masses are INDOORS in the Main Church or […]

Refugee Resettlement

But who am I, and who are my people, that we should be able to give as generously as this? Everything comes from you, and we have given you only what comes from your hand. 1 Chronicles 29:14 Finding housing is the biggest hurdle for these families. They are looking for 2 bedroom apartments under […]

Seniors

Resources for Seniors & Homebound Pastoral Care Corner Dear St. Joseph Family, I know you join me in thanking our merciful Creator for our continued survival during the pandemic. Our voices rise as one in praise for God’s mercy and, at the same time, in an urgent plea for the grace to bear wiithout despair […]

Facility Updates

  May 15, 2022 Caring for Our Trees – Work began last week to remove dead branches from 58 palm trees around the parish campus.  Please avoid areas where tree trimmers are working.  This work was included in this year’s parish operating budget.  The parish has also hired a professional arborist to assess all our […]