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  • Worship/Mass Schedule

    Sunday, The Lord’s Day
    5:30 PM (Saturday, Vigil Mass)
    7:30 AM
    9:30 AM
    11:30 AM
    6:30 PM

    Weekday Mass
    Monday through Saturday 12:05 PM

    Sacrament of Reconciliation
    Monday through Saturday
    11:30 AM in the Church

  • Jesuit Alumni Sunday

    Alumni Sunday is an opportunity for alumni and friends of Jesuit schools to share our common bonds through the celebration of liturgy, followed by a reception of highlighting opportunities for continuing spiritual growth and service to the local and global community. Old St. Joseph’s is among the various churches celebrating Mass on this day across the east coast at our 6:30pm Mass on October 23, 2016.
    To register and for more locations and times, please visit: www.JesuitsEast.org/AlumniSunday2016.

  • The Journey to a Great Life

    The Maryland and USA Northeast Province Vocation Office is proud to share with you our new video. These men speak of how Christ has captured their hearts and how as Jesuits they pray, live in community, and serve our uniquely Jesuit missions with zeal.
  • From The Pastor

    From the Pastor October 9, 2016

    AMDG Dear OSJ family, On behalf of the entire parish, I write this week to offer our heartfelt thanks to all who contributed to the vestment replacement fund. I am happy to report that we exceeded our expectations for raising funds to replace many of our tired altar server vestments. In truth, many of them were old and worn...

    From the Pastor October 6, 2016

    AMDG Dear OSJ Family, This time last year we found ourselves in the midst of the papal visit to Philadelphia where hundreds of thousands of pilgrims from around the world came to our city to celebrate our Catholic faith, the place of the family, and to draw inspiration from our Holy Father, Pope Francis. For me it was a “once...

    From the Pastor September 25, 2016

    AMDG Dear OSJ Family, Thank you to all who continue to ask about the status of our newly arrived senior priest, Father Mike Siconofli, SJ.  As some may know, Father arrived here following intensive surgery and was hoping to slow down at OSJ after having served for almost eight years as the Catholic chaplain at Quantico. He enjoyed a...

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