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Ascension Thursday Mass Schedule
Please note that relaxed parking will be permitted between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM and 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM.
5:30 PM (Saturday, Vigil Mass)
Monday through Saturday 12:05 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday through Saturday
11:30 AM in the Church
Parish Pastoral Council Voting Now Open
Please have all ballots in by Monday, May 28.
We Need You!
Old St. Joseph’s Welcomes New Pastor Fr. Walter Modrys, SJ
US Catholic Bishop’s Statement in Response to Refugee Executive Order
From The Pastor
AMDG Dear OSJ Family, The Church, in her wisdom, gives us the Month of May to honor Holy Mary—our Mother and our Queen. Mary the “Queen of Heaven” is honored for her unique relationship with Jesus and her love and guidance of each of us, her earthly children. You should note that to the left of our altar is...
AMDG Dear OSJ Family, Today, in a special way, we congratulate and offer thanks to our young people of the parish and PREP program that celebrate their First Communion. We are very proud of you and your love for Jesus. Together, with your family and friends, we pledge our support and prayers! In today’s Gospel on this 4th Sunday...
AMDG Dear OSJ Family, Today on this Third Sunday of Easter, the Gospel reading is the well-known passage known as the “Road to Emmaus.” Emmaus, as we know, is a small town outside of Jerusalem. Today’s gospel account from Luke reports that Jesus appeared there, after his death and resurrection, to two of his disciples while they were walking...