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St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Weekend Masses - 9:00am & 11:00am

Saturday Mass - 5:15pm

Welcome to St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Weekend Masses - 9am & 11am
Saturday Mass - 5:15pm
View Mass Schedule
Welcome to St. Joseph's Catholic Church
Weekend Masses - 9am & 11am
Saturday Mass - 5:15pm
View Mass Schedule
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Weekday Masses and Other Special Celebrations

Weekday Masses

Monday – 5:15pm
Tuesday – 9:00am
Wednesday – 9:00am
Thursday – 9:00am
Friday – 5:15pm

Nigerian Community Mass – April 14, 2024 – 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reading Resources

Lenten Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Mulhall

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March 15, 2024

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Pastoral Letter on social media

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February 9, 2024

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Message from His Holiness Pope Francis – World Day of the Sick

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February 9, 2024

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Lenten Collection 2023 – Letter from Archbishop Mulhull

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December 11, 2023

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Father Cosmas' Reflection

First Holy Communion: A Moment of Grace

First Holy Communion: A Moment of Grace

The Eucharist stands as the central sacrament in the Catholic faith, embodying the profound mystery of Christ’s presence among believers.

This Sunday, 52 children of our parish are receiving their very First Holy Communion. This event is a cause of great joy for all of us at St Joseph’s Church. We rejoice with these young ones and their families.

For children, receiving their First Holy Communion marks a pivotal moment in their spiritual journey. It is a sacramental milestone that signifies their initiation into the fullness of Christian life and community.

Through their participation in the Eucharist, children encounter Jesus in a tangible way, experiencing his love and presence in the simple elements of bread and wine. This encounter deepens their relationship with Christ and strengthens their connection to the wider Christian community. It instills in them a sense of belonging and identity as members of the body of Christ, called to live out their faith in service to others.

In receiving the body and blood of Christ, they are nourished and empowered to live as faithful witnesses to the gospel, spreading the message of love and redemption to all whom they encounter. The First Holy Communion is not just a one-time event but marks the beginning of a lifelong journey of faith and discipleship.

This momentous occasion has been preceded by a period of preparation, during which the children have learned about the significance of the Eucharist and its role in the life of the Church. We thank our parish Catechists and the staff of our parochial elementary schools who have journeyed with these young ones as they prepare to encounter Christ in the Eucharist.

We equally thank the parents of these children for fulfilling the promises they made at the baptism of their children to bring up in the practice of the faith. We thank them for their support and accompaniment.

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April 14 2024 Third Sunday of Easter

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March 31 2024 Easter Sunday

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March 24 2024 Palm Sunday

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Our Ministries & Parish Groups

Parish Pastoral Council
Parish Finance Committee
Lectors
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Liturgy Committee
Altar Servers

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Announcements

Welcome to our new parish members

A warm welcome to the new families in Our Parish