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Please consider wearing your mask... Please consider wearing your mask...
August 10, 2021

HEALTH AND WELLNESS MINISTRY
WELCOMES YOU BACK SAFELY

As of August 10, 2021, please remember that "all persons
whether vaccinated or unvaccinated should consider
wearing masks when in close proximity to others”.

Our entire set of COVID-19 protocols, including the August 10, 2021
recommendation of mask wearing, can be found here.

 


 

October News from St. Joseph Parish October News from St. Joseph Parish
October 15, 2021

In addtion to his Weekly Pastor's Column in our Sunday bulletin, Fr. Joe also writes a monthly update that is emailed to all registered parishioners. We post this update monthly to our home page, so you can read Father Joe's latest (October) update along with a 10-year reflection letter looking back on our time together here! You can pick-up a bulletins at Mass or you can get them through the website (see the left menu) and even our mobile app. If you are a registered parishioner and are not getting his emails, please contact the Parish Office so that we can check our records.

 


 

Fair Trade Shopping Boutique Fair Trade Shopping Boutique
November 6th & 7th

 OUR FAIR TRADE SHOPPING BOUTIQUE IS BACK!  Please join us for the Fair Trade Shopping Boutique on Saturday, November 6th from 3-6pm and Sunday, November 7th from 8am-2pm in the Holy Family Center. Besides handicrafts and clothing, fair trade coffee, tea, and chocolates, perennial favorites, will be available. As always, supporting fair trade means supporting the artisans and small farmers who produce such wonderful products in economically and environmentally sound ways. Now you can shop locally, while helping globally! Plan on stopping by after Mass to get started on your Christmas shopping or even something for yourself. Be sure to check out the door prizes as well. For a list of vendors go to our Fair Trade page.

 


 

Mass of Remembrance Mass of Remembrance
November 8

Please plan to join together on Monday, November 8th at 7:00pm for our Annual Mass of Remembrance. At this special Mass, we will remember all those who have died between November 1st of 2020 and October 15, 2021, as well as all of our beloved dead.