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February Update from Father Joe February Update from Father Joe
February 10, 2021

Since our return to publicly-celebrated Masses, Father Joe continues to offer his Weekly Pastor's Column in our Sunday bulletin. He also writes a monthly update that is emailed to all registered parishioners. Read Father Joe's February Update here! While bulletins are available at Mass, you can get them through the website (see the left menu) and our mobile app.  Let's continue to look after one another and keep each other in our prayers!

St. Joseph, pray for us!



Called for More Called for More
Called for More Disciple Maker Survey

Along with other parishes throughout the Diocese, don’t forget to share your feedback on the Disciple Maker Index! The Survey is now live and will only be open until March 21, 2021. You can find out more information and participate in the survey hereWe really need your help in making this a success with as many participants, so please participate!



Hallow Hallow
A Lenten Gift to You

This Lent, St. Joseph Parish is offering Hallow Plus, the premium version of the #1 Catholic app, to all parishioners free through Easter! To get started, simply activate your free account on the Hallow website: www.hallow.com/sjohio. Make sure to select “Sign Up with Email” when registering. If, for any reason, your parish code does not automatically apply, you can manually enter the code [sjohio] on the subscription screen. 

If you already have a free Hallow account, you can upgrade online by logging into your Hallow profile at https://hallow.com/portal/#/launch and applying the promo code [sjohio] when starting a free trial. Note that you can’t apply the parish code from within the app itself, you must go to the Hallow website first.



At Home with St. Joseph At Home with St. Joseph
March 15

Let's celebrate the Year of St. Joseph! On Monday, March 15th from 7:00 to 8:00 pm, Fr. Joe and Linda Zvoncheck will present via Zoom"At Home with St. Joseph". All are invited to join them to learn and discuss ways we can practice the traits portrayed by St. Joseph in our own lives. The hour long session will include time for prayer, small group discussion and questions. Families are encouraged to attend! Please sign up using this link. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to you. Please email Turn on JavaScript! with any questions.



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Social Distance-Wash Your Hands


Please remember when entering the 
church building that you 
are required to wear a mask
that covers your nose and mouth
and please pratice social distancing



Solemn Annual Eucharistic Exposition Solemn Annual Eucharistic Exposition
March 12th, 13th, 14th

Mark your calendars for the weekend of March 12th, 13th and 14th for our annual parish wide Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration. Beginning with 7pm Mass on Friday, March 12th and ending with 12 noon Mass Sunday, March 14nd, we will be exposing the Blessed Sacrament in the monstrance on the main altar of the church for solemn adoration all weekend long! You are invited to sign-up for a half an hour or an hour time slot, to spend time with Jesus in prayer before the Holy Eucharist. Online sign-ups began February 20th and we will have after Mass sign-ups beginning the weekend of February 27th. We are in need of at least two adorers at every hour of the day and night. If you are unable to commit to a specific time or if the time you wanted is already taken, have no fear! Just stop by the Church anytime during the weekend. Eucharistic adoration is an awesome Lenten practice to meet Jesus in a personal way and to get ready for the great celebration of Easter at the end of March. 



MOA Spring Food Drive MOA Spring Food Drive
March 20th & 21st

As with our Thanksgiving food drive, our Ministry of Assistance would appreciate your help in supporting our local food pantries for our spring food drive. For the health and safety of all involved during COVID-19, we have modified our drive this year to accept only monetary donations. 

We are accepting cash, checks made payable to St. Joseph Church (with "MOA food drive" in the memo line), gift cards from Aldi, Marc's and Save a Lot. You can also make a one-time donation via Faith Direct using the "one-time gift" option and specifying "MOA food drive" in the note section. You may bring your monetary donations to Mass the weekend of March 20th & 21st or drop them off at the Parish Office Thank you for your generosity in helping feed those in need!