Weekly Mass Schedule

Monday-Friday: 6:30 am
8:15 am
4:30 pm
: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 5:00 pm

Confession Times

15 minutes before all weekday Masses
3:00-4:00 pm, 5:45-6:00 pm
Thursday before First Friday:
7:30-8:00 pm

Our Mission:

To live as
disciples of Jesus

Parish Prayer

Dear St. Joseph, by your prayers and guidance, please help us to do the work that our Heavenly Father asks of us, and so come to the rewards He has promised. Amen.

Our Vision

Saint Joseph Parish will be a family of disciples centered on the Eucharist with every member committed to stewardship and evangelization.

Welcome to St. Joseph Church!

Weekly Schedule during Lent:

Additional daily Mass: Monday-Thursday at 5:30 pm
School Stations of the Cross: Fridays at 2:55 pm, except for March 17
Parish Stations of the Cross: Fridays at 5:15 pm


Holy Week Schedule:
(Click HERE or on the image to download a printable PDF.)
Holy Week Schedule 2023


Join us for our 2023 Lenten Study!

The St. Joseph Prayer Team has created yet another great study to guide us through Lent. This year, the theme is "Jesus, I Want to See." Learn more information HERE or click on the image. 

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You're invited to Cor ad cor, a monthly heart-to-heart with Jesus.

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As part of the National Eucharistic Revival, you're invited to come have a heart-to-heart with Our Lord every 4th Monday of the month throughout the 2022-2023 school year. Each session will include Adoration with music, a spiritual reflection, silent adoration, confessions, and a social afterward. The next Cor ad cor is scheduled for 7:00 pm on February 26.

Click HERE for more information about the 3-year Eucharistic Revival.

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A Meditation for the Presentation of the Blessed Mother From a Sermon by St. Augustine

C012Adv4 vib EN 4c small"Stretching out his hand over his disciples, the Lord Christ declared: Here are my mother and my brothers; anyone who does the will of my Father who sent me is my brother and my sister and my mother. I would urge you to ponder these words. Did the Virgin Mary, who believed by faith and conceived by faith, who was the chosen one from whom our Savior was born among men, who was created by Christ before Christ was created in her - did she not do the will of the Father? Indeed the blessed Mary certainly did the Father’s will, and so it was for her a greater thing to have been Christ’s disciple than to have been his mother, and she was more blessed in her discipleship than in her motherhood. Hers was the happiness of first bearing in her womb him whom she would obey as her master."

Read more of this sermon here: https://www.discerninghearts.com/catholic-podcasts/presentation-virgin-mary-st-augustine-office-readings/

Excerpts from the English translation of The Liturgy of the Hours (Four Volumes) © 1974, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Message from the Pastors

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Fr. Michael McCabe, Pastor
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Fr. Robert Johnson, Asst. Pastor
Dear Friends in Christ,

Welcome to St. Joseph Parish!

At St. Joseph, we know that we are individual parts of the mystical Body of Christ. Working together we find great joy in doing God's work her on earth. I invite and encourage you to join us as we pray and work together.

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Our Values: Living The Call Through...


Inviting full participation in the Eucharist and the sacramental life of the parish. Discipleship activities include increased attendance at the Holy Mass, participation in the sacraments, adoration and reconciliation.


Developing a spirit of belonging for all parishioners. Stewardship activities include participation in parish activities, annual stewardship renewal, contribution of financial resources, efficient parish operations and service to the poor.


Welcoming our Catholic and non-Catholic brothers and sisters to our parish family. Evangelization activities include outreach to new parishioners and non-practicing Catholics; support of Catholic education through our schools, RCIA and CCD; and encouragement of young people to consider a religious vocation.