News & Events
Nov 16th-17th Fall Bazaar & Craft/Bake Sale - Fri 6pm-9pm and Sat 9:00am-4pm - Michelle email@example.com or 503-381-2950
Dec. 6th Advent Penance Service 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Recitation of the Holy Rosary for the victims of sexual abuse this Sunday before Masses
The Rosary will start at 8:00AM led by Father Ted, the Legion of Mary will lead the Rosary at 10:00AM and after the 1:00pm Spanish Mass.
We will update our Mass schedule starting Sunday Oct. 7th
Te invitamos a la misa en español todos los domingos a la 1 de la tarde. Iniciamos el domingo 7 de octubre.
St. Joseph is filling a need in our parish by adding a Spanish Mass each Sunday, starting Oct. 7th at 1:00 pm.
Saturday Morning 9:00am starting Sept. 1st
St. Joseph the Worker Church will now offer a Saturday morning Mass at 9:00am. This will be a traditional Latin Mass. Confessions will be available before Mass from 8:15am to 8:45am
Starting in the Fall
Are you someone or do you know someone who ...has expressed an interest in becoming Catholic? ...was baptized Catholic but has not celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation and Eucharist?
We offer an opportunity to come together in a small group to learn more about our faith. This process is called RCIA. Sessions focus on the teachings and experience of Church and prepare individuals to celebrate the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist during the Easter season.
For information please contact: Deacon Larry Loumena at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-405-5708.
Prayer Request: Email to email@example.com. and request a prayer intention.You may also contact Deacon Mike Caldwell, 503-761-8710 x105
We are always in need of people to spend an hour with Jesus.
Available times from Weds. 9:00 am through Thurs. 10:00 pm.
Please consider committing to 1 holy hour a week. For signups and the code; contact Claire at the parish office, 503-761-8710 x 104, cell 503-804-0980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eucharist is: Jesus truly present - Body, Blood, Soul, And Divinity!
Comments from people who started Adoration; "I never want to be without this experience again.", "This has changed my life", "If only people would try one hour, they'd flock to this chapel and to Jesus.", "I am so thankful we have this at our church."
Wednesday Sept. 19th
Delicious homemade cakes were enjoyed by the "morning Mass coffee drinkers" to celebrate Fr. Ted's birthday. Thank you ladies and thank you Fr. Ted for being our shepherd!
A Catholic kneels or stands before a statue to pray, this doesn’t mean he’s praying to the statue.
A person may kneel with a Bible in his hand, but no one thinks he’s praying to a book. Statues and other images are used to recall to the mind the person or thing depicted. Just as it’s easier to remember one’s family by looking at a photograph, so it’s easier to remember the lives of the saints (and thus be edified by them) by looking at representations of the saints.
The Lord commanded the Ark, which held the tablets of the Law, to be topped with statues of two cherubim. The statues were to be made of gold, and the wings of the cherubim were to be held over the Ark, as though protecting it, Exocus 25.
Starting July 1, all checks for St. Vincent de Paul must be made out directly to St. Vincent de Paul. We have new envelopes for St. Vincent de Paul to help facilitate this change. All funds collected at St. Joseph the Worker stay in our local chapter of St. Vincent de Paul.
Bricks to beautify our landscaping and to create memories
The Knights of Columbus are offering you the opportunity to add a brick to one of four locations within our new landscaping. The bricks can be printed with your name, the name of a loved one (living or deceased), with an event you want commemorated, or with an inspirational message of your choice.
The bricks will beautify four locations within our grounds:
- Under the St. Joseph statue located in the alcove to the right of the main church doors
- Under the American Flag located on the south end of the church/school building
- In the walking path through Mary's Prayer Garden (visible through the bank of windows in the sanctuary)
- In the wall that will border the Prayer Garden
For more information, or to order your brick, ...
Every 2nd and 4th Saturday, Noon to 2:00 pm.
See Helping Hands Ministry for further information.
Sept. 23rd after 10:30 Mass
Join the fun and enjoy an almost free meal , please bring along an apple pie or batch of chocolate chip cookies to share. Beverages and food will be served on the breezeway you may eat your meal in the social hall or on the tables outside.
Activities for the youth, including face painting, games, and sidewalk chalk drawing.
Music; sing along with your friends for the entertainment of all.
There will be a variety of foods to enjoy; hamburgers, hotdogs, chips and baked beans, Filipino spring rolls, Zomi soup or fish patty.
Come and meet new people, visit with old friends - ENJOY COMMUNITY
YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT THE SOCIAL ROOM THIS WEEKEND
Ask questions, find out about all that goes on in your parish, snack, visit, learn. Signup's for Liturgy services during the Mass, learn scripture thru bible study, help in the garden, get your blood pressure checked weekly, join a prayer group, signup for Adoration, signup for Faith Formation, Youth Group, plus lots more.
Wine & Appetizers Sat. Sept. 15th after 5:00 Mass, Fruit & Pastries Sun. Sept 16th after 8:30 & 10:30 Masses
The Catholic Sentinel has an article about the Mass for Myanmar Refugees Aug 3rd edition
It was a special occasion, celebrating with drums, dance, song, and a meal in honor of the visiting Bishop from Myanmar Felix Lian Khen Thang and our Archbishop Sample.
June 25th - 29th
Youth and adults enjoying games, crafts, snacks, and learning all about how Jesus saves.
From David Mastroieni:
I am very grateful for all of the supporters and volunteers who made this year's fundraising dinner for the Armstrong Scholarship a great success! We will report the proceeds in the next bulletin once everything has been reconciled. Thank you very much and know that You Are Loved! God bless you all. - David Mastroieni
Updated Fees and Policies Available
If you are considering the rental of the remodeled Fr. John Amsberry Social Hall, you can contact the parish office for the new fee schedule and rental guidelines created by our parish Finance and Pastoral Councils.