Mass & Prayer Schedule

“It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do so without the Holy Mass.”
~St. Pio of Pietrelcina

Daily Mass

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, & First Saturdays at 8:30 a.m.

Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m.

Weekend Mass

Saturday at 4:00 p.m.

Sundays at 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.

Check the bulletin for times of Holy Day Masses and Masses for the hearing impaired (Digital bulletin).

Special hosts are available for those with a gluten intolerance. For those who wish to receive such hosts, go to the priest’s communion line and indicate your preference to him.

Join Us for Devotions

We are now offering public devotions after weekday Masses on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday. 

 Tuesdays:  Mother of Perpetual Help – Click Here for Audio and Written Devotion

Wednesdays:  The Litany of St. Joseph – Click Here for Audio and Written Devotion

Fridays: The Divine Mercy Chaplet – Click Here for Audio and Written Devotion

The Sacraments give us the strength to live the Christian life.

But we need motivation to live that life as well—this is what devotions do.

If we live a rich sacramental and devotional life here at St. Joseph Parish, we will more effectively be the hands of Christ, open to all.

At Home Mass Options

Prayer Authorization Form:  If you wish to add your name to the “Remember To Pray For” list, please complete a Prayer Authorization Form. You will find these forms on the bulletin boards at all entrances to the church or you may download a copy of the form here.


In the Reconciliation Room (north vestibule colonnade).

Wednesdays from 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.

The Communion Table

“With all the strength of my soul I urge you young people to approach the Communion table as often as you can. Feed on this bread of angels whence you will draw all the energy you need to fight inner battles. Because true happiness, dear friends, does not consist in the pleasures of the world or in earthly things, but in peace of conscience, which we have only if we are pure in heart and mind.”
-Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati


As we’re confessing our sins on a regular basis, and as we’re learning to name all of those ways that we fall short of the glory of God… in time, we learn a named grace in our life and named work of the Holy spirit. It is this paradoxical thing that as we are focused on overcoming sin in our lives and then opening a virtue. It opens us up to be able to connect with how our Lord is working. So consider a weekly or monthly confession to make it become habit, and examine your heart so as to come to the place of spiritual freedom.

The Church takes seriously the call to sanctify all things, even time.

The Catholic significance of days and months is a profound reminder that our lives are finite, and that time should not be squandered.

As the Psalmist said, “teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.” Psalms 90:12

Sanctifying Time: The Catholic Meaning of Months