Please take a missalette / hymnal from the rack in the pew so you can participate fully in the Holy Mass.
Open for Prayer & Adoration
During regular office hours the church doors will be open. We encourage you to come for prayer and adoration of Jesus present in the tabernacle. Come and adore Him. “My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations” -Mark 11:17
Remember in Prayer
Pam Menard, Jenny Knee, Trevor Comeau, Keith Price, Carolyn Marvin, Rossi family, Ann Marie Cunnane, Jacob S., Chris Turner & family, Harper Schultz, Kim S., Sue Menard, Thomas Grgurich, Arlene Bieliski, Bernadette McBride, Rachel Coaker, Chris Roberts, Mary Beth Reiss/Roberts & Arlene Cheselka
Sanctuary Candles –January 25-26
-Candle to St. Joseph for healing for Dick Hoke and David Winner by the Winner family
-Candle to St. Joseph for Dylan Maynard (birthday intentions by family
Saturday, February 1, 5:45 pm - Deceased family and friends of the Lashway family by Theresa Lashway
Sunday, February 2, 8:45 am –John Gromlowicz by Cathy Rood
Liturgical Ministry Schedule
Saturday, February 1, 5:45 pm
Lector: Ann Marie Markovich
Ushers: Frank Markovich & Gene Strobel
Altar Servers: Sal Danielson
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: Matt Franklin and Sheila Strobel
Sunday, February 2, 8:45 am
Lector: John Franco
Ushers: John Todaro and Rich Marks
Altar Servers: Ella Kelsey & Madison Long
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion: Rich Marks, Richard & Louise Gregg
Altar Care for February 2 (white)
Sammy Diamond, Lorry Rice, Joan Kulina
Collection Counters for February 2
Sandy Beckwith & John Franco
January 26 – Religious education classes
January 28- St. Joseph’s Ladies Group from 12:30 to 2:15 in the parish hall-contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
February 2 – Religious Education classes
February 7 – Fish Dinner from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, eat in or take out
February 9 – Religious education classes
February 12- Parish Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m.
February 13 – Card making at 10:30 am
February 16- Coffee hour hosted by Sammy Diamonds Religious Education class
February 16 – No Religious education classes
February 23- Religious education classes
February 26- St. Joseph’s Ladies Group from 12:30 to 2:15 in the parish hall-Contact Julie at email@example.com for more information
Our next Coffee Hour will be January 19- hosted by Nelson and Judy Lucier following the 8:45 a.m. Mass. We are looking for a hosts for the March and April coffee hours. Please call Julie at: 226-3080 or email
her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Our Friday Fish Dinner will begin
again on February 7 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Volunteers are needed!
If you have a loved one, family or friend who would like prayers for sickness, surgery, hospitalization or personal reasons, please contact Julie at 607-226-3080 or email@example.com for our confidential prayer chain at St. Joseph's. I also invite any new members to join our prayer chain. Thank you. “Prayer is the mortar that holds our house together.” ~St.
Thinking of becoming Catholic?
Are you baptized in another faith or want to be baptized? Do you want to learn more about Christ, the Scriptures and His plan for us? Join us for classes to learn more. The Rite of Christ Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is intended to answer questions, provide ongoing instruction, and preparation to receive sacraments in a welcoming environment. Classes are free. Call 843- 7021 for more information.
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