It’s no wonder why, in Italy, Father’s Day is celebrated on the feast of St. Joseph! St. Joseph was and is a true model of fatherhood. He stood up for what was good and just according to God’s standards. He defended the family God entrusted to his care. He wasn’t too prideful to take Mary… Read more »
Start your Lent at St. Joseph Cathedral. Here are the Mass times for Ash Wednesday: 7am (Bilingual), 9am, 12 Noon (Bilingual), 5pm, 7pm (Bilingual). Ashes will be distributed at all Masses.
Please note that Monday, February 18th, our parish will observe Presidents Day. We will have one Mass at 9am. No 7am or 12:07pm Masses. Our parish office will be closed. Regular office hours and Mass times will resume on Tuesday, February 19th. Thank you for your patience. Please contact the main office if you have… Read more »
For eight weeks starting March 12th at 6pm, St. Joseph Cathedral will have a weekly faith group for women. Endow is a wonderful opportunity for women of faith to share their journeys with one another while growing in knowledge of our rich Catholic faith through their various studies. These eight weeks will be focusing on… Read more »
Blessed Sunday to all! Please note that our parish office will be closed tomorrow, January 21st, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will only have one Mass at 9am tomorrow. No 7am or 12:07pm Masses. Our regular Mass times and office hours will resume on Tuesday, January 22nd.
Our parish office will be closed December 24-26th for Christmas. We will reopen on Thursday, December 27th. We will only have one Mass on Wednesday, December 26th at 9am. We will also be closed on Tuesday, January 1st. There will be only one Mass at 9am on this day as well for the Solemnity of… Read more »
Come honor Our Lady with fellowship, las mananitas, food, and of course the holy sacrifice of the Mass! Las Mananitas begin at 6am followed by Mass. Due to this parish wide event, we will not be having our regular 7am Mass. We hope to see you there!
Please join us for this holy day honoring our Blessed Mother. The vigil for the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception will begin at 6:30pm tonight. Tomorrow morning, we will have our regular 9am Mass. Mary, the Immaculate Conception, pray for us.
Please join us on Sunday, December 2nd for a beautiful celebration honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe. See event or bulletin for details. Please also make note, however, that we may experience delays or detours as we will be temporarily blocking off some roads in order to accommodate the large crowds. 3rd Ave will be closed… Read more »