Office Closure for Memorial Day

Memorial Day HolidayMonday May 27th The Parish Office will be closed on Monday, May 27th observance of theMemorial Day holiday.The office will reopen on Tuesday.Have a blessed Memorial Day! FYI…There will be one daily masson Memorial Day at 9:00am(NO 12:07pm Mass) Oficina ParroquialEstará cerrada este lunes, 27 de mayo por elDía Conmemorativo ~ Memorial DayLa… Read more »

Marathon-Related Road Closures

On Sunday, June 2nd 2024, Race-related road closures will impede normal access to the church lot between 6:00am and 3:00pm. You must approach from Beech St to enter the parking lot. Ash St will be closed during this time. Please note: to access the lot on 3rd Ave and Beech St, you must display this… Read more »

Join us for Supper!

Our Second Friday Night Supper will be held this Friday, February 23rd at 6:00pm hosted by the Deacons in the Parish Auditorium. There is no cost, but donations are greatly appreciated. Join us!!!

President’s Day

Our Mass Schedule for this Monday, February 19th ~ President’s Day is 9:00am Mass only. There will be no noon mass. The Parish Office will be closed.

Daily Mass & Stations during Lent

We wish to remind you that daily Mass is at 12:07 noon. Stations of the Cross in English are at 12:30pm & 6:00pm Spanish on Fridays during Lent.

Superbowl Sunday

Due to Super Bowl Sunday, we will not have a 5:15pm Mass this Sunday, February 11.

Ash Wednesday Schedule

Please join us for Ash Wednesday services on February 14th at 7:00am Mass 9:00am Service 11:00am Service 12:00pm Mass 4:00pm Service 6:00pm Service (Spanish)

Martin Luther King’s Day

Please note: This Monday, January 15th is Martin Luther King’s Day we will only have a 9:00am Mass. There will be no 12:07 Noon Mass. The Parish Office will be closed on Monday.

Thanksgiving Holiday Office Hours

The Pastor and Staff at St. Joseph Cathedral wish each of you A Happy Thanksgiving Day. Please note, the Parish Office will be closed Thursday & Friday, November 23rd & 24th.

Blessing of Veterans

There are so many veterans in our county now. It used to be that veterans were a small contingency in our communities. It did not take that much effort to care for and, once a year, thank them. Now, however, with so many wars in violent parts of the world, there are more veterans than… Read more »