Pentecost Sunday

50 days after the Resurrection of the Lord, after he had ascended into Heaven, the Holy Spirit came upon the apostles in the Upper Room. Since that first Pentecost, the Holy Spirit has been guiding each of us and pointing us in the direction that leads us back to Christ. Sometimes, His ways seem absurd…. Read more »


Happy Friday to all! Please note, this weekend is the Rock & Roll Marathon which means your commute to Sunday Mass may be affected. Please follow link below to see a list of the different road and freeway closures and please plan accordingly. We hope you still choose to worship with us on Sunday because… Read more »

Happy Memorial Day!

Please note, this coming Monday, May 27th is Memorial Day. The parish office will be closed and we will only have one Mass at 9am. No 7am or 12:07pm on this day only. Regular office hours and Mass times will resume on Tuesday, May 28th. Thank you for your patience. We pray for all members… Read more »

Happy Mother’s Day!

To all the women who have accepted the call to motherhood, thank you. To all the special women who carried their children for nine months straight and loved them unconditionally before they even knew what they looked like, thank you. To all the scared women who didn’t know what was to come but trusted in… Read more »

Confirmation, Divine Mercy, HAPPY EASTER!

Blessed Easter everyone! Hope you are all still celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord! God gave us this season of joy to remind us that we aren’t followers of a man whose mission just ended on the cross but rather of a man who died on a cross and rose. Jesus resurrected and reassures us… Read more »

Easter Sunday Mass Times

Come celebrate Resurrection Sunday with us! Mass times are as follows: 7am 9am 10:30am 12noon 1:30pm Spanish **We will NOT have our regular 5:15pm Sunday evening Mass. Also, the Easter Vigil Mass on Saturday, April 20th will begin at 8pm and may take up to three hours. No 5:15pm Mass on this day either. If… Read more »

Happy Feast Day!

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 »

Ash Wednesday 2019

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.

Presidents Day

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 »

Endow: A Faith Group for Women

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 »