Parish Youtube Channel
Masses Being Livestreamed
Saturday Mass, September 24th 4:00 PM
Sunday Masses, September 25th 8:00 AM
Church Paving ProjectPlease read Appeal from the Pastor
To Date: $11,580
Total Donors: 98
Total needed for paving: $11,150
Letter From The PastorAccident Reported at Saint Joseph Cemetery.
Our Lady of Fatima DevotionsAll are invited to continue to pray to Our Lady for peace in the world.
Memorial Day Prayer Service, May 30th 2022
First Holy Communion, May 14, 2022
First Penance, May 7, 2022
Bishop John M. Daugherty Funeral Mass, April 26, 2022
The Ordination and Installation of Bishop Jeffrey J. Walsh — March 4, 2022
Mass of Thanksgiving for
Bishop-Elect Jeffrey J. Walsh
Mass with the Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, March 25, 2022
Memorial Day Prayer Service, May 30, 2021
Confirmation with Bishop Bambera, May 6, 2021
Divine Mercy with Mass, April 11, 2021
Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021
Novena to Saint Joseph, March 2021
Christmas Eve Mass, Dec 24, 2020
Pastor's Letters to Parishioners
Pastor's Big Bucks Letter, 2022
Pastor's Letter for Paving, 2022
Accident Reported at SJ Cemetery, 2022
Palm Sunday, 2022
Lent Letter, 2022
Christmas Day, 2021
Thanksgiving Day, 2021
Holy Week, 2021
Lent Letter, 2021
New Year's Day, 2021
Christmas Day, 2020
Thanksgiving Day, 2020
May 30th, 2020
Dear Parishoners, our Church will be open 7AM to 11AM every day until further notice.
Daily/Weekend Masses are set in the Bulletin.
We encourage individual prayer and the Parish faithful to come and pray for your intentions and a cure from this deadly virus that has engulfed our communities, our country and the world.
May God Bless you and Keep you in this time of need.
Sincerely yours in Christ
Pastor Rev. Michael J. Piccola, V.F.
Messages from Bishop BamberaCOVID-19 Update Letter, December 10th, 2021
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Remember in Your Prayers
All those affected by the Coronavirus
throughout the world:
Compassionate and Loving Father,
In the face of confusion and concern
impart to us the calm of Your presence.
In You allow us to find hope and healing.
Be with those who serve the sick and
give them Your caring hands.
Be with those who lead and give them
Your spirit of wisdom.
Be with those who have fallen ill and
give them Your comforting heart.
Wrap Your arms around our world
and hold us in Your love.
Allow us at this time of trial to then
serve as intruments of that love
to all we meet.
We ask this in Your Name.