A Century of Fostering Jesus 1916 – 2016


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Reflections From a Carpenter’s Angle

Show Off

My classmate recently said to me that when he sees the leaves on the trees change it is nature's way of showing off.  I said it makes me think that they are on fire and that it is a warning to us that one day everything in the heavens and on earth will come to an end in the time of the apocalypse.  It was sad to read about the fires in California that have taken so many lives.  People were trapped in their cars where their remains were found.  The place was called Paradise but a careless campfire turned it quickly into hell.  In this month of All Souls we must remember these 29 victims and their families in our prayers.

Jesus tells that the Heaven and earth will pass away, but his words will never pass away.  That is why the Eucharist is so important to us.  We know that as the Church comes to the end of the Liturgical calendar we are looking forward to the end of time and the return of Jesus Christ.  So we unite ourselves to the Word Made Flesh in the Sacrament of his Body and Blood.

Saint Joseph foster our love for Jesus,

Father Sodano 

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Mass Schedule

Saturday: 4:30PM Vigil
Sunday: 8:00AM, 11:00AM (6PM Mass has been suspended until September 27, 2020)
Weekdays: (Monday – Friday) 8:00AM
Saturdays: 8:30AM
Holy Days: 8:00AM & 7:00PM

Confession Schedule

Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00 PM

Rectory Office

The secretaries are available for business matters from Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.


The pastor is most willing to be of service to our parishioners. If you wish to meet with him, please call the rectory in advance to arrange an appointment. We ask that you call between the hours of 9AM to 12 Noon & 1PM to 4PM (business hours) and then you may leave a message and someone will return the call. Thank you for your cooperation.