St. Joseph Parish is a welcoming Catholic community of faith that embraces its diversity and reaches out to all of God’s children. We nourish our faith in our Lord Jesus Christ through the Sacraments, the Word and the Eucharist. We strive to increase out stewardship by sharing our time, talent and treasures.


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Caritas Christi 2023

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Our 2023 Confirmation Class

St. Joseph Catholic Church Proudly Presents 
Our 2023 Confirmation Class

Thank You to Bishop Barbarito, Fr. Brian, Fr. Noel, Fr. Wisman, Fr. Paul, Fr. Alain, our Sacristan, floral arranger, Altar Servers, Catechists, Music Ministry, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, the Knights of Columbus and the First Year Confirmation students who did a beautiful job helping to make the day special for the 48 Confirmandi.

National Eucharistic Revival


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Pope Francis Prayer Intention

We pray that parishes, placing communion at the centre, may increasingly become communities of faith, fraternity and welcome towards those most in need.

Pope Francis – February 2023

Sometimes I think that we should put a sign on the door of parishes that says, “Free admission.”
Parishes should be close-knit communities, without bureaucracy, people-centered —a place where the gift of the sacraments can be found.
They have to become once again schools of service and generosity, with their doors always open to those who are excluded. And to those included. To all.
Parishes are not a club for the few, which give a certain kind of social belonging.
Please, let us be daring.
Let us all rethink the style of our parochial communities.
Let us pray that parishes, placing communion –communion of people, ecclesial communion– at the center, may increasingly become communities of faith, of fraternity and of welcoming the most in need.