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Posted on: June 14, 2019

Father's Day

Dear St. Joseph's Family,

This Sunday, June 16th, we celebrate Father's Day and I want to extend my personal best wishes to all our fathers.

I look forward to seeing you at Mass, and in the same way we honor mothers on Mother's Day, I will have a gift and a special song for all the fathers this Sunday.

My prayers and best wishes to you,

Father Wayne Dawson

Posted on: May 16, 2019

Healing Mass


You are all invited  to attend: 

A life changing event is coming to our Parish this Thursday, May 16 (5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.)  Shalom World will once again be present, this time with a Jesus Heals Event!  Many are burdened and depressed by sicknesses and concerns.  Jesus Heals offers a unique opportunity to gather and seek healing of mind and body and soul. The program features preaching, Healing Mass, praise and worship, and Eucharistic Adoration. This is a free event, and all are welcome. 

God's Richest Blessings,
Father Wayne Dawson

Posted on: April 25, 2019

Come Celebrate Sunday, April 28th 11am


Dear Friends,
On Sunday, April 28, 2019, Bishop Daniel Garcia will be at                 St. Joseph’s Parish to celebrate our 11:00 a.m. Mass. 

This is a very special celebration for our parish and we are all extremely excited to welcome our new Bishop to our parish for the first time.
The Pastoral Council, who is coordinating the celebration in the hall is inviting all parishioners to bring a plated appetizer.
This appetizer should be ready to serve and not need to be refrigerated or heated.  We ask that you have this appetizer served in a disposable dish for 10-12 people.
I look forward to seeing you on Sunday, April 28th at the 11:00 a.m. Mass.
Easter Blessings,
Father Wayne Dawson

Holy Thursday -Mass 6:30pm 

Our Lord never told anyone to write about His Redemption, but He did tell His Apostles to renew it, apply it, commemorate it, prolong it by obeying His orders given at the Last Supper. He wanted men not to be readers about His Redemption, but actors in it, offering up their body and blood with His in the re-enactment of Calvary, saying with Him, "This is my body and this is my blood"; dying to their lower natures to live to grace; saying that they cared not for the appearance or species of their lives such as their family relationships, jobs, duties, physical appearance, or talents, but that their intellects, their wills, their substance--all that they truly were--would be changed into Christ; that the Heavenly Father looking down on them would see them in His Son, see their sacrifices massed in His sacrifice, their mortifications incorporated with His death, so that eventually they might share in His glory. Fulton Sheen