Contact Us 509-586-3820 | Monday - Friday - 9am to 4pm

Welcome to
St. Joseph
Catholic Church

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass in Small Church | Vigil and Sunday Mass in Big Church

SUN.


7AM

9AM

11AM

1PM

Spanish

4PM

Latin

7PM

 

MON.


6:30AM

8:30AM

TUES.


6:30AM

8:30AM

7PM

Spanish
(Small Church)

7PM

Marian Devotion
(Big Church)

WED.


6:30AM

8:30AM

THUR.


6:30AM

8:30AM

7PM

Spanish

FRI.


6:30AM

8:30AM

7PM

Benedict Mass

(1st Friday of every month)

SAT.


8:30AM

4PM

Reconciliation

5:30PM

Mass Vigil

7:30PM

Spanish Vigil

- 4pm Latin Mass is only on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday

Mass Times From Catholic Mass Time

Parish News

What Is Happening in the Parish?

St. Joseph’s Giant Yard Sale

St. Joseph’s Giant Yard Sale

Saint Joseph’s Giant Yard Sale
Fall Yard Sale September 20 & 21
Set up Sunday the 15th at 1:00pm
Everyone come help.
We need cashiers, floor, and clean-up help!

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Current Needs:

We currently have 15 open slots for lectors and are in need of 56 Ministers of Holy Communion. Please help us enrich our weekly worship by donating your time and talent to our Lord.

Contact:Ken Marsh 209-201-2500 or Susan Marsh 209-201-2501

We also need Ushers. Please contact Joe Gallegos at 509-521-3648 or 783-7644.

St. Joseph Columbarium

St. Joseph Columbarium is located behind the old Church, the St. Joseph Columbarium opened in July 2011 for the inurnment of Catholics and their family members.

As Catholics, we believe that our physical death is another step in the journey we take to everlasting life. Inurnment at the parish creates a prayerful reminder of the reverence our faith instills in life and a place of remembrance for those who have gone before us.

St. Joseph School

For over 50 years, St. Joseph’s Catholic School has been providing a dynamic, traditional education to our children.  Our curriculum is rooted in the Gospel standards which allows us to educate the whole child, spirit, mind and body.  We have a strong school community with engaged and dedicated families creating lifelong friendships for both you and your child.

St. Joseph’s Catholic School is a dynamic, faith-filled community where each child is challenged to excel and grow in mind, body, and spirit as an image of God in our world.

Children’s Center

Our Children’s Center provides a safe and nurturing environment in which the child is able to develop cognitively, socially, physically, and emotionally, through a creative program of planned activities, within a day care setting. We educate children in the values of life, family and positive interpersonal relationships. We encourage children to internalize the values of self-discipline, mutual respect, personal morality, and social justice.

The Children’s Centers hours of operation are from 6 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday. Questions? Please contact our Children’s Center at 509-586-1428

Vatican News

RSS CNA Daily News – Vatican

  • Pope's cardinal advisors continue to discuss apostolic constitution September 19, 2019
    Vatican City, Sep 19, 2019 / 10:14 am (CNA).- Pope Francis’ now six-member Council of Cardinal Advisors met this week to continue work on the forthcoming apostolic constitution, incorporating into the draft suggestions submitted by bishops’ conferences and others during the summer. According to a brief press release from the Holy See press office Thursday, […]
  • Blood of St. Januarius liquefies on feast day September 19, 2019
    Naples, Italy, Sep 19, 2019 / 10:06 am (CNA).- The miracle of the liquefiction of the blood of early Church martyr St. Januarius took place Thursday in Naples. The blood was shown to have liquefied shortly after 10 a.m. during Mass in the Naples’ Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary. The Mass was celebrated by […]

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