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St. Joseph Catholic Church

Feb 26th Live Stream Stations of the Cross

Feb 28th Mass

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Stations of the Cross will be live-streamed at 7pm all Fridays of Lent ✝️

 

St Joseph Parish is open for in-person Mass

Make a Reservation 

We are pleased to invite you to attend Mass either at 9am at Corpus Christi or 10:30am at St. Joseph on March 7, 2021, the Third Sunday of Lent.
 
Requests for reservations can be made via the following Google Form.
 
 
Please note that the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is still dispensed.
 
The 9am Mass at Corpus Christi will continue to be Live-Streamed and remain available to watch for 48 hours.
 
You may also call Corpus Christi's Office at 618-632-7614 or St. Joseph's Office at 618-537- 2575 to request a reservation.
 
Requests for reservations will be available until 12pm on Friday. You will be contacted by 5pm on Saturday to confirm your reservation.

Prayers to Saint Joseph

O God, Creator of all things,

who laid down for the human race the law of work,

graciously grant that by the example of Saint Joseph,

and under his patronage,

we may complete the works you set us to do

and attain the rewards you promise.

Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

 

St Joseph Drive-thru Fish Fry on

Fridays, 5-7pm

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ARRIVAL- please arrive by  11:00-11:15 (or earlier as event is 10-2) to secure free parking at the Cathedral Basilica at 4483 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, Mo 63108

Walk to outside the Planned Parenthood Facility to Guadalupe Convent at 4311 Forest Park Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108

BISHOP MCGOVERN SPEAKS ON STAGE AT 11:30 -11:45 AM.

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RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

Sunday Mass Partnership Schedule:

Corpus Christi: 9:00 am - in person & live streamed
St Joseph : 10:30 am - in person

Contact the office(s) if you wish to attend.

Live-stream Mass is offered at 9:00 am

Holy Day: TBD

Sacrament of Reconciliation: Available by appointment

St. Joseph Cemetery is open daily from dawn to dusk.

SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:
- Communion Service: Wednesday, 10 am (alternating weeks between Cedar Ridge and Lebanon Care)
- Joseph House (suspended)- Welcomes McKendree Students every Monday evening, during Fall & Spring semesters, for dinner, drinks, games, comradery as well as quiet study areas provided.

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Office Hours

Tuesday – Friday 8:30am-2:00pm

Office Phone: 618-537-2575

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