We are a Catholic Church where people, faith, and cultures meet.
Welcome back! We are very happy to announce that St. Joseph of the Holy Family has opened its
doors for Mass.
Please know we are taking precautions. You must bring and wear a mask, sanitize your hands when you come in, maintain a six-foot distance from others, and sit in the pews that have been marked off for seating. Every other pew has been cordoned off. We ask that you do not have any physical contact, except for communion. Our first priority is the safety of all clergy and people, and the self-care of all ministers. We remind people that there is no requirement to return to Mass and that Sunday Obligation has been lifted. We ask you to not enter the church if you are sick or experiencing symptoms. Anyone who is at a greater risk of COVID-19 (people older than 65 or who have underlying health conditions) are cautioned not to come to church for Mass. The 10 am Sunday Mass at St. Joseph will be live streamed and you may watch it HERE and on our Facebook page. Thank you.
May the Lord Bless You,
St. Joseph of the Holy Family Parish Priests and Staff
Children’s Mass, 8:30 AM - No 8:30 am Mass on Christmas Day, December 25
Our children’s mass. Children’s catechism classes follow this mass. Learn more HERE.
Gospel, 10:00 AM
Everyone is welcome to join the Sunday Gospel for an uplifting and energizing delivery of the homily and hymns sung by our soulful Gospel Choir*. This mass is also live streamed HERE.
Spanish Mass, 12:00 PM
We welcome our Spanish speaking community to come together for an inspirational delivery of the homily and to sing contemporary hymns in Spanish.
French Mass, 2:00 PM
We are blessed to have Father Joseph Kinda with us from Burkina Faso. People have come together from across the city to find a new home and spirituality in our worship.
Monday through Fridays at 9:00 AM and 12:00 PM
Weekday Masses are in English.
Vigil Mass, 5:30 PM
Tri-lingual Mass, Christmas Eve, December 25, 9:00 PM
If you can't attend Mass on Sunday, join us to worship on a Saturday evening instead for a service held in anticipation of the next day.