Welcome New Parishioners. Through Baptism we become God's children and brothers and sisters of one another and with Christ. Through registration we become members of the St. Joseph parish family of faith. We always welcome new members and hope that you will find our parish family a place where your faith will be nourished. We ask that you register online or fill out a registration form as soon as possible. As a parish family, we are committed to share our goods, talents and faith with one another.
Children from ages 13-17 are attending Confirmation class with Harrison Denn and Joyce Benitez, as their teachers, on Tuesday evenings at the Rectory from 6:30pm - 7:30pm. The Sacrament of Confirmation will be held at Holy Redeemer Church.
Classes for RCIA Process for Children are held on Sundays at St. Joseph's Hall with Elvira Alonzo as their teacher. RCIA for Adults are held on Tuesday evenings with Sister Mary, Toby Hines and Brent Forrest as their teachers.
If you have any questions concerning the Faith Formation Program please call Bea at 227-0126 ext. 210.
Daily/Weekend Mass Times
Monday - Saturday: 12(noon)
Saturday: 12(noon) and 5pm
Sunday: 8am, 9:30 (Spanish), 11:00am, 12:30pm
Holy Days of Obligation
12:00pm, 5pm Holy Day Vigil
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday- Saturday: 10:00am to 11:45am
Would you want one or more of your children, teenagers or adult members in your household, to have their minds and hearts moved with the love of Jesus? Well you can! If they play "Piano, Guitar, C Instruments or Sing", they can experience prayer through inspirational songs and instrumental music, inspired by the Spirit of Christ.
Join us for a sixth visit to the house of Our Lady of Guadalupe, you will be amazed and touched by this spiritual pilgrimage!
Call our Rectory (210)227-0126 ext. 210
|Pray the Rosary|
|Divine Mercy Chaplet and Litany of Loreto|
|When the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared to the native Indian Saint Juan Diego, she spoke these important words to him: “Am I not your mother? Are you not under my shadow and my gaze? Am I not the source of your joy? Are you not sheltered underneath my mantle, under the embrace of my arms?” (Nican Mopohua, nos. 118-119).|
Let us pray!
Long live Christ the King and Mary of Guadalupe! Saint Joseph, Father of the New Evangelization, pray for us!