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O great St. Joseph, thou generous depositary St_Joseph_19_4c.jpg - WeCreate fileand dispenser of immortal riches, behold us prostrate at thy feet, imploring thee to receive us as thy servants and as thy children. Next to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, of which thou art the faithful copy, we acknowledge that there is no heart more tender, more compassionate than thine.  What, then, have we to fear, or, rather, for what should we not hope, if thou dost deign to be our benefactor, our master, our model, our father, and our mediator? Refuse not, then, this favor, O powerful protector! We ask it of thee by the love thou hast for Jesus and Mary. Into thy hands we commit our souls and bodies, but above all the last moments of our lives.
May we, after having honored, imitated, and served thee on earth, eternally sing with thee the mercies of Jesus and Mary. Amen.

Effective immediately, Masses and Stations of the Cross have been suspended.  Father Terry will continue to respond to sacramental emergencies and provide anointing and Viaticum to the extent that is possible.  Please contact us of any sacramental need for the sick or the dying.

Saint Joseph, Pray for Us.

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Because of the suspensions from COVID-19 Father Terry will be outside at St. Pius V Church at the Marian Grotto Shrine for Confessions Fridays at 7:30 am, Saturdays at 3:00 pm and Tuesday, April 7 at 6:00 pm (during Holy Week). In case of rain - he will be in the garage.

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SUNDAY: 10:00 AM
11:30 AM Extraordinary Form in Latin

WEDNESDAY: 5:00 PM

THURSDAY: 8:30 AM

SATURDAY: 6:00 PM

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SATURDAY: 5:30 PM - 5:45 PM

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THURSDAY: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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Monday – Friday 9 am – 12:30 pm

If there is an emergency that requires a priest, please call 651-229-5189.

Our Sincere Sympathy to the family of Edith Paradis

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