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  • Worship Aid for weekend Masses

    Songs and readings for  weekend Masses,
    click HERE.
    Music for liturgies obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #A-713646.

  • Today's Readings

  • Reflecting on God's word

  • Spiritual Communion Prayer

    If you are watching this Mass remotely, please click here join in the Spiritual Communion Prayer at the time that you would normally receive Jesus in the Most Holy Eucharist at Mass.

  • Marion Food Pantry Donations

      If you can spare some items from your pantry,with the change in weather upon us, please place your donated goods inside the vestibule, in the corner near the elevator.  Doors will be open weekdays 8:00 - 4:00.

    Items that are particularly short on the shelves right now include;  canned soups,  mac & cheese, pancake mix, pancake syrup and the always popular...toliet paper. 
     
  • Mass Info

    Saturday at 4:00 pm
    Sunday at 8am and 10:30 am 

    Thanksgiving Day Mass at 9:00 am only

    Daily Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 7:30 am
    Wednesday at 8:15 am

    Click Here for FAQs for Mass Attendance
     
  • Mass Seating 

    The St Joe parish family has been doing GREAT with Mass, following social distancing and wearing a mask, working hard to help keep everyone safe!  Thank you!

    One consideration to keep in mind when selecting your seat for Mass.  Let's remember to keep the MIDDLE sections available for families and groups of 4 or more when possible.  END sections are perfect for the 1-3 folks attending together.

    Remembering this guideline will help us make as much room for our neighbors as we can, getting more people back to the Mass and the Sacraments.  

  • How can we serve you?

    We know that not everyone is comfortable coming back to a public Mass just yet.  Whether that is due to medical concerns or just an uncomfortable feeling being with others as this pandemic continues to hold us.  

    Let us serve you!  

    If you find yourself unable to attend Mass and you still hunger for the Eucharist, let us know!  
    The Deacons and a group of dedicated lay-ministers have returned to making home Communion visits.  If you would like to receive the Eucharist, all you have to do is let me know!

    Call Deacon Jeff,  377-4869 and we'll make it happen!