Welcome to Saint Joseph Catholic Church

Welcome to St. Joseph Catholic Church in Ferndale, Washington. For 120 years this faith community has dedicated itself to continuing and living the message of Jesus Christ through our words and actions. We are committed to service, outreach and ministry, and sharing our gifts with our neighbors. We invite you to join us and discover this dynamic community of Catholics.

Prayer Wall

Place your petitions on our prayer wall so that we can pray for you and join us in praying for others in our community.

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Bulletin

Access our weekly Sunday bulletin, which contains details about Mass times, intentions, and weekly events happening in our parish.

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Mass Times

All of our regularly scheduled services, including weekdays and services held at our mission churches.

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Become Catholic

Do you want to become Catholic or know someone who does? Even if you just need some questions answered, we're here to help.

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Latest Events

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30Nov

Pancake Breakfast

Join us for food and fellowship immediately after the 10:30 am Mass on Nov. 30.

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02Dec

Penance Service

Experience healing in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

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08Dec

Immaculate Conceptio

Mass Times

12:10 pm - St. Anne's (Blaine) 5:00 pm - St. Joachim's (Lummi) 7:00 pm -

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10Dec

Christmas Program

Join us in celebrating the coming of Christmas with the children of our religious education program.

Latest News

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Special Advent Events

The Knights of Columbus in conjunction with the children, youth, and adults of the parish community from all three churches invite the entire Northwest Corner Catholic Community to join us in celebrating two special events this Advent Season. The first is a special mass in honor of O

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St. Joseph's Blog

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Advent and the Drama of Light and Darkness

As the winter days get shorter and shorter, we can reflect on our preparations for the coming of Jesus at Christmas time. Monsignor Charles Pope of the Archdioces of Washington (D.C.) has a great post about using Advent as a time of preparation and not just a “pre-Christmas.R

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Blog Introduction

An Introduction We often find it difficult to stop what we’re doing, calm our minds, and prayerfully spend time teaching ourselves about our faith. There are plenty of resources out there, but with work, kids, and dinner on the stove,hunting them all down and filtering out the g

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Listen & Learn – The First Commandment

This is the first post of our blog here at St. Joseph’s, and it’s an audio presentation by Fr. John Riccardo on the First Commandment. Fr. John is a priest for the Diocese of Detroit. It’s the first of a series of eight talks given by Fr. John, and it’s a great

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Listen & Learn – The Second Commandment

This episode of Fr. John Riccardo’s series on the Ten Commandments is about the Second Commandment. While we often read this commandment as only a prohibition of taking the Lord’s name in vain, Fr. John explains how it applies to our speech in general. What do you think? F

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Preparing for Christmas

This info-filled article comes from Pflaum Gospel Weeklies, the resource we use for our Children’s Liturgy each Sunday.   An Advent as Long as Lent? Way back when––in the 500’s––Advent was several weeks longer than it is today. In fact, it was called St. Martin

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Weekly Justice Challenge – 2nd Week of Advent

These weekly challenges are great ways to invlove your whole family in putting faith into action. A new challenge will be posted each week. Let us know how you and your family took on the challenge by posting below! 2nd Week of Advent Justice Challenge: The Responsorial Song for Sunda

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Weekly Justice Challenge – 3rd Week of Advent

These weekly challenges are great ways to invlove your whole family in putting faith into action. A new challenge will be posted each week. Let us know how you and your family took on the challenge by posting below! 3rd Week of Advent Justice Challenge: December 18 is International M

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Weekly Justice Challenge – 4th Week of Advent

These weekly challenges are great ways to invlove your whole family in putting faith into action. A new challenge will be posted each week. Let us know how you and your family took on the challenge by posting below! 4th Week of Advent Justice Challenge: In this Sunday’s Gospel, we h

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