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Parish News

  • St. Joseph, St. Anne add daily Mass opportunities

    As our Catholic community carefully begins to reopen for in person Mass, we have added two new daily Mass options: St. Joseph, Ferndale; Tuesdays @ 10AM is an OUTDOOR Mass in the parking lot. St. Anne, Blain; Wednesdays @ 9AM is an INDOOR Mass in the church. Sign up is still required for all Masses. You can find the sign ups on our Mass Times page.

  • Archdiocese of Seattle Bishops Welcome Supreme Court Ruling on DACA

    June 18, 2020 – It is with joyful hearts that we offer this statement regarding the Supreme Court’s rulingto uphold the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The Catholic Church welcomes theSupreme Court’s ruling as it supports our efforts to promote and protect the life and dignity of all people regardless of status. DACA recipients are all around us and are valued members of our community. There are approximately 700,000 individuals living in the U.S. who currently have DACA status. They are in the pews next to us. They are working in our parishes and schools. They are parents raising … [Read more…]

  • From Our Archbishop: A Call to Address Racism in our Hearts and Community

    May 29, 2020 – The Catholic bishops of the United States recently issued a pastoral letter against racism entitled Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love. In this instruction, we call for a conversion of hearts, minds and institutions to address the evils of racism that still exist in our country and communities. As we wrote in the letter: Racism occurs because a person ignores the fundamental truth that, because all humans share a common origin, they are all brothers and sisters, all equally made in the image of God. When this truth is ignored, the consequence is … [Read more…]

Upcoming Events

Sep
20
Sun
10:00 am LIVESTREAM of Sunday Mass
LIVESTREAM of Sunday Mass
Sep 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
See our Facebook page to join live or watch later.
10:00 am OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph
OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph
Sep 20 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph @ In St. Joseph parking lot
Sign up required. See our Mass Opportunities page to sign up.
Sep
22
Tue
10:00 am OUTDOOR Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
OUTDOOR Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Sep 22 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Sign up required. See our Mass Opportunities page to sign up.
Sep
27
Sun
10:00 am LIVESTREAM of Sunday Mass
LIVESTREAM of Sunday Mass
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
See our Facebook page to join live or watch later.
10:00 am OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph
OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph
Sep 27 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
OUTDOOR Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph @ In St. Joseph parking lot
Sign up required. See our Mass Opportunities page to sign up.
Sep
29
Tue
10:00 am OUTDOOR Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
OUTDOOR Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Sep 29 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Sign up required. See our Mass Opportunities page to sign up.
Oct
2
Fri
9:00 am [CANCELED]Anointing of the Sick
[CANCELED]Anointing of the Sick
Oct 2 @ 9:00 am – 9:30 am
Anointing during daily Mass on the first Friday or by appointment (please contact the parish office).

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  • How Our Lady of Sorrows Helped Me to Overcome Fear September 14, 2020
    By Christina Mayeux Anxiety and depression are on the rise.  Even people who are faith-filled, devoted Christians often face difficulties with anxiety, fear, and sadness.  However, we are not alone when we experience the inner anguish of mental suffering.  Jesus himself sweat blood in the Garden of Gethsemane as he immersed himself in prayer, preparing […]
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  • Broadcasting the Catholic faith September 4, 2020
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    Gary Zimak
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    Daria Sockey

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  • Why do we pay for Masses for the dead? August 24, 2020
    by Fr. Hugh Vincent Dyer, OP Dear Father: I paid $20 for two Masses to be said for the repose of the souls of my husband and my daughter. Am I buying the Masses? Would it be just as efficacious if I offered the two Masses without paying for them? — Mary Dear Mary: Thank […]
    Fr. Hugh Vincent Dyer, OP
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