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  • Please join us every Friday during Lent for The Stations Of The Cross (beginning Friday, February 19, 2021) at 8:30am (before 9am Mass) St Joseph, Ferndale. If you unable to join us at the church, please join us via livestream.

  • If you’ve struggled to read the Bible, this podcast is for you. Fr. Mike Schmitz hosts a daily bible reading where you and he will read the entire bible from Genesis to Revelation following the Great Adventure Bible Timeline. Each podcast is 20-25 minutes and features 2-3 bible readings, a prayer and a short reflection by Fr. Mike. Start anytime at Day 1 and on Day 365 you will have read the entire bible and discovered how your story fits into THE story. https://ascensionpress.com/pages/biy-registration  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-bible-in-a-year-with-fr-mike-schmitz/id1539568321  

  • 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 children. They are university students. They are taxpayers and consumers who contribute billions of dollars to the economy every year. Thousands are young adults who are actively involved in various professional careers and living the American dream of building a better world for themselves and others. Thousands are working in the medical field, actively fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and caring for the sick. The Catholic Church believes in the inherent human dignity of every person from conception until natural death and the Gospel imperative to protect the most vulnerable, including children. DACA recipients were brought to the United States as children and should be allowed to continue to manifest their God-given potential in the only country they have known as their home. Today’s ruling upholds the value and worth of all DACA recipients and their families. It honors theirimmense contribution to our society. It protects them from losing their local vocations, livelihoods, family connections, and community networks, including faith communities. As a Church committed to the value of life, we fully support today’s ruling. We further call upongovernment officials and all people of good will to support the passage of legislation that would protect DACA recipients from future attempts to remove them. We also call upon these same officials to pursue much-needed immigration reform to correct the many injustices and inequities that continue to be a part of our current system. Most Rev. Daniel H. Mueggenborg Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle Most Rev. Paul D. Etienne, DD, STL Archbishop of Seattle Most Rev. Eusebio Elizondo, M.Sp.S. Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle

Upcoming Events

Feb
26
Fri
9:00 am Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Feb 26 @ 9:00 am – 9:30 am
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Feb
27
Sat
5:00 pm Sunday Anticipation Mass @ St. Anne
Sunday Anticipation Mass @ St. Anne
Feb 27 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Feb
28
Sun
10:30 pm Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph, Ferndale
Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph, Ferndale
Feb 28 @ 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm
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10:30 pm Sunday Mass Livestream
Sunday Mass Livestream
Feb 28 @ 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm
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Mar
2
Tue
6:00 pm Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Mar 2 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
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Mar
5
Fri
9:00 am Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Mar 5 @ 9:00 am – 9:30 am
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Mar
6
Sat
5:00 pm Sunday Anticipation Mass @ St. Anne
Sunday Anticipation Mass @ St. Anne
Mar 6 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
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Mar
7
Sun
10:30 pm Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph, Ferndale
Sunday Mass @ St. Joseph, Ferndale
Mar 7 @ 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm
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10:30 pm Sunday Mass Livestream
Sunday Mass Livestream
Mar 7 @ 10:30 pm – 11:30 pm
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Mar
9
Tue
6:00 pm Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Daily Mass @ St. Joseph
Mar 9 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
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