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Parish News

  • Sr Maureen Kunz is hosting a Zoom Gathering on Wednesday , July 7,  7pm And Wednesday,  July 14,  7 pm Based on Archbishop Etienne’s 2020 article on the Eucharist. If you are interested please email administration@stjosephferndale.org Zoom links will be sent to you the day before the meeting.

  • While capacity for in-person Mass remains limited, we are no longer required to maintain a record of those in attendance. Sign-ups are no longer required and the links to the sign up pages have been removed from the Mass Times page.

  • 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.

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