Mass Times

View all of our regularly scheduled Mass and confession times, including weekdays and Masses held at our two mission churches.

Bulletins

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

Electronic Donations

Make giving more intentional and never worry about forgetting to bring your envelope, wallet or checkbook to Mass again.

Parish News

  • 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.

  • 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  

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  • The great leap April 19, 2021
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  • Receiving the ‘little white guest’ April 12, 2021
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    BY JEFF YOUNG I don’t suffer well. I wish I did, but the sad fact is that I don’t. I have witnessed other people suffer well … men, women, and children who experience accidents, sickness, and losses with grace and humility. Historically, I have not been one of those people. However, I could argue (cautiously!) […]
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  • Does Catholic Fellowship matter? March 3, 2021
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  • REND YOUR HEARTS February 19, 2021
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