St. Joseph Family Day
Ohana...Rodzina...Familia...Family. Whatever language, whatever country FAMILY is the glue that holds people together. At Saint Joseph nothing describes us better than as a family. We are a family of God. We pray together, we grow together, we argue together and we love together just like families do. Where two or three are gathered in His name, Christ is Alive!
We celebrate St. Joseph Family Day this Sunday March 18 one day before the feast of our patron Saint Joseph (March 19). We welcome in a special way the head of our diocesan family, Bishop Michael Barber who has a special love for us. We come together, from the pillars of our church to the youngest baptized children, to celebrate with Jesus. We are blessed to have members of our parish who have celebrated our faith for well over 50 years within our parish. May the ardent faith of our pillars continue to inspire our younger generation.
St. Joseph Family Day is an opportunity to count one by one the many blessings that God has brought to our community for the past 133 years. I am deeply grateful to God for the faith-filled people of our parish, “saints in our midst” who in giving countless hours of labor of love, build up the Body of Christ. Truly, there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit that spurs us on.
On behalf of Father John and the parish staff, I thank you for your continued gifts of time, talent and treasure to our family. May God hold our family in His hands always.
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