St. Joseph stained glass window in our church

The first aisle window from the transept on the south side of the church

Our novena schedule is weekdays and Saturdays after the 12:05 p.m. daily Mass, and on Sundays at the 11:15 a.m. Mass, concluding on St. Joseph’s Day, March 19.

Join us in praying the novena to the humble head of the Holy Family, foster father of Jesus, patron saint of workers, and the patron of the universal church.

Novena to St. Joseph

Glorious St. Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, to you do we raise our hearts and hands, to implore your powerful intercession in obtaining from the heart of Jesus all the help and graces necessary for our spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death and the special favor we now implore.
(Mention your petition.)

Glorious St. Joseph, through the love you had for Jesus and for the glory of His Name, hear our prayers and obtain our petitions. Jesus, Mary and Joseph assist us in our need. Amen.

Remember, O most chaste spouse of the Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who implored your help and sought your intercession was left unassisted. Full of confidence in your power I fly unto you and beg your protection. Despise not, O Guardian of the Redeemer, my humble supplication, but in your bounty, hear and answer me. Amen.

 

About the Stained Glass Window

This stained glass window of St. Joseph in our church may have escaped your notice. It is one of the aisle windows on the south side of our church that depicts the Holy Family. It is next to the window of Our Lady as the Mother of God, holding the Infant Jesus. The inscription reads “Go to Joseph.” From St. Joseph, the good provider of the Holy Family, we are counseled to seek advice and help.


St. Joseph altar in our church

Our St. Joseph Altar was repainted and restained in 2018.

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