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September News from St. Joseph Parish September News from St. Joseph Parish
September 21, 2022

Welcome to St. Joseph Parish! We are glad that you have stopped by our parish website. We invite you to see all the opportunities that our communiuty has to offer. Our Pastor, Fr. Joe Mamich, writes a monthly update that is emailed to all registered parishioners. We post his update monthly and you can read Father Joe's latest (September) update here! You can pick-up a bulletin at Mass or you can get one through the website (see the left menu) and even our mobile app. If you are a registered parishioner and are not getting his emails, please contact the Parish Office so that we can check our records. Thanks for visiting!

 


 

St. Joseph Serves St. Joseph Serves
October 8, 2022

Please join us for our Annual Parish Service Day on Saturday, October th. We invite parishioners of all ages to help make a difference in our community. There are opportunites for people of all ages. Sign-ups will take place the weekends of September 24th and 25th and also October 1st  and 2nd after masses. You can also sign up through the website.

 


 

Educational Partnership Drive Educational Partnership Drive
Support the students of our Sister Parish In El Salvador

Every year, we have the opportunity to sponsor students of our Sister Parish, San Jose Villaneuva, El Salvador. Join us and support them here!

 


 

Anointing of the Sick Anointing of the Sick
Oct 1st & 2nd

The Anointing of the Sick will take place after all Masses the weekend ofOct. 1st and 2nd. Anyone who is suffering from a serious or chronic illness either physical, emotional or spiritual, or someone facing surgery may go forward to receive this sacrament. 

 


 

Pet Blessing Pet Blessing
October 2

"If you have men that will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity you will have men who deal likwise with their fellow men." St. Francis of Assisi
Join us on Saturday October 1 at 10:00am in the courtyard for our annual pet blessing.

 


 

Mass of Remembrance Mass of Remembrance
November 8

Please plan to join together on Monday, November 7th at 7:00pm for our Annual Mass of Remembrance. At this special Mass, we will remember all those who have died betweenOctober 2021until 2022, as well as all of our beloved dead.

 


 

We have an app for that! We have an app for that!
The St. Joseph Mobile App

In 2018, we unveiled a mobile app for your smartphones! It features daily prayers and Mass readings, an electronic Rosary, a Prayer Wall, information and contacts for our ministries and staff, access to our bulletins, our regularly updated parish calendar, our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Our free app is available in the App or Google Stores. Click on the left menu or look for Saint Joseph of Strongsville. Please be sure to download it, share it with your friends, and stay connected!

 

 


 

Adult Faith Formation Adult Faith Formation
Fall 2022

We have several opportunities for adults to learn more about their faith this fall. We have opportunities during weekdays and even on Sunday mornings! For more information, a complete listing of opportunities, and for a registration form please follow this link

 

 


 

Ministry of Assistance Blankets & Beyond Ministry of Assistance Blankets & Beyond


Saturday & Sunday, October 8th & 9th

 

Happy Fall everyone! The MOA Blanket Drive is back to business as usual this year Oct. 8th and 9th. We will once again collect new or gently used, blankets, towels, and bedsheets to be distributed to the clients at the Southwest and Holy Name food pantries. In order to help us ensure we get the right sizes to our clients, please mark your donated bedsheets and blankets with the size (Twin, Full, Queen, King). Cash donations will be primarily used to buy unerclothing and socks. According to the Farmer's Almanac, we could be in for an unseasonably cold and snowy winter. Here's your chance to purge your linen closet of unused items while bringing comfort and warmth to those in need.