This video from Loyola Press offers an artful reflection on the Parable of the Fig Tree, our Gospel reading for this weekend.
The people of Saint Joseph Parish, Austintown, Ohio are called to joyfully proclaim the gospel message in a spirit of freedom, justice, and love.
Blessed with a rich variety of backgrounds and talents, we are a living reflection of the universal church of Jesus Christ guided by the spirituality and teachings of our Roman Catholic Traditions.
We proclaim the presence of God by dedicating ourselves to worshipping, witnessing, teaching and learning; we believe that our living worship builds community around the table of the Eucharist and fosters Christian Unity by developing love for the Word of God.
Monday, March 18, 7:00 pm @ St. Christine Church
Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 pm @ Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
Wednesday, March 20, 7:00 pm @ St. Joseph Church
This year’s parish mission, led by Peggy Hahn (Executive Director of LEAD – Living Everyday As Disciples) will focus on the little and big things we are doing in response to God’s call to take faith out of our church and into our neighborhoods. Be inspired by what is already happening and wonder and pray about how you are called by God each day to beautify your neighborhood and the Austintown community.
April 28 and 29:
Check out the latest addition to our website!
Fr. Fedor has been offering 4-6 minute educational presentations before Sunday Mass in response to a need expressed in our 2018 parishioner survey. We have been documenting the series on video, and they are available for your enrichment.
CLICK HERE to see the videos!