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Update from Fr. Fedor:


Catholics Called to Stand Against Racism!

This statement comes from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Prayer to Overcome Racism


This Sunday…

Mass will be offered at 4:30 on Saturday and 9:30 on Sunday.

If you choose to stay at home, we understand and respect your choice. There is no obligation to attend. If you choose to attend, we encourage you to express your care for others by…

  • Wearing a mask
  • Using the hand sanitizer at the entrances
  • Keep a distance of 6 ft. from others when entering, leaving, and in the communion line
  • Sitting only in available pews (every other pew will be available)
  • Receiving communion in the hand – If someone chooses to receive on the tongue, which we are discouraging at this time, the Eucharistic Minister will sanitize their hands before giving communion to the next person in line
  • Offering handshakes and hugs only to those who live in your household at the sign of peace, and we encourage physically distant signs of peace to others
  • Refraining from singing – music will be instrumental only
  • Taking your bulletin home with you

Reflection & Prayer for Sunday, July 12


Now you can view all three movments of Haydn’s Piano Concerto featuring Andrew Gurdak and Jason Volovar!


Information on the Coronavirus

While we are gathering for Mass on Sundays according to the guidelines above, parish groups are still limited to gatherings of no more than 10 people at a time.

 

Watching Televised Masses

The link below will give you access to a document with guidelines and suggestions for how to nurture spiritual communion while watching a televised mass.

Spiritual Communion via Streamed-Televised Mass



Collecting Email Addresses

We have email addresses for many, but not all, of our parishioners. If you do not receive email from us, please provide your email address here so that we can stay in touch with you during the social distancing phase of our plan to address the coronavirus. Email will be our regular way of communicating updates.

Email Addresses

Collection of email addresses during the coronavirus pandemic
  • Providing your cell phone will give you the option in the near future to choose text communications rather than email communications.
    Checking this box will subscribe you to the email version of Fr. Fedor's Monthly Calendar Letter. It is the same calendar letter you usually receive in the bulletin, but it includes links to additional information and resources. If you try it and don't like it, it's easy to unsubscribe.

 

 


CLICK HERE to find the daily readings!

 


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.


Pondering God’s Call?

Visit our new page to learn more about Creating a Culture of Calling

 

 

 

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