MASS SCHEDULE & INTENTIONS: JAN 23- JAN 31, 2021
Sat., Jan. 23 4:00 PM for Robert Rahm by Janice Battisti
Sun., Jan. 24 9:00 AM for the People by the Pastor
Mon., Jan. 25 8:00 AM for Fred DelGrosso by Linda Himes
Tue., Jan. 26 6:00 PM for Archie & Eleanor Krug by Paul & Louise Krug
Sat., Jan. 30 4:00 PM for Gerald Schirf by Dolores Schirf
Sun., Jan. 31 9:00 AM for Barbara Beech by Paul & Louise Krug
COMMUNION TIME OUTSIDE OF MASS: Saturday, 5:05 PM, ONLY, in front of the church.
A Baptism Class for Expectant Parents or parents desiring to have their child baptized will be held on Monday, February 8, at 600 p.m. Please contact Sr. Linda if you would like to attend at 742-7894.
The remaining Christmas Poinsettias are in the vestibule. Anyone who wants one is free to take one.
2020 TAX STATEMENTS are now available from the office. Please put a note in the collection basket, call the office at 742-7075, or email a note to Alison Amato at email@example.com. Please leave your name and whether you want the statement mailed or emailed to you along with your address or email address. Thank you.
GRADE AND JR. HIGH/HIGH SCHOOL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES will be held this morning for Grade School and this evening for Junior High and High School students.
If your son or daughter is not attending Religious Education Classes in person, we ask you to pick up their folders in the vestibule and to do their lessons with them at home.
ATTENTION CONFIRMATION CANDIDATES:
Please share the following dates and information with your Sponsor.
Sponsor-Candidate Meeting – Sunday, February 7, from 6-7:00 p.m. in the Church basement
Confirmation Rehearsal for Candidates and Sponsors – Friday, April 9, from 6-7:00 p.m. in the Church
Sacrament of Confirmation – Saturday, April 10th at the 4:00 p.m. Mass, at Saint Joseph Church, Bellwood.
10th Grade Religious Education Class – All 10th Candidates for Confirmation should begin to think about whom they will choose for their Confirmation Sponsor as well as the Confirmation Name they will choose.
HOLY HOUR FOR TEENS – Our Teen Holy Hour for grades 7,8 & High School Students will be held next Sunday, January 31, from 6-7:00 p.m. All students should meet in the Church Hall by 5:30 p.m. so that we have an opportunity to explain the meaning of Eucharistic Adoration and how to pray before the Blessed Sacrament.
A PENANCE SERVICE FOR BOTH GRADE SCHOOL, JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL will be held on Sunday, February 28, at 5:00 p.m. in the Church.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION STUDENTS WHO DID NOT ATTEND CLASS ON SUNDAY, JAN. 17, ARE ASKED TO PICK UP A FOLDER WITH THEIR NAME ON IT IN THE VESTIBULE TO COMPLETE THEIR LESSON AT HOME.
Thank you! The Bellwood-Antis Council of Churches would like to express sincere gratitude to all who helped in any way with this’s year Christmas Basket Program. The amount of donating and volunteering that occurred from so many places and so many people safely in the midst of a global pandemic can only be explained by the fact that we serve a Sovereign God Who uses His people to accomplish His benevolent purposes. This year the program brought tangible expressions of God’s love and care to approximately 262 persons in 122 homes. There were at least 77 children ages 1 to 14 years old who also received toys, gloves, hats and more.
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION WITH PRAISE AND WORSHIP will be held for our Junior High and High School Students on Sunday, January 31 from 6-7:00 p.m. We are asking all students to arrive in the Church basement by 5:30 p.m., so that we can explain Eucharistic Adoration as well as how to engage in prayer during a Holy Hour. Class will be dismissed at 7:30 p.m.
This year our Christmas Season was a little bit different in more ways than one. Now that it comes to an end, a sincere thank you is in order to all of you for your active participation in our Christmas liturgies, especially our music minsters, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, readers, hospitality ministers, ushers, and other ministers. Thank you also to all those who helped with decorating and cleaning of our church and all volunteers of any age who so graciously offered their time and talents to make the Christmas Season enjoyable and spiritually nurturing. Let us carry the spirit of this joyous season throughout the New Year so our Saint Joseph Parish family can continue to grow and fulfill its mission in proclaiming the Good News of our Savior Jesus Christ.