Our Lady of Fatima, Pray for Us!
This Week
  • Rosary- In honor of our Lady of Fatima tonight at 7 PM in the Grotto, and this weekend 20 minutes prior to all Masses

  • Men's Group- Saturday, 9 AM in Parish Center room 3/4

  • Hoagie Sale- After all Masses this weekend

  • Go Vote- Tuesday, all day at your polling place

  • Holy Hour for Vocations- Tuesday at 7 PM in the Chapel

  • Divine Mercy Cenacle- Wednesday at 9:15 AM in room 3/4

  • Bible Study- Thursday at 9:30 AM in Parish Center room 5/6

  • Holy Hour for Peace- Thursday at 7 PM in the Chapel
Church Information

Mass Times
-Saturday Vigil 5 PM
-Sunday 7 AM, 9 AM, 11 AM

Live Stream- 9 AM Mass click HERE

Daily Mass Times
-6:30 AM Monday through Friday on weekdays
-8:30 AM Monday through Friday except 8:45 (this week) on first three Thursdays

Adoration is held in the chapel on weekdays from 9 AM-9 PM
The rosary is prayed in Adoration from 9:00 to 9:30 AM and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3 PM.
Adorers needed for the following hours to serve weekly:
-Monday- 5 PM
-Wednesday- 7 PM
-Thursday - 9 AM, 5 PM and 8 PM
-Friday - 12 PM and 8 PM
-First Friday at 9 AM and 8 PM
Email adoration@stjwchurch.org if you can commit to an hour or to join the sub list. Thank you!

-Friday from 7:45-8:15 AM
-Saturday from 9:00-9:30 AM and 4:00-4:45 PM
-By appointment call the Parish Office 610-395-2876

-20 Minutes prior to all weekend Masses in May
-After 8:30 daily Mass in the chapel
A Few Notes

Thanks for supporting the Hoagie Sale this weekend. All proceeds benefit St. Joseph the Worker Parish.

Next week we will have Donuts in the Courtyard between the Church and Parish Center after all the Masses.

Preparations for our International Food Festival are under way! We will have a link available in the next E-News to sign up to volunteer. In the meantime, here are some ways you can help:
-Donate bottles of wine and liquor at the Parish Office for the Liquor Pick
-Return your raffle tickets to the Parish Office or pick up more.

Is God asking you to commit to a weekly hour in Adoration? We have day and evening hours available. We also have a sub list if you need to be away. Please ask Him. If interested our e-mail is above. If we can't learn to adore our Lord for one hour per week on earth, what makes us think we will choose to adore Him in heaven for eternity? You can foster your love for Jesus by hanging out with Him faithfully.

Click HERE for all information about the Flea Market.
The Catholic Grandparents Association is hosting an Iron Pigs night on June 25th at 6:35 PM for grandparents and their grandchildren. Tickets are $11, at field level, and include a $2 credit for concessions. Reserve your tickets with Patty Huck at patty.huck@gmail.com by this Wednesday, May 18th! Mail your check payable to Patricia Huck to 1428 Valley View Circle in Orefield, 18069. Tickets will be distributed electronically, so please
Hudson Valley Trip, New York July 6-8, 2022. Seats are still available! Includes Culinary Institute of America, Hudson River Cruise, Roosevelt National Historic Site, Winery, Walkway over Hudson, West Point. Cost is $669 pp double occupancy. Deposit of $50 holds your seat. Contact Sue ASAP at suemueller45@gmail.com. See more trips and reservation information on our website HERE.
Bottle donations for the Festival Liquor Pick Stand are now being accepted. Please drop off your unopened liquor and wine at the Parish Office. Please DO NOT leave them in the two car garage. If you need to make arrangements to drop them outside of office hours, please contact Jess at 610-841-2502. Thank you in advance for your generosity!
Save the Date!
-Catholic Grandparents Association Mtg.- 5/21
-Donut in the Courtyard- 5/22
-Flea Market Opens- 5/23
-International Food Festival- 6/17-19
Prayer for Our Parish

Lord, we thank you in advance for sending committed adorers of Your Most Blessed Sacrament that we will always be blessed with the grace of Your Presence in our Chapel.

Dear God,
I believe that you have the ability to convert everyone at St. Joseph the Worker Church and I beg you to perform miracles in our lives that we will come to love you and never want to offend you.
I beg you to let us see our sins and run to the confessional, that the lines will be out the door.
Set the hearts of our priests on fire so that they burn with the desire for the conversion of every soul in the parish.
I implore you to make St. Joseph's a beacon in our diocese, that souls will be drawn by the holiness they find here.
I ask that you blind Satan to every parishioner, that they might have the space to know and love you without temptation.
I offer myself to you completely at whatever the cost.
Bulletin Submissions- Please submit your bulletin submissions to Gina Medvedz at media@stjwchurch.org by Monday morning at 9 AM prior to weekend edition.

E-News Submissions- due by Thursday for Friday's issue.
The Parish Office is open from 9 AM-4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. If you have a question, email our secretary, Anne, at parishoffice@stjwchurch.org 
or call the office at 610-395-2876.

If you are interested in registering with the parish, please contact Gina at media@stjwchurch.org. You must be a registered member for at least three months to be a godparent, Confirmation sponsor, marry, or baptize your child at St. Joseph the Worker. Please register, and remind your adult children to register in a parish near them.

Helping Hands are available for sale Tuesday-Friday, 11 AM-1:00 PM in the Parish Office, or before and after every weekend Mass.

Thank you for continuing to support our parish. You may mail offertory envelopes to the parish office, drop them in the lock-box hanging to the left of the office entrance, or bring them inside during office hours.

We will be making the switch to an online system where you have control over how much you donate each week. While we are in transition, we ask that you wait to sign up for online giving until we announce it in the E-News, bulletin, and from the pulpit. Thanks for your patience!
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