This Week
  • Radio Masses are resuming on Sundays at 9 AM, with Communion distributed in the grotto for those who prefer not to enter the church. Tune in to 94.3 FM and park near the chapel.

  • If you are attending Mass inside the church on Sundays at 9 AM, please park away from the chapel to save room for those who will need to walk to the grotto to receive Communion.

  • Chic Boutique donations of adult clothing and accessories are being accepted in the 2-car garage from 9-5 PM daily. Jewelry may be dropped in the office. The sale begins January 29th.
Church Information

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

Live Stream at 9 AM Sunday- Click HERE to watch.

Radio Mass at 9 AM on Sunday, 94.3 FM- Communion in the grotto.

-9 AM-9 PM Monday through Friday, except Tuesday 9 AM- 7 PM.
-Divine Mercy Chaplet on weekdays at 3 PM.
-Adorers needed Contact for more information or to commit.
-Friday 8:00-8:45 AM
-Saturday 7:45-8:15 AM and 4:00-4:45 PM
-By appointment call the rectory 610-395-2876

-After 8:30 daily Mass in the chapel
-Tuesdays at 1 PM in the Grotto or the back of the church depending on the weather
The Knights of Columbus will be leading a parish-wide effort for Consecration to the Holy Family during Masses on the weekend of January 16th and 17th. For guidelines on how to begin to prepare yourself and your family over the course of the coming week, click HERE.
Adult Faith Formation would like to encourage you to participate in The Bible in a Year program with Fr. Mike Schmitz. To listen to the daily podcasts where he reads along and adds interesting commentaries, click HERE. If you are using a mobile device you will only be able to access the current podcast, unless you use an app. When you use a computer, you can see all the podcasts from January 1st. Whether you catch up or jump in where Fr. Mike is at, you won't regret it!
Forget something?

The Lost And Found Cabinet is overflowing with items, and includes everything from prescription eyeglasses to car keys, and even a hearing aid! If you are in the vestibule, please take a peek if you are missing something. All usable items will be donated to the Flea Market in the spring. The cabinet is to the left of the St. Joseph statue and candles.
The Cardinal Newman Society is offering a $5,000 scholarship opportunity to eligible high school seniors. The deadline to submit your essay is February 15th. Click HERE for more information.
Unwanted Gifts

Looking ahead to the Women’s Guild Craftfest next November and our beautifully created gift baskets & mugs, you can recycle any unneeded gifts during the month of January by placing them in the Craftfest bin at the church entry. PLEASE, donations must be NEW & UNUSED ITEMS ONLY. Save gently used items for the festival flea market in June. Thank you!
Prayer for Our Parish

Please continue to pray for St. Joseph the Worker Church, our school, our parishioners, our holy souls, and our priests! May our Blessed Mother and St. Joseph continue to intercede for us, and may the peace of Christ reign supreme in our parish forever.

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. Joe'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.
The rectory is open from 9 AM-3 PM, Monday through Friday. If you have a question, you can email our secretary, Morgan, at 
or call the office at 610-395-2876.

If you are interested in registering with the parish, please contact Gina at

Helping Hands are available for sale Tuesday-Friday, 9:30 AM-1:00 PM.

If you have an emergency, are seriously ill, or need a priest for an anointing, please call 610-395-4560 and leave a message. If you need to speak to a priest and it is not an emergency, please contact Msgr. Smith at 610-395-8066.

Thank you for continuing to contribute during this time. You may mail offertory envelopes to the rectory, drop them in the lock-box hanging to the left of the rectory entrance, or simply sign-up to contribute online by clicking the button below.
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