This Week
  • Festival- Today 6-10 PM, Saturday 5-10 PM, Sunday 5-9 PM

  • Adoration is closing at 5 PM tonight

  • Flea Market open during Festival. Hours and info are all HERE!

  • Catholic Grandparents Assoc.- Tuesday at 7 PM in room 5/6

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

  • Divine Mercy Cenacle- Wednesday at 9:15 AM in room 5/6

  • Thursday Adoration- opens at noon

  • Bible Study- Thursday at 9:30 AM in Parish Center room 5/6
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
-8:30 AM Monday through Saturday

Adoration
-Adoration will close at 5 PM tonight for the Festival
-Adoration will open at 12 PM on Thursday this week
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 10 PM
Email adoration@stjwchurch.org if you can commit to an hour or to join the sub list. Thank you!

Confession
-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

Rosary
-After 8:30 daily Mass Monday through Saturday in the Chapel
A Few Notes

Please do what you can to advertise the the Festival this weekend. Share our posts on all your social media platforms. You can find posts HERE on Facebook.

Band Schedule: The Large Flowerheads today from 7-10, the Aardvarks on Saturday from 7-10, and the Lucky 7 Band on Sunday from 6-9 PM. Invite your family, friends and neighbors!

There will be Donuts in the Courtyard after all the Masses on Sunday, so please join us.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, we are one because of the miracle of the Eucharist, which is celebrated this Sunday during the Solemnity of The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as Corpus Christi. The Diocese is celebrating at Fr. James' parish, Most Blessed Sacrament in Bally, on Sunday at 3 PM for Mass and a procession with Bishop Schlert. A plenary indulgence will be granted to those who attend, receive Communion, and go to Confession within the next week.
Thank you to all the fathers in our parish, and to all our spiritual fathers, the priests. We appreciate all you do for us. A special thanks to those fathers who are sacrificing their weekend for the good of our parish as they volunteer at the International Food Festival!
It's time to register your child for the 2022-2023 Parish Religious Education Program (PREP). Click HERE for registration forms for grades 1-7. Students in 8th grade need a different packet. Contact Mrs. Hayward HERE if you need an 8th grade registration packet.
Join us for the Catholic Grandparents Association meeting this Tuesday, June 21st at 7 PM in room 5/6 in the Parish Center. All grandparents are welcome for a time of sharing and prayer.
Save the Date!
-Family Picnic- July 12th
Prayer for Our Parish

Lord, please shine Your light on our International Food Festival this weekend. May our Parish family be strengthened through our common purpose, which is to glorify You more and shine Your light in our community. We ask Archangel Michael to protect us from all evil and keep us and all visitors safe from harm. Most of all, Lord, we thank You, for the energy, the resources, and the volunteers to do all things in Your Holy Name. Thank You, Jesus!

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.
Amen
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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