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CELEBRATE ST. JOSEPH

Updated: Mar 19, 2021

SOLEMNITY OF SAINT JOSEPH


-Masses on the Solemn feast of Saint Joseph at Ascension:

.Thursday, March 18 at 5:00 pm Vigil Mass (Worner Hall)

.Friday, March 19 at 8:00 am Mass (Worner Hall)

Please reserve a seat on our website.


-Follow the live-streamed Jubilee Mass, March 19, at 7:00 pm, celebrating our San Jose Diocese's 40th Anniversary at Facebook.com/DioceseSanJose.


-Visit San Jose Diocese website with two dedicated pages:


-No obligation to abstain from eating meat on Friday, March 19, Feast of St. Joseph, because it's a solemnity.


SAINT JOSEPH'S TABLE FOR HOMELESS

When a devastating drought hit Sicily in the 1600s, people prayed to St. Joseph to intercede with God to send rain for bountiful crops. Their prayers were answered and their crops were abundant. In honor of St. Joseph, Sicilians erected lovely tables overflowing with food. As years went by, the tables were moved to the churches, and food was donated to the poor.


This year Church of the Ascension would like to honor St. Joseph, the patron of our Diocese, with a St. Joseph's Table in Worner Hall during:

-5:00 pm Mass on Thursday, March 18, 2021

-8:00 am Mass on Friday, March 19, 2021.


Suggested food items for the homeless: Granola bars and Protein bars, Fruit cups and Applesauce cups, Beef jerky and Dried fruit, Peanut butter, Cheese crackers, Pop-top cans (tuna, chicken, chili, ravioli, pork & beans), Juice boxes, Trail Mix and Packaged Nuts.

NO GLASS CONTAINERS.

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