We will be taking order for extra gift cards; order forms can be printed from here or picked up in the vestibule of the church, please return by August 23.Gift Card Form-8-23-20
Please visit our CCD page to register your children for CCD and to view the tentative class schedule for the 2020-21 school year. CCD classes are scheduled to begin Sunday, September 13. Please contact Clare Crone, CCD Coordinator, if you have any questions.
My dear parish family
I hope you received mail about reopening the Church and Mass this weekend. We initially planned to have Mass this weekend outside by pavilion but due to weather changes and some technical problems we will be having Mass in the Church. We will have three masses as usual at the same time and live stream on Facebook at 8 am. Holy Rosary will be prayed before each Mass. Our church occupant capacity is around 30. I request for five or more volunteers after each Mass for sanitizing and cleaning the Church. Please wear mask when you come to the Mass. Please pass on this information to our parishioners. Thank you very much for your continued support to our parish.
Fr. Benny Jose
Click this link to view options and times for Live Streaming of Masses in our Diocese.
Below is a series of links to help the faithful through the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Resources from the Harrisburg Diocese Resource Page.
Magnificat–Free liturgical resources, prayers, songs, and daily readings
Magnifikid–free access to download the colorful Sunday missalette for children ages 6-12.
Father Roderick Podcast–the Geek Priest
Mass dates are available for 2020 for anyone who would like to have a Mass said in honor of or in memory of a living or deceased loved one. Mass stipends are $10.00.
Join us for this First Friday’s Adoration
8:00 AM – Mass
8:30 AM – Exposition
3:00 PM – Divine Mercy Chaplet
6:00 PM – Divine Mercy Chaplet
6:30 PM – Evening Prayer Followed by Benediction
We have an Hour of Adoration each Thursday from 7 PM – 8 PM in our Parish. Please come and join us! Let us spend an hour with Our Lord and recite together the Evening Prayer.
Anyone interested in St. Joseph the Worker history may want to view a new website created by Karl Orndorff. Visit the website: Bonneauvillemuseum.com and click on “The Collection.” You will find a list of over 700 cataloged Bonneauville items. Many of the items are related to our church, school, convent and rectory.