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During this time of transition, we have suspended the weekly bulletin.

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Contributing to the parish

Please consider contributing to the parish with our online system.  Your support during this time when usual means of parish funding is severely limited.  Please click on the “Donate” button below to begin the process.  Thank you for your generosity.

Tribunal Workshops

INVALID MARRIAGE: do you have a case? A ZOOM webinar with the Tribunal of our Diocese.

These presentations will be directed to persons seeking so-called Church annulments. The presenters will explain the essential parts of the process and the basic information needed to present a case. Others seeking a better understanding of “annulments” are welcome to sign up, too. Presentations will be offered on the following dates and times. Please register by Friday, September 25, 2020.


Rosary Rally 2020

Rosary Rally on October 10th at noon.
St. Joseph Church will be hosting a Rosary Rally on Saturday, October 10th at 12:00 noon outside on the church steps. This Public Square Rosary, sponsored by America Needs Fatima, will be one of over 23,000 rallies that will take place all across the United States. Please join us in offering reparation for the sins and offenses committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary and to fervently pray for the conversion of the United States. For more information, contact Anne Marie Donlon: [email protected] or call 804.722.3115 Ext.0015.

Mass & Confession Times

**Indicates that the liturgy is live streamed on Facebook Live and YouTube
7:30 AM Confession
8:30 AM Mass**, Church
10:30 AM Confession
11:30 AM Mass, Church
8:00 AM Mass,** Church
8:00 AM Mass,** Church;** 5:00-6:00 PM Confession & Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
7:00 AM Mass,** Church;** Exposition and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament until 8:30 AM
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM Confession
6:30 PM Extraordinary Form Low Mass
6:30 PM Mass**
8:00 AM Ordinary Form Daily Mass (1st and 3rd Saturdays); Extraordinary Form Daily Mass (2nd and 4th Saturdays)
3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Confession; 5:00 PM Mass of Anticipation

2020 Holy Land Pilgrimage

Fr. Brian Capuano will be leading a pilgrimage to the Holy Land from October 12 - 23, 2020 with the community that brings Holy Land gifts to the parish each year. Will will have daily Mass, a daily rosary and a series of reflections throughout the trip. Deposits and registration forms are presently being accepted for the trip. For more information, please email Fr. Capuano: [email protected] More information can be found here: http://www.holylandcrafts.net/religiousicons.html

If the trip must be canceled, refunds will be made available to all who register.

Accessing the Church

The Church is accessible each day 
for private adoration and devotion. Please call the office if you would like a code.

Confession is available by calling the sacramental emergency line:
(804) 505-0710.

Access to Facebook Live Masses, talks and reflections 
can be found by accessing 

Prayer Requests

In need of Intercessory Prayer?

Please send an email to the St. Joseph Pious Union who will be praying for your intentions regularly.

Bicentennial Celebrations

Updated information on the celebrations will be posted when it becomes available
2020 Parish and Bicentennial Celebrations

Click the images to access the calendar for the parish and diocesan celebrations

Click here to receive more information or to assist in the celebrations

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Extraordinary Form Mass Aid

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Assistance for Married Couples

The Retrouvaille Program is for Married Couples Facing Difficult Challenges in their Relationship

Protecting and Developing Virtue


Reporting Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Harassment

The Diocese of Richmond encourages individuals to report abuse directly to law enforcement authorities by calling the Attorney General’s Clergy Abuse Hotline at 1(833) 454-9064. In addition, we place no deadlines or time limits on those who contact the diocese to report the sexual abuse of minors by priests, deacons, and or other personnel.

After first contacting the civil authorities, in a commitment to support and facilitate healing, individuals who have been sexually abused by a cleric, religious, employee, or volunteer of the Diocese of Richmond are then encouraged to contact the confidential Victim’s Assistance Reporting 24 Hour Number 1-877-887-9603 or Director of Safe Environment 804-622-5203 or by email at [email protected].