Liturgical Resources and a Parish Update on the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time & Mass Registration
Thank you for your continued patience this summer as we learn new things each week on how to keep our doors open while maintaining a safe, healthy environment for all.
Policy Requiring the Use of Masks within St. Joseph’s Parish
St. Joseph’s Parish has adopted a policy requiring mask use in public spaces, which is effective immediately. This is in response to Ottawa Public Health directives and instructions from the Archdiocese of Ottawa-Cornwall.
Fr. Jim’s Reflection, Liturgical Resources and a Parish Update on the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr. Jim offers us a video reflection (and a live one at this weekend’s Masses) on the concept of accepting an invitation to be with Jesus especially when we are weary and carrying heavy burdens.
Mass Registration for July 11-12, 2020
Registration for all Masses to be celebrated on July 11-12, 2020 is now open. All are welcome.
Mass Registration for July 4-5, 2020
Registration for all Masses to be celebrated on July 4-5, 2020 is now open. All are welcome.
John Mark Keyes’ reflection, Liturgy of the Word and Parish Update for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time
So much has happened in these months — as a community, as a society and in our own lives. One thing we learned is the importance of, and opportunities offered by digital communication. In his reflection for this Sunday, parishioner John Mark Keyes speaks about this, and about the distance that we have all experienced.
Mass Registration for June 27-28, 2020
Registration for all Masses to be celebrated on June 27-28, 2020 is now open. All are welcome — including both parishioners and visitors.
Fr. Jim’s Video Reflection, Liturgical Resources and a Parish Update on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
Bread broken. One loaf, but many pieces. A meal for us. Bread broken. Divided that we might share. Wholeness destroyed that we might be joined together. Bread broken. A sign of Christ’s body broken for us so that we might live. May we become whom we receive.