St Joseph Feast Day


We sold all 120 seats to our annual parish St. Patrick’s Dinner this Saturday evening March 10th. Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket and to the fabulous committee members who put the event together, led by Margaret Sweeney. St. Patrick’s Feast Day is of course next weekend, on March 17th, but we will celebrate it a week early! “Lá fhéile Pádraig sona dhuit!” Gaelic, meaning: Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!

Stations this Friday will be replaced with the Faith Formation kids performing “The Living Stations of the Cross.” Join us in prayer here in the church at 6:00 pm for this spectacular presentation of Jesus’ Passion. Thank you to Ms. Paula King and all who will help the kids achieve this moving presentation. Please join us!

A generous parishioner, who has a tremendous love for Saint Joseph, is providing the parish with a catered Roast Beef dinner, in honor of St. Joseph’s Feast Day, Monday, March 19th. We will celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass followed by the dinner in the church hall. All are invited to attend, but please sign up on one of the sheets in the church after Mass, so that we have a proper number of seats. At his request, there will be a free-will basket for donations for the poor and needy.

At this dinner, we will welcome any new parishioners who registered with the parish within the last two years. Please, let the office know if you are a “new parishioner” and will be attending so that we can properly welcome you, and present you with a welcome gift bag.

We will pray a Novena in honor of St. Joseph beginning this Sunday after Mass continued for the nine days until the 19th. Please pray the Novena; you may even pray it at home.

May God continue to bless our little Catholic Parish Family here in the White Mountains!

Fr. Kneeland