Welcome to the Churches of St. Joseph - Our Lady of Fatima - Holy Family

Interested in the Consecration to St. Joseph? 

Find Consecration to St. Joseph by Donald H Calloway, MIC referenced in Deacon Dan’s Father's Day homily at www.consecrationtostjoseph.org and https://shopfocus.org/. We will have several copies available in the near future.

 

FROM THE PASTOR'S DESK

Fr. Anthony

Dear Parishioners,

This week we welcome the Totus Tuus team here to spend time with our kids! Please go up and welcome them personally to our parish. They are giving their lives/summers to the Lord’s people. Daily Masses will be at 11:30am each day at St. Joseph’s Monday to Friday. It ends with a water fight on Friday!

It is good to reflect on one’s life and vocation or state in life with a certain frequency. This is why in any good spiritual game plan, an annual retreat is always a good idea. At this time, after ten years as a priest of Jesus Christ, I have only one word that comes to mind above all the others: gratitude. I am so grateful to God for my life as His priest. It has humbled me, challenged me, blessed me beyond imagining, and given me a share in the mission of Jesus Christ. I thank God that this happened to me: He called me, and I responded. I have not always responded generously or promptly, but I am renewed at every sacrament and prayer to keep going and striving for Christian perfection by His grace! The Lord has been so good. I am so happy to follow Jesus. He is my Savior, Redeemer, Teacher, Friend, and spouse of my soul. God bless you!

In Christ,
Fr. Anthony


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MASS SCHEDULE

St. Joseph
Monday - 8 AM
Tuesday - Noon
Thursday - 8 AM
Friday - 8 AM (First Friday at 9 AM)
Sunday - 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

Our Lady of Fatima
Wednesday - 9 AM
Saturday - 4:00 PM


Confession Schedule

CONFESSION SCHEDULE

Confessions are in the church confessionals. The following times are available, or by appointment.

St. Joseph
Tuesday - 11:30-11:50 PM
Thursday - 7:30-7:50 AM
Friday - 7:30-7:50 AM 
Saturday - 9-10 AM 
Sunday - 8-8:20 AM & 10-10:20 AM

Our Lady of Fatima
Wed. 8:30-8:50 AM
Sat. 3:30-3:50 PM


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JOIN US

If you would like to join our parish family or currently a member with changes for our directory, please fill out the form below. 

Click Here for New Parishoner Form.


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WEEKLY BULLETIN

Bulletins are available at weekend Masses or access the digital version. Call the office if you wish to have it emailed to you or fill out this online form

Click here to access this week's and past bulletins.


Social Media

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Social Media

SOCIAL MEDIA

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Reserve a Pew

RESERVE A PEW

No reservations are needed.

Learn more about our Mass and Social Distancing webpage.

OFFICE HOURS:

Tuesday through Friday,  9 AM to Noon
Office Located at 617 Poplar St, Crosby, MN 56441
Phone: 218-546-6559


FIND US:

St. Joseph Crosby Click Here
Our Lady of Fatima Garrison  Click Here
Holy Family in Bulldog Lake Click Here


ONLINE GIVING:

Support your church with an easy-to-use, mobile-optimized tool. Engage offers many contribution options and 24 hr. access to your contribution history. Follow the simple instructions to create your private, secure, personal account. Click to access Engage Online Giving.


 

PRAYER OPPORTUNITIES:

Eucharistic Adoration
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is 7 a.m. Monday through 7 a.m Friday. The Adoration Chapel is in the old St. Joseph school building in Crosby.  Enter through the side door.

Prayer Line Ministry
If you would like part of the Parish Prayer Line ministry or make a prayer request, send an email to: [email protected] 


 

YOUTH INFORMATION:

Magnificat Youth Choir - For children in 3rd through 8th grade. We practice each Wednesday from 5-6pm in the Crosby church choir loft. If you have a child interested in joining this year, please complete this Interest Form by Sept. 1, 2020, or contact Sarah Steinke: [email protected] or 763-742-6238.

Schola Cantorum - An all girls choir open to grades 7 & up. We practice each Wed. at 3-4 pm in the Crosby church choir loft. Contact Kristin 218-831-7067.

Faith Formation - Contact our Director of Religious Education, Tammy Ringhand for Information regarding our Faith Formation Program: [email protected] or  Click Here for more information


 

ACCESS TO FORMED MEDIA:

Looking for Great Catholic content? Parishioners can join FORMED, a Catholic media resource, for free. Formed provides access to thousands of Catholic video-based study programs, movies, documentaries, and audio book. FORMED is available as an app on most devices, including iPad, Apple TV and ROKU. You will need to register with an email address to create a password and get free access to the materials. Click here to sign up for on Formed


 

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Diocese News from the Northern Cross

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Father Richard Kunst

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In our complex form of government, as our nearly 50 year battle to undo the damage caused by Roe v. Wade shows, doing this is no easy task when some of our fellow citizens disagree with us vehemently and when many more of them are conflicted and ambivalent. That’s why Catholic teaching, for instance Pope St. John Paul II’s encyclical on the Gospel of Life, make it clear that we can pursue this goal of protecting the unborn incrementally, step by step.

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Bishop Daniel J. Felton send the following memo to priests and deacons of the diocese in response to Pope Francis’s letter today regarding the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass:

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