Celebrating the Eucharist

One of the key goals of our Catholic school is to foster a love of the celebration of the Eucharist in the lives of our students. To this end, the students of St. Joseph are actively involved in the preparation and celebration of Mass. Mass is celebrated weekly during the school year. 

Students are involved in studying the scriptures used at Mass, serving in liturgical roles and reflecting on the lessons of a given celebration after the fact. Our pastor works hard at delivering sermons that are not only informative but fun. At the same time he insists on instilling a sense of reverence and devotion in each and every student. A love of the Mass ensures a lifelong Catholic. At St. Joseph, this is the primary goal of formation in the faith.
Our priests, Father Jason and Father Felipe, celebrate Mass with our students each week. We are grateful for their willingness to share Mass with our school staff and students!

Altar Servers

In keeping with the Parish guidelines, students are eligible to begin serving at the age of 12. At the beginning of the year, students are asked to express their interest in Altar Serving. Training is then set up with the Church. Parents are notified of the day and time of the training for their students. They are then placed on the school Mass calendar which is shared with the altar servers and their families.
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