Resurrection & St. Joseph



Public Masses at 50% Capacity

(Provided social distance is maintained)


Weekend Masses

4:00pm Saturday - Resurrection

10:00am Sunday - Resurrection

8:30am Sunday - St. Joseph

Daily Masses

8:00am Tuesday - Resurrection

8:00am Wednesday - Resurrection

8:00am Thursday - St. Joseph

8:00am Friday - St. Joseph

(followed by 1hr of Adoration & Benediction)


St. Joseph

9:00-10:00am Saturday


3:00-3:45pm Saturday

*Or Anytime by Request*



9am-4pm Monday - Thursday


Staff will be in the office to answer phones

but the doors will remain locked. 

You may drop things off

or pick things up from the entryway. 

Please call ahead.

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     This past week there has been a media frenzy over a new Italian documentary in which Pope Francis appears to call for legal recognition of same-sex civil unions. Some have drawn from these comments that the Pope has changed official Catholic teaching. Others have raised further questions about the origin of the comments and their ultimate meaning for Catholics. Unfortunately, this is a complex issue that has led to much confusion among the faithful. 

     I would like to direct your attention to the two links below. The first is a link to Catholic News Agency's article responding to common questions about the Pope's comments. The second link is to a document from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. This document deals specifically with the question of legal recognition of same-sex unions and is part of the official teaching of the Catholic Church. 

     One thing is clear, the official teaching of the Church is not changed or abrogated by off-the-cuff comments in airplane interviews or in unofficial documentaries. Therefore, we will just have to wait for Pope Francis to clarify this issue.

     Catholic News Agency Article

     Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Document

Grace & Peace!
Fr. Michael Garry


Resurrection Catholic Church




St. Joseph Catholic Church


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~ Rick & Teresa Harvey

Resurrection Parishioners

"Online giving works for us.  It is convenient because we don’t have to mess around with envelopes and writing checks every week.  Plus it saves me time from having to get the envelope and write a check when we’re usually hurrying to get to church.  Payments can be withdrawn from your checking account but we set up payments from our Discover credit card once a month for St. Josephs on the middle of the month and UCA on the first of the month.  It’s easy to set up and easy to make changes too.  Plus we get 'points' on our credit card account for each payment and save on check costs.  And of course, during this COVID-19 stay-at-home event or if we are visiting the grand-kids, we can continue supporting the church without mailing in the contribution or making a special trip to drop it off at the office.  We recommend online giving.  It works for Colleen and I."


~ Bob & Colleen Finc

St. Joseph Parishioners