(last updated 12/2/20 at 3:30pm)
Advent 2020 Video Message from Archbishop Hebda
Update from Principal Kelly Roche about the School Reopening Plan for 2020-2021
Return to Public Masses – Begin Saturday, May 30, 2020
We are excited to welcome back public Masses beginning with Pentecost Weekend, May 30-31, 2020. Weekday Masses on Monday, Thursday, & Friday will resume starting Thursday, June 4. Please click here for a PDF download of what returning to Mass at St. Joseph will look like. Please note that the Archbishop’s dispensation to attend Mass is still in effect. If you are sick, please stay home. If you are over 65 or are more vulnerable to complications from COVID, you are also encouraged to stay home, per the Archbishop’s request.
Public Weekend Mass Schedule – Starting May 30
Saturday 5pm – Mass in the Church with limited capacity. This Mass will also be live-streamed and recorded. (Click here to see our Media Page)
Sunday 7am –Mass in the Church with limited capacity.
Sunday 8:30am – Mass in the Church with limited capacity.
Sunday 10:30am – Mass in the Church with limited capacity.
Public Weekday Mass Schedule – Starting Thursday June 4
Monday, Thursday & Fridays at 8:30am – Mass in the Church (capacity will be limited to 25% just like a Weekday Mass)
Church Building and Parish Office Hours starting September 8, 2020
Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
Please continue to maintain 6′ physical distancing, wash your hands (hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes will be available) and remain home if you do not feel well.
St. Joseph School
Messages from Archbishop Hebda
Archbishop Hebda’s Response to Opening of Mass (May 23, 2020)
MN Bishop’s Letter Regarding Mass (May 20, 2020)
Archbishop Hebda’s Response Regarding Mass (May 15, 2020)
Archbishop Hebda’s Update (May 1, 2020)
Archbishop Hebda “Stay At Home” Update (4-17-20)
Statement from Archbishop Hebda 3.25.20 Regarding Stay-at-home
Mass Suspension Letter from Archbishop Hebda 3-19-20
Archbishop Hebda’s Mass Dispensation Letter PDF
Letter to Parishioners about Litany in Time of Need