Eucharist

“The Eucharist is essential for us: it is Christ who wishes to enter our lives and fill us with His grace. ”
~Pope Francis

Who Can Receive Holy Communion?

All are welcome at St. Joseph Community and at Mass we believe the Body and Blood of Jesus to be fully present in Holy Communion and as such there are some guidelines to receiving Holy Communion.

A person receiving should be a part of the Catholic Church and in good standing, meaning they are not in a state of mortal sin. Christians of other denominations are welcome at Mass, but are asked to refrain from receiving Communion. All who are not receiving Communion are invited to come forth for a blessing as a part of the Communion receiving line. To indicate that you would like to receive a blessing, simply fold your arms across your chest and the Priest or Deacon will give you a special blessing.

Receiving Communion at Church

Weekend Mass Times
Saturday at 5:00pm
Sunday at 7:00am; 8:30am; 10:30am

Weekday Mass Times
Monday at 8:30am
Thursday at 8:30am
Friday at 8:30am

Weekday Word & Communion Service
Tuesday at 8:30am
Wednesday at 8:30am

Communion for the Homebound

If you or a loved one is homebound, and unable to make it to Sunday Mass to receive the Eucharist, please contact us at info@StJosephCommunity.org or at 651-423-4402 to discuss options available for receiving the Eucharist.

First Communion Preparation

Click here for more information about preparing to receive First Communion.

Summer Office Hours are Monday - Thursday 8am-4:30pm & Friday 8:00am-12:00pm.Click here for more information on Public Masses.
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