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What does Ordinary Time mean in the Catholic Church?
Ordinary Time refers to all of those parts of the Catholic Church's liturgical year that aren't included in the major seasons of Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter. Ordinary Time thus encompasses two different periods in the Church's calendar, since the Christmas season immediately follows Advent, and the Easter season immediately follows Lent.


   Mass Times/   Horario de Misas

Daily/ Lunes a Sabado:  7:00 am

  School Mass on Friday  9:00 am

                  Saturday Vigil

                   5:30 pm

                 Sunday Masses

English  7:00 am

               9:15 am

               11:00 am

Spanish 1:15 pm

English   5:30 pm


Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament-Chapel

  Every First Friday 10:00 a.m. - Noon



               Confessions

Saturday  3:30-4:30


Parish Mission Statement

"We, the faithful of Saint Joseph Parish,

are a community of believers who follow

Christ, proclaim the word of God, worship

the Lord and respond to the needs of others"

Saint  Joseph  Roman Catholic  Parish & School

Parish Office Hours

Horas De Oficina/


Monday-Thurs.8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Friday        Closed June & July

Saturday               Closed

Sunday        Closed June & July

                                  

Office Staff

Parish Secretary    

Ms. Norma Torres

Pastor  Assistant  

Compliance  Officer

HR Officer     

Ms. Eileen Kuns

 

 


Deacons

Leon Mazza,

Teodoro Perez, Hispanic Ministry


Pastoral Staff

Pastor  

 Rev. Robert  A. Rodriguez


New Bulletin from Liguori

215 S Craycroft Rd. Tucson, AZ. 85711

Parish Office  (520) 747-3100

Fax   (520) 747-4606


E-Mail  parish@stjosephtucson.org 
Website: www.stjosephchurchtucson.org

School  (520) 747-3060
 
https://stjosephchurchtucson.weshareonline.org
School  
https://saintjosephstucson.weebly.com




Thank you Emilio Moya, Maria Moya, and the group of actors for all the performances of the Triduum Palm Sunday. The Living Stations of the Cross is worthy of an Tony Award. The actor who portrayed Jesus was astounding. It was moving and upsetting as it should be.

Rev Robert  A. Rodriguez


Faith Formation
Mr.Wade Manuel  Coordinator
Pre-K through Grade 8
    September through April
Sundays: 8:00 am to 9:05 am
  Confirmation  Preparation
  Please call  Parish Office


     


      

Pastor

Mass Times / Horario de Misas

Daily / Lunes a Sabado:  7 am

Wednesday / Miercoles-

Our Lady of Perpetual Help:

                6 pm In the Chapel

Saturday Vigil:        5:30

Sunday Masses:    

         7:00 am
         9:15

          11:00 am

           1:15 pm Spanish

          5:30

Holy Day Masses / Misas de Guardar

                     Check bulletin

Adoration

of the Blessed Sacrament-   Chapel

   Every First Friday 

10:00 am-Noon.






July 9,- Primavera Project- The second Tuesday of every month we make dinner for the men at the Primavera shelter, with your help from donations of cookies, rolls, bread, and fruit. Please drop off your donations in the parish office before 4pm.  Thank you for your generosity and caring heart. Help is needed if you have a couple of hours of time to donate once a month please consider helping out. Thank you.

We have several volunteer opportunities to help the Parish. School parents and retirees what a great way to earn volunteer hours!  • You can help out once a month on the second Tuesday of each month (only 3 1/2 hours) when we take a meal to the Primavera Men's Shelter. • You can help out with St. Vincent de Paul on TWTh mornings for only a couple of hours a day once a week (you choose a day). * Altar Linen Angel,  We are on need of someone to volunteer to take care of the Altar Linens from the church and chapel, wash and iron purificators, and small towels 745-3100


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NOTICE SUMMER HOURS

During the months of

June and July

Parish Office will be closed

Fridays and Sundays

     Pray the Rosary


Parish Council

Bishop Edward Weisenburger

          Goliath                    Samsom

Low Gluten  communion wafers available. Ask any  volunteer. before Mass.




I wish I could hear other people’s confessions.

Don’t worry, I’m not bugging the confessionals in the convent. I just think I would learn something from hearing how others go about it.

I’ve been partaking of the Sacrament of Penance for several years now but I still don’t feel like I know what I am doing. Sometimes I leave the confessional wondering, “Did I do that right? Should I have been more specific? Was I honest enough?”

The other day as I left confession, I thought, “I know, I will ask for some advice from the men who do hear other people’s confessions for a living!”

Here is what they said:

1. Fr. Bryan Brooks, Tulsa, OK

By doing an examination of conscience we are confronted with our sins, but when we go to confession we are confronted with God’s love, mercy, and forgiveness.

2. Fr. Sean Donovan, Pawhuska, OK:

After saying about how long it’s been since your last Confession, briefly tell the priest about yourself. (Are you single, dating, remarried, a religious sister?) If we know your situation, it helps us to counsel you.

3. Fr. Gabriel Mosher, OP, Portland, OR:

Sins are bad choices, not unpleasant emotions; so, confess your sins, not your emotional states.

4. Fr. Damian Ference, Wickliffe, Ohio

Sins committed are an offense to God, but sins confessed are a Canticle to God. So, when you confess your sins to a priest in the sacrament of reconciliation, know that you are also singing praise to God for his great mercy.

5. Fr. Matthew Gossett, Steubenville, OH

Frequent confession is edifying for your priest and good for your soul! Sins, especially deep-seated or habitual sins, require patience and persistence. Never give up, no matter how many times you’ve committed the same sin… confession is a sacrament of healing, and just like physical wounds, spiritual wounds can take some time to fully heal.

6. Father James Martin, SJ, New York, NY

Confession is not so much about how bad you are but about how good God is.

7. Fr. Anthony Gerber, Cottleville, Missouri

The priest is like a physician: when you go to the doctor, you tell him what has been hurting you and with more or less detail so that he knows how best to heal you. And remember: he has seen many patients with the same symptoms. Trust him, listen to his counsel, and you’ll get better soon!

8. Fr. Joshua Whitfield, Dallas, TX

God works best with a simple, humble confession of sins. God doesn’t need a novel. He’s read it already. Pride and impenitence sometimes hide beneath our many words. Speaking simply and plainly, naming our sins: it’s like being stripped for the Cross, for the death of our sins and the resurrection of forgiveness.

9. Fr. Jeffrey Mickler, SSP, Youngstown, OH

Just go, no matter what. God’s love is stronger than our sins.

10. Fr. Matthew Schneider, LC, Washington DC

For many people, the biggest improvement in confession would be switching from viewing it as an obligatory, abstract listing of sins to the renewal of a relationship with God.

And a bonus!

Fr. Mark Menegatti, O.S.A.

Confession is not just a removal of sin, it’s an encounter with Christ.here.

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10 Tips from priests for a better Confession
Have you ever left the confessional wondering,
"Did I do that right?"

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Fr Robert

Congratulations on your 11th year of your Ordination We pray the Lord continues to pour out his blessings, love, joy and grace on you and all you do.