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St Joseph Parish
507 Main St.
Black River Falls, WI 54615
Phone: (715) 284-5613
A Parish of The Roman Catholic Diocese of LaCrosse WI

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Mass Times

Saturday 4:00pm
Sunday 8:00am summer (April 26-Sept.)
 10:00am winter(Oct.-Mid Apr.)
Tuesday Eucharistic Adoration 4pm-6pm
 - Friday 7:45am

Confession: Saturday 3:30pm-3:45pm
or by appointment

Jun 15-19 St. Joseph Vacation Bible School 9am-Noon
June 17 St. Joseph & St. Kevins Father/Son Banquet at St. Joseph
July 26 Fr. Ordination Anniversary Dinner
Aug. 29/30 Rel Ed Open House
August 3-7 St. Kevin Vacation Bible School
Sept. 13 Start of Rel Ed
Oct. 10/11 St. Joseph Parish Festival
Dec. 1 Communal Penance Service Mass 5pm
Dec 5 St. Joseph PCCW Cookie Stroll
Dec 9 St. Kevins Christmas Social
Dec 24 - Christmas Eve: Mass at St. Kevins 4pm/St. Joseph 6pm
Dec 25 - Christmas Day: Mass at 9am at St. Joseph only
Jan 1 Mass 9am at St. Joseph only

WE BELIEVE that life in our congregation is centered in the Eucharist, especially each weekend.  The altar is the focal point of our worship.  Here we celebrate who we are, renew our commitment to Jesus, who we believe is present and active in our midst, and listen again to that word which is "Good News".  It is a Word that is at once revealing and life-giving; a Word that calls us and, at the same time, enables us to become loving persons.  We will celebrate with dignity and quality the presence of the Divine in each sacrament, as well as in the devotional life of the parish.  

WE BELIEVE in people-that people generally are good and try to do the best they can.

WE BELIEVE that authority in a parish is a call to serve.

WE BELIEVE in religious education and formation for the total congregation.

WE BELIEVE that, as a congregation, we are responsible to the larger community we live in, and  ultimately, to people everywhere.  As individuals and collectively, we need to listen to the Spirit who calls us to share our money, our services, and our buildings in a spirit of genuine ourtreach and service.




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