St. Joseph's Catholic Church Corner


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       Winnie Turrin, formerly of McCloud, passed away on August 7 at a facility in Burney at the age of 98. She was a long time parishioner of St. Joseph. We send our prayers to her family and friends

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St. Vincent de Paul Needs:Hamburger Helper & Canned Beans

       Each week the St. Vincent de Paul Society distributes food to the needy. To supplement every first Sunday, the SVDP food collection replenishes the food bank each week by letting you know what item or items to add to your grocery list. This is to contribute in feeding the hungry through the community food bank run by our St. Vincent de Paul Society.
       St. Joseph's Church has joined the food drive and shall be collecting the same NON-PERISHABLE food items each week. There is a box in the vestibule for these items.
   For more information call (530)926-3061.

This week’s items are:
Hamburger Helper & Canned Beans

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Second Collection Next Weekend

       Next week our special collection will support the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. More than 46 million people in the United States live in poverty today.
       This collection supports programs that empower people to identify and address obstacles as they work to make permanent and positive changes for their communities.
        Learn more about the Catholic Campaign for Human Development at

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Join Us for a Christmas Party

       You’re Invited to St. Anthony’s Christmas Party! Save the Date, Monday December 9, 5:30 in the Parish Hall. Please sign up in the back of the church if you will be attending the Christmas party so we can prepare enough food.
       If you would like to help out with the Christmas party, please call Katy Ostrowski at (530)926-6554.

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Arise Program

     Our Arise Together in Christ Program takes place during the daytime class on Thursdays at 9am in the church.
     Our evening class is on Mondays at 7 PM in the hall. This is a great opportunity to develop a closer relationship with Christ as we enter into the advent season.
      I truly hope to see you there.
      Deacon Ed

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