New Priest Assignments

Bishop Pohlmeier has granted Father Briggs Hurley’s request for a sabbatical (effective immediately). Father Hurley has discerned a need to address personal matters for his health andwell-being. Please keep Father Briggs Hurley in your prayers during the medical leave of absence. Ifyou would like to write a note to Father Hurley, please send it to […]

St. Joseph Feast Day

We hope you will join us to celebrate the Solemnity of St. Joseph, our parish patron!  Vespers will be held in the historic church at 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, 2023.  The meal will begin afterward in the Tally Auditorium of the Cody Center. A main pasta dish, salad and garlic bread will be […]

Rorate Gala Weekend Schedule

Join us for our upcoming first annual Rorate Gala Weekend, December 8-10, to include Vespers, dinner, and a special keynote address by renowned keynote speaker, Dr. Peter Kwasniewski. For a full schedule of events, be sure to check our calendar here or see below. Also, if you have not yet RSVP’d to the event, click […]

TLM Server Training

All servers are welcome to join us for our bi-monthly altar server training to be held on Saturday, November 12 at 11 a.m. in the Historic Church. During this session, we will focus on training for the positions of Acolytes 1 & 2. So whether you need a refresher or are new to serving the […]

Protecting God’s Children Training for TLM Altar Servers

Servers over the age of 18 are required to complete the Diocesan Protecting God’s Children program. Also, servers between the ages of 14 and 18 are required to complete an online-only course for the same program. A link to the process is included below for both cases. It is not possible to make exceptions to […]

On the participation of the laity at the Traditional Latin Mass

Occasionally we receive questions from parishioners regarding the sacred liturgy which we would like to address for the benefit of the community. Here’s one question we recently received:  Question: When I attend the Traditional Latin Mass, I sometimes see priests doing different things. Also, I see the laity doing different bodily postures and responses. Are there rubrics […]

A Call for Ushers and Sacristans

We are in need of ushers for the 12:00 p.m. Mass on Sundays. If you feel called to serve our TLM community as an usher, please contact Jackson. For SacristansOur head sacristan for St. Joseph’s, Nadine Kwiatek has asked if we could get volunteers to help clean the church sometime during the week. If you are interested […]

Handicapped Seating in the Historic Church

Please note, that the designated areas for handicapped seating are located in the side transepts of the church (front pew). Signs will be placed on the pews on either side, however, please see an usher if you need further assistance. 

TLM posture guide for congregation

Members from our community have requested some guidance regarding the congregation’s postures during a Missa Cantata. Courtesy of Baronius Press we have a PDF copy of a guide for you to download below. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD We hope this serves you well and helps you better follow along in the Sacred Liturgy.

Quick note on our upcoming socials

Just a reminder that our Sunday socials will begin again the week of Sunday, July 3, following the 7:30 a.m. and noon Masses.  The social after the 7:30 a.m. Mass will take place in the Glenmore Room rather than the Kilkenny. The Glenmore room is located inside the Cody Center on the east end of the building. […]