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Facebook IconThe Blessing of the Animals will take place on Oct 6th.  Please visit our bulletin page for more information.

Second collection for Hurrican relief Sept 29 & 30 - Last week Hurricane Florence made landfall in North Carolina and South Carolina, and affected residents in Virginia, as well.  While our neighbors to the south were fortunate that the storm did not develop to the full extent it was expected to reach, thousands of people have been left homeless, with tens of thousands more facing severe property damage and challenges to livelihood and their families from flooding.  

Our Church of Washington has many ties to the dioceses of North Carolina and South Carolina, not the least of which are surely many Archdiocese of Washington parishioners with family and friends in areas that have been hard hit by the storm.

In response to the need anticipated due to Hurricane Florence, parishes are being asked to support efforts through a special collection next weekend, September 29th and September 30th.  The funds will be sent directly to those dioceses affected by the storm.

Please keep the people affected by this recent tragedy in your prayers, and thank you for your generosity.

Mass Schedule

Weekend - Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30pm, Sunday 8:30am, 10:30am and noon. 

Weekday - Monday through Friday at 8am and 12:10pm

Mass schedules can always be found at the schedule link of our site www.st-josephs.org/node/3

 

Confession Schedule

Monday through Friday at 11:45am, Saturday 5pm

Or Call the rectory for an appointment 202-547-1223.

 

Recent Homilies can be found on our current bulletins link.

St. Joseph’s on Capitol Hill is thrilled to celebrate our 150th Parish Anniversary in 2018. In commemoration of this significant milestone, we are planning several opportunities for parishioners and neighbors alike to grow in community together. Click here to learn more about these events.St. Joseph's 150th Jubilee