Welcome to Our Parish!

Pastor

Rev. Timothy D. Marcoe

The Catholic Witness Interview "The Called" with Father Marcoe

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The Called-Father Timothy Marcoe

Update

Governor Wolf has responded to the uptick of COVID-19 cases in the Commonwealth with restrictions placed on dining facilities, bars, and workplaces (https://www.wnep.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/governor-tom-wolf-coronavirus-targeted-mitigation/523-db005e1c-1253-4dc7-af30-312c933002ba). Church spaces remain exempt from the Governor's directive limiting the gathering of persons indoors and outdoors.
Because of our vigilant approach to social distancing, wearing masks, and sanitization, there is no change in our current directives regarding the use of our churches and public worship at this time. Please continue to exercise great care in following the norms laid out in the directives for the Diocese of Harrisburg as we have implemented here at St. Joseph Parish.

IMPORTANT! 

From the Diocese of Harrisburg

Governor Wolf signed an order from the Secretary of Health mandating that masks be worn in all public spaces. [Access the order here: https://www.governor.pa.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/20200701-SOH-Universal-Face-Coverings-Order.pdf] This includes our church properties whenever the faithful are assembling for Holy Mass or other liturgical services. Please note that the following amends all previous instructions given by the Commonwealth and the Diocese of Harrisburg.

 
Masks are to be worn by all individuals, laity and clergy, attending liturgical services and parochial events whether in a church building or out of doors. The masks are to remain on the faces of individuals the entire time they are assembled with the exception of the reception of Holy Communion. Priests are to wear masks during the Celebration of Mass with the exceptions of: the proclamation of the biblical readings and homily, and the recitation of the Eucharistic Prayer. Priests and deacons are to wear masks during the celebration of the sacraments whenever possible, especially when they are in proximity to others.
 
The order from the Secretary of Health includes exceptions due to age, health situations, and ability to safely remove a mask as indicated in the order. 
 
You are asked to comply with these regulations as given.  Thank you.

Green Phase Letter 

Remote Participation in Mass with Delayed Holy Communion

Adoration


MAY WE PRAY FOR YOU?

Do you have someone, a situation, or something you would like the Church to pray for? If so, please send your intentions to the parish via email (sjcd@verizon.net) or regular mail.  We will print them out and place them on the altar to be prayed for in our weekly intentions.  We hope this is one more way we can remain united with one another spiritually, even though physically we are still separated. 

 

Mission Statement

We, the faith community of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church of Danville, are committed to spreading the Kingdom of God through Liturgy, Sacraments, Scripture, and Education. This will inspire us to serve the larger community by bringing the Light of Christ to others through works of justice, mercy, and love.

Mass Schedule

Weekend:-Saturday - 5:00 PM
                  -Sunday - 8:00 and 11:00AM
Weekly:   -Tue- 9:00 AM
                 -Wed- 6:30 AM
                  -Thur - 6:15 PM
                 - Friday - 9:00 AM
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Confession Schedule

Sundays-9:30 A.M.-10:30 A.M.

Thursdays-5:30 P.M.-6:00 P.M.

Saturdays-3:30 P.M.-4:30 P.M

Examination of Conscience Booklet

Announcements

The Called
Resources for those Severely Affected by Pandemic
General Proof and Sexual Abuse Claims Forms
Parking at St. Joseph
Verse of the Day - NASB