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Information, Schedule & Directions

Jubilee Year in preparation for the 150th Anniversary of the Dedication of the Shrine

Historic Renewal Phase II, Year IIIPastor's Letter, Brochure, and Photo Card

Photo Album

of St. Joseph Day Conference & Day of Prayer on March 19-20, 2023




Wednesday, June 7
Last day for Homeschool Co-op and Catechism class.
Party for both groups: 2pm-5pm

Thursday, June 8, Corpus Christi
8:00 AM | Low Mass
7:00 PM | High Mass followed by Procession with the Blessed Sacrament

Sunday, June 11, Second after Pentecost, Solemnity of Corpus Christi. Canon Alexis Rouquayrol, one of our missionary Canons, stationed in Gabon (West Africa) will give a presentation in the social hall after each Mass on the situation of our missions where both Canon Commins and Canon Stein served, years ago.
7:00 AM | Low Mass
9:00 AM | Low Mass with organ
11:00 AM | High Mass followed by Procession with the Blessed Sacrament

Friday, June 16, Sacred Heart of Jesus
8:00 AM | Low Mass
6:00 PM | Holy Hour
7:00 PM | High Mass with homily

Sunday, June 18, Third after Pentecost, Solemnity of Sacred Heart. There will be a second collection for the Sister Adorers of the Royal Heart of Jesus.
7:00 AM | Low Mass
9:00 AM | Low Mass with organ
11:00 AM | High Mass

Friday, June 23
8:00 AM | Low Mass
6:00 PM | Holy Hour
7:00 PM | Low Mass
8:00 PM | Aquinas Night in the Social Hall with Catered Dinner ($5 donation)

Saturday, June 24, Feast of St. John the Baptist
9:00 AM | High Mass

Sunday, June 25, Fourth after Pentecost
7:00 AM | Low Mass
9:00 AM | Low Mass with organ
11:00 AM | High Mass sung by Cantatio (St. Joseph Shrine Summer Men’s Chorus)

Thursday, June 29, Saints Peter & Paul
8:00 AM | Low Mass
7:00 PM | Low Mass with organ


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Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest Audiovisual Media Policy

As an integral part of its mission, the Institute may take or acquire photographs, videos, or voice recordings (“Audiovisual Media”) that communicate news about the implementation of it mission and vision. This Audiovisual Media may be routinely published in printed and digital publications and training materials, and/or on its website or other social media platforms. The Institute is committed to the responsible use of Audiovisual Media. Under no circumstances will the Institute knowingly publish Audiovisual Media that could be an embarrassment, cause scandal, or bring discredit to the Institute or the individuals in any audiovisual media. Neither full names nor contact information will be published for an adult without the individual’s prior written consent, and no Audiovisual Media of an individual will be used in any fundraising appeal without that individual’s prior written consent. Attribution credit will be given when required by applicable copyright laws. As a courtesy, and to the extent possible, the Institute will decline to use Audiovisual Media or will promptly remove Audiovisual Media, upon request. In some circumstances, however, it may be impossible to accommodate such a request, as for example when Audiovisual Media covers a large group at a public event. By permitting a minor to participate in the Institute’s public events, such as Masses, Baptisms, Confirmations, performances, community outreach projects, and similar events, parents and guardians will be deemed to have consented to the Institute’s Audiovisual Media Policy. For private events, parents and guardians will be asked to provide written permission for the use of the minor’s image in a manner consistent with this policy at those events.