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St. Joseph Church

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Contact information

Address
212 S 2nd St
Earling, IA 51530
USA
Phone
712-747-2091
Pastor
Rev. Guthrie Dolan

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 5:00 pm
Every other Saturday

Sunday: 9:30 am

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    • Bulletin-September 24, 2017.docx
  • Fri, Sep 8th
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    • Bulletin-September 10, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-September 3, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-August 27, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-August 20, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-August 13, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-August 6, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-July 30, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-July 23, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-July 9, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-July 2, 2017.docx
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    • Bulletin-June 25, 2017.docx
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About St. Joseph Church - Earling, IA

NEEDED: MONEY COUNTERS: We are looking for some people to volunteer to count the weekend collections
either on Sunday’s following Mass or on Monday morning. Two people are needed for each weekend. We would like to get eight to ten people (or more) to volunteer so you would only need to do it once a month or less. Each group of two will be assigned a weekend and you will have input as to what weekend you would prefer. It will take approximately ½ hour – hour depending on the weekend. You will be trained on how to do this. The list will be published in the bulletin each month so you will know when you are scheduled. Please contact Fr. Dolan or call the parish office (747-2091) if you are interested.

You Did It for Me



Catholic Charities provided service to a grandmother and her young granddaughter, whose home was destroyed by a tornado. Through the support of Catholic Charities, they received a recently purchased home that needed some repairs, which were completed by a volunteer group.  When touring the new home, the young girl referred to it as the “Jesus Home.”  When asked why, she said that she had prayed to Jesus for a place to live and that he had answered her prayer.

Catholic Charities provided disaster-related services to more than 84,000 clients in 2016.

To learn more, visit www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.org