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St. Joseph Church

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Address
42242 North Shore Dr
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
USA
Phone
909-866-3030
Administrator
Rev. Paul Smith C.R.

Mass Times

Weekend

Saturday: 7:00 pm
June 24 -- 4:00 Confession -- 5:30pm Mass, All Fathers; John & Mattilda Vatuone (RIP)

Sunday: 8:00 am
June 25- Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time --Green All Parishioners

Sunday: 11:00 am
11am Mass - Michael Mihalda (RIP)

Sunday: 1:00 pm
1:00 pm Misa en Espanol

Weekday

Monday: 8:00 am
June 19 - 7:25am Rosary - 8:00am Mass, Janette Hain (Special Inten.)

Tuesday: 8:00 am
June 20 - 7:25 - Rosary - 8:00 am Communion Service

Wednesday: 8:00 am
June 21 - 7:25am Rosary- 8 am Mass - Fred and Beth Neurart (RIP); after Mass exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Thursday: 7:25 am
June 22 - Saint Paulinus of Nola; Saint John Fisher and Thomas Mopre, 7am Rosary - 8:00 Mass; Alex Candalaria (Special Inten.) - Novena to our Lady of Perpetual Help after 8 am Mass

Friday: 7:25 am
June 23 - 7:25 Rosary -- 8:00 am Mass-- Amber Clark (Special Inte.)

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About St. Joseph Church - Big Bear Lake, CA

THE INEXPRESSIBLE MYSTERY

The God of the universe is mysterious. Science has not
been able to solve the mystery of how the universe came into being or explain exactly what continues to give it creative energy and masterful design. No religion asserts that it has found words to name fully the ineffable mystery of God, for no matter what name we use, God always transcends our limited ability to understand. God is a mystery to be be­lieved, not known. And yet, we Christians believe that our name for God best expresses that inexpressible mystery: God is the Most Holy Trinity of three persons united in a com­munion of love, pouring forth that creative, saving, sanctify­ing love into the world. Today's scriptures celebrate the mystery of the Trinity and give us clues for living that mys­tery in our fives.