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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
August 26-- 4:00 Confession -- 5:30pm Mass, Joseph A. Wyatt (RIP)

Sunday: 8:00 am
August 27 - Twentieth-First Sunday of Ordinary Time- White- 8:00 am Mass; Msgr. John Bynre (RIP)

Sunday: 11:00 am
11 am - Mass - All Parishioners

Weekday

Monday: 8:00 am
August 21 - 7:25 am Rosary - 8:00am Mass, Aniceto Frias Bravo (RIP)

Tuesday: 8:00 am
August 22 - Queenship of the Blewssed Virgin Mary; 7:25 - Rosary - 8:00 am Mass

Wednesday: 8:00 am
August 23 - Saint Rose of Lima, 7:25 am Rosary - 8 am Mass - Katerina Gaasch(RIP); after Mass exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Thursday: 7:25 am
August 24 - 7:25 am Roary, 8:00 Mass; Mclanie Grote (Special Inten.) - Novena to our Lady of Perpetual Help after 8 am Mass

Friday: 7:25 am
August 25- 7:25 Rosary -- 8:00 am Mass-- Brook Smith (RIP)

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    • St. Josph Bulletin 1.pdf
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About St. Joseph Church - Big Bear Lake, CA

DIOCESE of SAN BERNARDINO
RACHEL: HOPE & HEAliNG

Department of Life, Dignity and Justice

Healing Broken Hearts-One Weekend at a 'Time.

Pope Francis said: "God is the light that illuminates the darkness, even if it does not
Dissolve it. And a spark of divine light is within each of us." Sometimes situations and
decisions from the past can make us feel disconnected and alone. If you have emotional
or spiritual wounds as a result of a past abortion, please consider attending our upcoming
Rachel's Vineyard weekend retreat September 8-10, 2017. It's an opportunity for women
and men to experience God's love and mercy as He touches each wound with his healing
Grace. Lives are restored and peace is found. Participation is strictly confidential. For
more information, please contact Mary Huber at 909-475-5353 or MHu­ber@sbdiocese.org or visit the website Rachelsvineyard.org.