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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: 4:00 pm
February 25- 4pm Confession - 5:30pm Mass- All Parishioners

Sunday: 8:00 am
February 26- Eighths Sunday of Ordinary Time- Green- 8:00 Mass- Cesar Jesus Garcia (RIP)

Sunday: 11:00 am
11am Mass - Legion of Mary

Sunday: 1:00 pm
1pm Misa en Espanol- Charles Lawrence (Special Inten.)

Weekday

Monday: 8:00 am
February 20- 7:25 Rosary, 8 am Mass- Siguiero Corns Family (Special Inten.)

Tuesday: 8:00 am
Feburary 21 - Saint Damien - 7:25 Rosary - 8:00 am Communion Service

Wednesday: 6:00 pm
February 22 - The Chair of Saint Peter the Apostle -7:25 am Rosary- Cesar Jesus Garcia (RIP), after Mass expositition of the Blessed Sacrament

Thursday: 7:25 am
Febuary 23 - 7:25 am Rosary, 8:00 am Mass- Heidi Noyola (Special Inten.)

Friday: 8:00 am
February 24 - 7:25 am Rosary- 8:00am Mass- Brittany Stattel (Special Inten.)

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About St. Joseph Church - Big Bear Lake, CA

CHOICE
"If you choose you can keep the commandments," Sirach tells us.

God "has set before you fire and water; to whichever you choose,
stretch forth your hand" (Sirach 15:15, 16). This is a great mystery:

God does not control us so completely that we cannot choose our own
path. We have certain boundaries, of course, but no one but we can
choose our way within those boundaries.

In today's reading from Matthew's Gospel, Jesus reminds us of
our freedom and our responsibility for our lives. He calls us to look
beyond the words of the commandments, all the way to their mean-
ing. Look beyond the adultery to the selfishness that poisons our love.
Look beyond the murder to the anger that eats away at our compas-
sion. Look beyond the perjured testimony to the lies and deception
that drive our behavior.

Our vocation is to choose life for ourselves, and to choose a path
through our part of the world that helps make life possible and more abundant for others as well