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Our Catholic Faith is what we believe and how we live that belief.  For 2,000 years, this Catholic faith has been handed down from one generation to the next, starting with Jesus Christ to the apostles.  In our own lives, we may receive that faith from our parents, from friends, or even a stranger we meet.

Prayer is the primary focus for our school.  As a school community, St. Joseph's Catholic School students begin each day in prayer.  Students attend Mass once a week on Tuesday mornings as a class.

Each month, our school community joins together to celebrate the Eucharist as well as the students living rosary, Eucharistic Adoration and church choir.

Living as a Catholic includes many wonderful beliefs, practices and devotions.  There are even more than we can list here.  But we hope to provide you with a brief inside glimpse of what we believe and how we live that belief.

We hope this resource will be valuable to both interested non-Catholics as well as all those who are already Catholic who might be looking to deepen the practice of their faith.

To learn about what we believe as Catholics, you will want to start with reading What Do Catholics believe?  And if you would like to learn more specifically about the seven scaraments, visit the Sacraments section on our parishs' website.

 

 

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Our Catholic Faith is what we believe and how we live that belief.  For 2,000 years, this Catholic faith has been handed down from one generation to the next, starting with Jesus Christ to the apostles.  In our own lives, we may receive that faith from our parents, from friends, or even a stanger we meet.

Prayer is the primary focus for our school.  As a school community, St. Joseph's Catholic School students begin each day in prayer.  Students attend Mass once a week on Tuesday mornings as a class.

Each month, our school community joins together to celebrate the Eucharist as well as the students living rosary, Eucharistic Adoration and church choir.

Living as a Catholic includes many wonderful beliefs, practices and devotions.  There are even more than we can list here.  But we hope to provide you with a brief inside glimpse of what we believe and how we live that belief.

We hope this resource will be valuable to both interested non-Catholics as well as all those who are already Catholic who might be looking to deepen the practice of their faith.

To learn about what we believe as Catholics, you will want to start with reading What Do Catholics believe?  And if you would like to learn more specifically about the seven scaraments, visit the Sacraments section on our parishs' website.

 

 

Side Bar 

Our Catholic Faith is what we believe and how we live that belief.  For 2,000 years, this Catholic faith has been handed down from one generation to the next, starting with Jesus Christ to the apostles.  In our own lives, we may receive that faith from our parents, from friends, or even a stanger we meet.

Prayer is the primary focus for our school.  As a school community, St. Joseph's Catholic School students begin each day in prayer.  Students attend Mass once a week on Tuesday mornings as a class.

Each month, our school community joins together to celebrate the Eucharist as well as the students living rosary, Eucharistic Adoration and church choir.

Living as a Catholic includes many wonderful beliefs, practices and devotions.  There are even more than we can list here.  But we hope to provide you with a brief inside glimpse of what we believe and how we live that belief.

We hope this resource will be valuable to both interested non-Catholics as well as all those who are already Catholic who might be looking to deepen the practice of their faith.

To learn about what we believe as Catholics, you will want to start with reading What Do Catholics believe?  And if you would like to learn more specifically about the seven scaraments, visit the Sacraments section on our parishs' website.

 

 

Side Bar 

Our Catholic Faith is what we believe and how we live that belief.  For 2,000 years, this Catholic faith has been handed down from one generation to the next, starting with Jesus Christ to the apostles.  In our own lives, we may receive that faith from our parents, from friends, or even a stanger we meet.

Prayer is the primary focus for our school.  As a school community, St. Joseph's Catholic School students begin each day in prayer.  Students attend Mass once a week on Tuesday mornings as a class.

Each month, our school community joins together to celebrate the Eucharist as well as the students living rosary, Eucharistic Adoration and church choir.

Living as a Catholic includes many wonderful beliefs, practices and devotions.  There are even more than we can list here.  But we hope to provide you with a brief inside glimpse of what we believe and how we live that belief.

We hope this resource will be valuable to both interested non-Catholics as well as all those who are already Catholic who might be looking to deepen the practice of their faith.

To learn about what we believe as Catholics, you will want to start with reading What Do Catholics believe?  And if you would like to learn more specifically about the seven scaraments, visit the Sacraments section on our parishs' website.