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    Father Ron......
    Two fish and five loaves, Jesus knew our needs. ....Read More > https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/15066/documents/2021/7/2021-7-25.pdf _self
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    St. Joseph Parish
    Fostering Christ's Love in Our Lives
    With its origins beginning in the village hall of Homewood in 1912, the Parish of Saint Joseph today serves over 1100 families in the south suburbs. 109 years of faith in Homewood.
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    St. Joseph Parish
    Fostering Christ's Love in Our Lives
    With its origins beginning in the village hall of Homewood in 1912, the Parish of Saint Joseph today serves over 1100 families in the south suburbs. 109 years of faith in Homewood.
  •   From Father Ron:  

    July 25, 2021
     
    Two fish and five loaves, Jesus knew our needs. He fed the people of his day in their physical need for food, and he blessed the people of his day in their need for spiritual nourishment.

    For nearly 109 years St. Joseph Parish has been following suit. Countless food collections for the needy, delicious Fish Frys to gather and celebrate parish life as well as to welcome our neighbors to our table. Weekly celebrations of the Sacraments!

    We are a Parish Family that have embraced the Second Vatican Council and not denied it. And from that wonderful hymn that is song often here in our Parish, "All are Welcome in this Place." All are truly Welcome!

    This weekend we extend a special welcome the "Renew Members" as we decern how to strengthen our Catholic presence here in the Southland. May they find out about our creative history , having established three Missions from our Community (St. Anne, St. Emeric and Infant Jesus of Prague). May they see the strength we have in the number of our parishioners and endless opportunities for shared ministries. May they feel our mutual hope for even a greater future.

    Father Ron


     
  • 31st Annual South Suburban Polish Fest Sunday, August 8th, 2021
    2pm - 6pm

     
    Fr. Ron, as Chaplain of the Polish/American Club, invites you to 31st Annual South Suburban Polish Fest! You don't need to be Polish to attend, and there is no charge for admission.  Reas More...>
     
  •  From Father Ted:  

    July 25, 2021

    Thanks for welcoming me to the parish community of St. Joseph.  My name is Fr. Ted Ostrowski.  Almost all of my forty years as an Archdiocesan priest have been spent on the south side of Chicago or the southern suburbs.  For the past twenty nine years I have been the pastor of two different city parishes.
     
    I am a White Sox fan who enjoys the outdoors, reading, and fishing.
     
    I am just beginning a new ministry at Franciscan Health Olympia Fields as a hospital chaplain.  That’s how I have come to live at St. Joseph as a resident priest.
     
    May God bless you with health, peace, and joy,

     
    Fr. Ted
     
     


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