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St. Joseph Church at 200 Broadway St., Marseilles, IL 61341 US - Home

Welcome to St. Joseph Parish
200 Broadway, Marseilles, IL.



Masses Saturday: 5:30 PM; Sunday 7:15 and 10:15 AM
Confessions ~ Saturday 5:10 to 5:20PM

Office Hours
Parish Office ~ (815-795-2240)

Admin. Assistant: Rose Rogalla
Tuesday 9-5

email:  stjoetorino@hotmail.com

CCD Office ~ (815-795-2251)

Religious Education Coordinator: Debbie Woodyer
CCD OFFICE HOURS:
Tuesday 9:00AM to Noon
Wednesday 2:00PM to 5:30PM


New Email Sign-In Page

January 2014: Google is replacing its various Google Apps sign-in pages with a single, new Google Apps sign-in page. Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and all other Google Apps services will now have an identical sign-in experience. When users attempt to sign in ...


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A vision of Heaven
As Dale McKay was facing death, he spoke to writer Nancy Schertzing about his feelings and his hopes for heaven. Later, Nancy spoke with Dale's widow, Ellen, who shared the joy of their marriage and the moving experience of Dale's death. Their story is filled with love and hope that speaks to all of us.
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Part 4: How to Be a Dynamic and Evangelizing Parish
Two very different parishes show what it takes to be both energetic and spiritual.
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16th Sun [A] 2014

We live in a strange world, don’t we? So many people begin things with good intentions, wonderful visions, and really want to make things better, both in their own lives and in the lives of others. Marx and Lenin, the fathers of communism, really wanted to make the lives of their countrymen better. We went to war in Vietnam with good intentions. Atomic energy was supposed to make the world a better place. But, as in so many great efforts, things are likely to eventually go wrong.

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First Positive Conclusions Regarding The Holy See Report For The Convention Against Torture
The Committee for the Convention Against Torture (CAT) has released an advance unedited version of its Concluding Observations on the Initial Report of the Holy See. These Observations recognise that the Holy See has made many serious and substantial reforms on its procedures that further ...

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