• St Joseph Church, Black River Falls
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Staff

Office Hours

Hours Tues-Thurs
St Joseph Church
10:00AM to 4:30PM

Friday
St Kevin Church
2:00PM to 5:00PM
(Spring to Fall)

Mass Times

St. Joseph
Saturday 4:00pm
(Confessions 3:30PM)
Sunday 8:00AM (October - March)
10:00AM (April - September)
Tuesday Mass & Adoration
4:00PM
Wednesday - Friday
7:30AM

St. Kevins:
Sunday 10:30am (October - March)
8:00AM (April - September)
Wednesday 9:00AM

Universalis

Tue 19 June

Tuesday of week 11 in Ordinary Time, or Saint Romuald, Abbot

Invitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | Mass(St Romuald (c.951 - 1027))

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Wed 20 June

Wednesday of week 11 in Ordinary TimeInvitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | Mass(Saints Alban, Julius and Aaron)

Veneration of Alban as Protomartyr of Britain depends on a cult of great antiquity at St Alban’s, known during the years of Roman occupation as Verulanium. Bede records in his Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation how, during a persecution by Diocletian, Alban surrendered himself in place of a Christian priest, and so unbaptised by water, attained a baptism of blood. In the same persecution Julius and Aaron, at Caerleon on Usk, are named among others who gave their lives for the faith.(The Irish Martyrs)

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Thu 21 June

Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, ReligiousInvitatory Psalm | Office of Readings | Morning Prayer | Evening Prayer | Night Prayer | MassSt Aloysius Gonzaga (1568 - 1591)

St Aloysius was the eldest son of a Mantuan nobleman, and was intended by his father to be a soldier. Aloysius, on the other hand, had determined to be a missionary, and even to die for his faith. He renounced his birthright in favour of his brother and at the age of 16 became a Jesuit novice in Rome, living the same life of severe austerity and penance that he had followed even when serving in the courts of dukes and princes. In 1591 an epidemic of plague broke out in Rome, and the Jesuits opened a hospital to care for the sick. Aloysius, still a novice, worked hard in the hospital until he himself caught the plague. He did not recover; but, his determination to die for the faith having been fulfilled, died at midnight on the 20th of June with the name of Jesus on his lips.See the article in the Catholic Encyclopaedia.(St John Rigby (1570-1600))

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