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Bishop Konderla has promulgated a letter on the worthy reception of the Holy Communion entitled "Lord, I am not worthy." Please read this important statement form our chief shepherd and pray that all may be converted by their encounter with the risen Lord in the Eucharist!

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Sunday, July 25th is the first ever World Day for Grandparents and Elderly! Pope Francis established it beginning this year on the fourth Sunday of July, near the liturgical memorial of Saints Joachim and Anne, the grandparents of Jesus. Bring your grandparents to Mass at St. Joseph's for a speci...

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Freely choosing to come to Mass this Sunday is the best thing we can do for our country!

Beginning today, June 22 the feast of Ss. Thomas More and John Fisher, the USCCB invites Catholics to pray, reflect, and act to promote religious freedom.

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Please remember that the Sunday obligation has been reinstated and all parishioners must return to Sunday Mass in-person. The readings and music for Holy Trinity Sunday Mass at St. Joseph's can be found using the button below:


Ecumenical Prayer Service

May 30, 2021 – May 30, 2021

Diocese of Tulsa to mourn 1921 Race Massacre:
“The prayer service will be a time to acknowledge a grave evil that took place and mourn the lives lost and destroyed as well as a time to celebrate the courage of those people who served as shining lights in that dark time to help the victims." - Bis...

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Remember that all St. Joseph parishioners must return to Mass in-person this Pentecost Sunday! The readings and music for Mass can be found using the button below:



9 months ago
This is a amazing church.And very beautiful!
- Josiah B
3 years ago
The Mural of The Holy Family on the outside of the West Side of the Church is amazing...a must see. The inside of the Church is currently being refurbished and the outcome will be beautiful. A very peaceful and warm place to worship.
- Janet H
3 years ago
Lovely place!
- Kimberley R

Mass Times

Sunday: Confession 8:30am, Mass 9:00am.
Wednesday: Confession 5:45pm, Mass 6:00pm.

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302 North Elm Street
Bristow, OK 74010
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Sun:8:30 – 10:30 AM
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