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Pastors Column

In this Sunday’s Gospel, a key passage often overlooked is the remark made after Jesus asks Philip how they can provide bread for the vast crowd; the evangelist writes, “This he [Jesus] said to test him, for he himself knew what he would do.” (Jn. 6:6).  This passage should be of great hope to us, revealing that in all circumstances Jesus provides and, as His disciples, we are invited to participate in His life and His work of salvation for ourselves, our families, and the world.  A priest once wrote: “If we become discouraged, it is because we are seeking perfection not for God’s glory alone, but for our own satisfaction as well, and also because we would prefer to find security in ourselves rather than rely upon God alone.”  May Philip’s interaction with Jesus strengthen our faith and confidence in the Eucharistic Christ.

Fr. James Yamauchi

Mass Times

  • Saturday 5 pm (English) in the church
  • Sunday 8 and 10 am (English) and 12 pm (Spanish) in the church
  • Monday – no services
  • Tuesday – Thursday 12 pm in the chapel
  • Friday 8 am in the chapel


  • Tuesday thru Thursday 11:30 am before noon Mass @ Chapel
  • Saturday: Starting June 5th 3:30pm to 4:30pm before Mass @ Church
  • Appointment – call the parish office 972.938.1953


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Safe Environment

Volunteers – if the date on your badge has the current month and year – it’s time to renew!

The Diocese of Dallas has created the Safe Environment Program and its requirements for all volunteers must completed before serving with the children, youth and vulnerable adults of the diocese.

Parish Membership

All people of faith are welcome to worship at St. Joseph Catholic Church. We believe that membership in our faith community is signified by completing a parish registration form, participating in the sacramental life of the community and contributing to the support of the parish.

Proof of membership or a letter from your previous parish is required before enrolling children and youth in our faith formation programs.

Contribution envelopes are only printed once a year and distributed in December to members who request them.

Click here Parish Registration Form.

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