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WEEKEND MASS:
Saturday: 5:00pm & 7:00pm (Spanish)
Sunday: 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:30am,
12:30pm, 5:30pm (Youth)
DAILY MASS:
Monday - Friday: 7:30am & 9:00am
Saturday: 8:00am
FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH: 7:30pm
RECONCILIATION: SAT. 3:30-4:30pm &
6:15-6:45pm
ST JOSEPH CHURCH
837 Tennent Ave. Pinole, CA 94564
PARISH OFFICE - PARISH CENTER
Regular Hours: Mon-Thu: 9:00am-6:30pm,
Fri: 9:00am-5:00pm
(check weekly bulletin for exceptions)
2100 Pear Street - Pinole, CA 94564
510.741.4900 FAX: 510.724.9185
ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL
1961 Plum Street, Pinole, CA 94564
510.724.0242 FAX 510.724.9886
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Mass Readings (Audio)

Mass Readings (Audio)

Daily Readings from the New American Bible

Readings from the official New American Bible and Vatican approved for use in U.S. Catholic parishes.

Today's Saint

Today's Saint

CNA - Saint of the Day

  • Raymond became a priest due to his quiet persistence in prayer and study.   He was born to a noble Spanish family in 1204. His mother died during child birth and his father had high expectations for Raymond to serve in the country’s Royal Court.  However, the young Raymond felt drawn to religious life. In an attempt to dissuade him, his father ordered him to manage one of the family farms. However, Raymond spent his time with the workers, studying, and praying. His father finally gave up and allowed Raymond to enter the Mercederians.   Fr. Raymond spent his entire estate ransoming slaves. He even offered himself as a hostage to free another. He was sentenced to death but was spared because his ransom would bring in a large amount of money.   During his imprisonment, he succeeded at converting some of his guards. To keep him from continuing his preaching, his captors bored a hole through his lips with a hot iron, and attached a padlock. He was eventually ransomed, and he returned to Barcelona in 1239.   That year, he was named a cardinal by Pope Gregory IX.  The following year, in 1240, he was summoned to Rome, but barely made it out of Barcelona before he died at the age of 36.   St. Raymond is the patron saint of pregnant women, childbirth, and newborn infants.

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