As perhaps some of you have heard, Cody has been absent from his duties for several weeks now due to life circumstances.
Recently, I was able to be in touch with him, and he has made the difficult decision to resign effective immediately.
He does wish this were otherwise, and that he could continue here at St. Joseph's. Cody, has truly been a gift to our parish.
Please continue to keep him in your special prayers. We will now begin a search for a new parish organist.
Having made this announcement, I have begun advertising for the new organist position. If you could share the job announcement below with anyone you think would be interested, I would greatly appreciate that. Thanks!
ORGANIST POSITION OPEN AT ST. JOSEPH PARISH, DANVILLE
Saint Joseph Parish, Danville has an immediate need for a new organist. Experience in accompanying at Catholic Masses is preferred. Position requires competent playing of the organ and/or piano at 3 weekend Masses, Masses for Holy Days, and other sacramental and devotional liturgies (such as weddings and funerals). The position also coordinates cantors. Interested parties should submit a letter of interest to Father Timothy Marcoe, pastor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can also be directed to Fr. Marcoe via email or at (570) 275-2512, ext. 2.
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A new speaker series is being offered by the Diocese of Harrisburg. Entitled TRUTH, BEAUTY, AND GOODNESS, virtual presentations will be given on Zoom once per month from October 2020 through June 2021. Presenters from throughout the Diocese of Harrisburg will teach on apologetics, saints, scripture, art, music, Catholic culture, Catholic moral teaching, life issues, prayer and spirituality, etc. The series is intended for all people who are interested in fostering greater knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the Catholic Faith.
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Do you have someone, a situation, or something you would like the Church to pray for? If so, please send your intentions to the parish via email (email@example.com) or regular mail. We will print them out and place them on the altar to be prayed for in our weekly intentions. We hope this is one more way we can remain united with one another spiritually, even though physically we are still separated.
We, the faith community of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church of Danville, are committed to spreading the Kingdom of God through Liturgy, Sacraments, Scripture, and Education. This will inspire us to serve the larger community by bringing the Light of Christ to others through works of justice, mercy, and love.