News & Events

St. Joseph Statue Rests in New Home

St. Joseph Statue placed on Tuesday, March 6th

Last Tuesday, March 6th, our beloved St. Joseph statue was placed in the niche especially designed for it.  The statue now stands in the alcove just to the south of the front entrance, resting in front of a specially-designed water wall where rain water cascades into the ground.  The peaceful and attractive alcove will soon be paved with special commemorative bricks which the Knights of Columbus and Ladies Of Our Parish (LOOP) are selling. (To purchase a brick at $50 each, please contact Alan Stickel, or Michelle Craver at 503-381-2950 or visit the table in the Social Room after the 5:00 pm, 8:30 am and 10:30 am masses on weekends until April 8, 2018.)

St. Joseph Finds a New Home

The statue rests on the lift, ready to be placed Tuesday morning.

St. Joseph Finds a New Home

Lorenzo Nicholson, Justin Grant (son of Grant Construction owner, Mike Grant) and Deacon Mike Caldwell direct placement of statue.

St. Joseph Finds a New Home

David Mastroieni, project manager, contemplates the statue in its new home.

Lettering, St. Joseph The Worker Catholic Church 3.6.18 (640x421)

Our new identifying lettering.