YearofMercy (2) jpg cropped tight Welcome to our website!    Peace be with you.
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.egypt-vbs-logoJune 27-July 1 – Vacation Bible School There’s still time to register!
VBS Registration Form 2016-02  
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Children's Liturgy of the WordThere will be no Children’s Liturgy of the Word at Mass this weekend (June 25-26) or next weekend (July 02-03).



pleasenoteThere is no daily Mass until Tuesday, July 5th. We encourage you to attend Mass at one of the other parishes in our area; you can read their schedules at this link.



fortnight-for-freedom-logo-colorThe Catholic Church in the United States is observing a Fortnight for Freedom, June 21 through July 4.The Fortnight is a time for prayer, education, and action to support and defend religious freedom in our nation and around the world. Visit our post or read more from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops here.

The Opening Mass was June21 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. You can read Archbishop Lori’s homily here.

Stewardship a way-of-life-colorIn the Stewardship Corner, each week you can follow our Christian Stewardship series and learn what it is and what it isn’t. This column will continue as our parish grows in understanding of Christian Stewardship.Click here for all our Stewardship Resources -including the most recent letter from Father Frazier; the Guide to Parish Ministries; and the Time and Talent brochure and commitment card. 

The Joy of Love 08Apr16Why – and How – We All Need to Read ‘Amoris Laetitia’ – There has been a lot of buzz about Pope Francis’ Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, “The Joy of Love” which came out on April 8.



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about-the-catholic-faith-largeInterested in Becoming Catholic? Want to learn more about your Catholic faith? Dialogue and Donuts is for you!Starting Sunday, July 10, after the 10:30 Mass, join Deacon Greg Rausch at Holy Grounds with your coffee and donut to chat about our faith, ask questions, talk about anything that concerns or confuses you about the Catholic Church and all we believe. Do you feel something missing in your life? Come explore what it means to begin a new life of love, faith, and justice lived in communion with Catholics throughout the world! All are welcome for this time of friendly conversation, camaraderie, and learning.

Country Fair 2015-04 031 (532x800)Saturday, October 15 – Our 22nd Annual Country Fair
Read our first newsletter! 2016 Newsletter Issue#1 26Jun16


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Learn more about Living Our Mission to Be Missionary Disciples




Fr. Stanley Rother-01Have you heard the inspiring story of Father Stanley Rother? Please click here to read about his life and a message from Father Frazier about him.

Here’s a recent TV news story about his life, death, and sainthood cause. (June 2016)
Did you know that there’s a new book out about Fr. Rother?

That under the guidance of Servant of God, Fr. Stanley Rother, we may live out our parish mission and bring the Good News to all we meet.  We pray to the Lord.


St. Joseph-on-Carrollton-Manor new church constructionPlease take a moment to read a message from our parish manager about the parish mortgage. We invite you to support the mortgage fund using Online Giving (see the green button above and to the right>>).Our monthly mortgage fund goal: $11,475 ~ Your gifts in June: $10,754 ~ THANK YOU!
Thank you for your support toward our debt. Please prayerfully consider how you can continue to help. Each week we pass the basket a second time for the mortgage immediately after the first collection.

YearofMercy (2) jpg cropped tightPlease visit our page for resources, links, and more!



Snow squallThe safety of our parish community is of utmost importance, so we’ve adopted an inclement weather policy. Please click the snow squall picture to read it. If you have questions, please contact James Mannarino, parish manager: 301.663.0907×3036 or


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