Following the example set by Jesus, baptism initiates an individual into the Christian community and confers sanctifying grace upon a soul, purifying it with water and sealing it with holy chrism. If you or your child would like to begin your Christian life as part of our community please contact us and let us know.
**Applications can be picked up in the Parish office.**


Let's start by acknowledging that we all sin. Everyone makes mistakes… Jesus established this beautiful sacrament to wash us of our guilt and restore us through his love. Acknowledging our sins before a priest puts us in the presence of Christ himself and allows us to be reconciled to God and to one another no matter the severity of our mistakes. Forgiveness is available to all of us. If you're in need of Christ's forgiveness, please reach out to us and arrange a time to meet with a priest. If you have a child ready for first Reconciliation, let us know.


Listening to Jesus' command to "Do this in remembrance of me," first Communion / Holy Eucharist unites an individual to God and the Catholic faithful through the reception of Our Lord at Mass. The Eucharist brings us into one body and provides the graces to love and serve God and each other more faithfully, fulfilling Jesus' prayer to the Father: "I wish that they might all be one as you and I are one." If you have a child who is ready for first Communion or if you'd like to begin the process to receive Communion, please contact us.

Coordinator: Mrs. Lillian Cervantes 909-629-1404

Orientation for those already registered is as follows:

1st year parents: Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 9am-10:30am in the auditorium

2nd year parents: Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 10:30am-11:30am in the auditorium

Classes begin on(for those who are registered) :
Wednesday, September 5th, 2018 @ 5pm -7pm
and Saturday September 8th, 2018 @ 9am-11am

Faith Formation classes required for all parents will begin on September 10th, 2018 in English @ 7:15pm-8:45pm in our parish Auditorium


Confirmation finishes the rites of initiation started in baptism, sacramentally bringing a candidate into full communion with the Catholic faithful. Like the apostles at Pentecost, Confirmation anoints a person in a special way with the Holy Spirit. In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Confirmation occurs around the age of 15 and generally takes two years of preparation. If your child is ready for Confirmation, or if you haven't been confirmed yet and would like to be, please get in touch with us.


Mondays Please call to check availability
Tuesdays 03:30pm - 09:30pm
Wednesdays Please call to check availability
Thursdays 03:30pm - 09:30pm
Fridays Please call to check availability

Coordinator: Ms. Sylvia Garcia 909-629-1404

2018 Registrations
Sunday July 1st from 9:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday July 8th from 9:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday July 15th from 9:00am to 3:00pm

Documents Needed
Baptismal certificate, 1st Communion certificate
Deposit required at time of registration
$75 for registered parishioners
need your envelope number
$90 for non-registered parishioners

RCIA Program
3 Sacraments documents
needed birth certificate
for additional information
contact Ms. Garcia


Engagement and Marriage is such a blessed time in a couple's life! Just as Jesus blessed the couple at Cana with his presence elevating marriage to a sacrament, he will bless you and your spouse for life through a Catholic marriage. There is a six month process of preparation prior to celebrating a mass here at St. Joseph. Please call the rectory office and leave your information for one of the priest. Please also keep in mind that priority is given to our active and registered parishioners.

Annointing of the Sick

God has established a sacrament for healing in illness (both physical and spiritual) and preparation for death and entrance into new life in heaven. If you or a loved one is sick or dying and would like to receive special sacramental prayers and anointing, please contact us and be assured of our prayers with you and for you in this time.

Holy Orders

God calls all people to serve him through a particular vocation in life, be it marriage, consecration to a particular community as a lay person, or ministry as a priest, deacon, or religious Brother or Sister. If you feel God is calling you to serve as a priest, deacon, or religious, please reach out to our Vocations office at