You are invited as the newly
Ordained Father Jacob Zemaitis
Will celebrate his first
Mass of Thanksgiving
at Saint Joseph - Wright
Sunday June 4th, at 1:00 PM.
A reception will follow after Mass
in St Joseph’s Hall found in the
basement of the church.
“You have all helped to form me into the priest that I will soon be. I look forward to seeing many of you for these joyful and solemn events!”
Deacon Jacob Zemaitis
The directory will not be
complete without you!
We apologize for any inconvenience caused when the photographer did not show up for the scheduled photo sessions. Those affected have been rescheduled for June 22nd, 23rd, or the 24th. Please check your email or call the office, (616) 215-9181, to verify your date and time.
Because we are employing a different company, photos from the previous directory are not usable. You may drop off, send or email us a picture if you are unable to get a new one done. If you submit your own photo there is a $15 charge. Everyone who gets their photo taken will receive a free 8x10 and a directory. If you have any questions, please contact the parish office.
Directory photos will be taken at the following churches:
There are some changes to the cemetery's rules and regulations to keep in mind.
● Shepard hooks are not allowed on the gravesite.
These are dangerous for the people mowing the lawn.
● Solar lights are allowed in the urn only, not directly in the ground. ● Fences, landscape stones, rocks, gravel or bark are not allowed around the headstone. ● Planting of a tree or shrub directly in the ground is not permitted. ● Burial/casket flowers will be allowed to remain on the gravesite 4 days after burial. After that, they will be removed. If you have any questions, please call the parish office or your cemetery representative: Father Andrew Ayers | Joe Looks-Sexton | Randy Helsen-St. Catherine | Don Crowley-St. Francis Xavier | Charlie Armock-St. Joseph
If you have any of these items, as listed above, in the cemeteries and want to keep them, they must be removed before Memorial Day. If not removed, maintenance workers will dispose of them to a dumpster!
Thank you for helping to keep our cemeteries beautiful and safe!