St. Joseph on the Brandywine Church


Below are videos that we would like to share with our parishioners.

You can also view these videos (including previous events) on
our YouTube channel.

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Sunday Mass

Sunday Mass - November 1, 2020 - The Solemnity of All Saints
at St. Joseph on the Brandywine

We are also providing a worship aid (password-protected),
which you can use to follow along the Mass.
Click on this link to view/download the worship aid for the November 1 Mass

Note: password-protecting the worship aid is a requirement placed by OCP,
which is providing the use of the worship aid.

The password was included on the Sunday Mass email for subscribers of
our mailing list as well as displayed at the start of the video (displayed
1 minute into the Mass).

Contact for access to the worship aid.

Sunday Mass - October 25, 2020 - 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
at St. Joseph on the Brandywine

We are also providing a worship aid (password-protected),
which you can use to follow along the Mass.
Click on this link to view/download the worship aid for the October 25 Mass

St. Joseph on the Brandywine Youth Choir

A Special Thank You To Mrs. Eva Lyons, our former DRE

"The Prayer" by Carole Bayer Sager and David Foster
St. Joseph on the Brandywine Youth Choir
Dr. Michael Marinelli, accompanist
Mary Ellen Schauber, Director

"We are an Easter People"

SJOB Youth Choir sing "We are an Easter People".
Dr. Michael Marinelli recorded the piano accompaniment
in the background.

The four siblings, Caroline, Annie, Katie and Megan, have attended
choir rehearsals via Zoom to prepare the anthem.

"Jesus Christ is Risen Today"

SJOB Youth Choir sing "Jesus Christ is Risen Today" with recorded
organ accompaniment provided by Dr. Michael Marinelli.

Happy Easter to all of our parishioners!

Other Videos

Marian Devotions
at St. Joseph on the Brandywine

The Catholic Church, during the month of October, has traditionally highlighted
devotions to Mary, the Mother of God, as Our Lady of the Rosary. This feast is
celebrated on October 7. Throughout the month, Catholics are encouraged to
pray the rosary and reflect on the messages that the Blessed Mother has given to
the world through her many apparitions, in addition to the Gospel accounts of
her exemplary life on earth.

This Marian Meditation includes images of various apparitions of the
Blessed Mother over the years, in addition to other images of her that depict
the many titles and virtues attributed to her. The musical selections are:

Ave Maria by Harry Wheaton Howard was written in 1934. Howard was
for many yearsthe organist at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the
Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.

Lady of Knock was written in 1981 by Irish singer Dana Rosemary Scallon.
The song tells of the story of Knock in County Mayo, Ireland, where there was
an apparition of the Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph and St. John the Evangelist at
the south gable of Knock Parish Church in 1879.

Mother, At Your Feet Is Kneeling, published in 1919 by Sister S.C.,
has been used at many Catholic weddings in the 20th century, particularly
as the custom of the bride leaving her bridal bouquet or a separate floral
tribute as she offered a prayer before the statue of the Blessed Mother
in the Church before the end of the wedding liturgy.

O Sanctissima (O most holy) was first published in London in 1792;
however, there is no original source or date that has been confirmed.
The tune, "Sicilian Mariners Hymn," refers to the seafarers' evening prayer
to Mary as their maternal protector.

Please enjoy this parish Marian Devotion as together we all seek to honor
our Blessed Mother and ask for her intercession as well as her tender love
and care for us.

Ecumenical Service of Justice
Saturday, June 13th

This weekend, Lower Brandywine Presbyterian Church invites us of Hamorton UMC,
St. Joseph on the Brandywine Catholic Church, Episcopal Church of the Advent,
Green Hill Presbyterian Church, and Willowdale Chapel to worship together and
meditate on current events.

St. Joseph on the Brandywine Parish Gratitude Parade
Saturday, May 30th

Thanks to all our Parish friends who brought the well wishes to
Monsignor Rebman, Father Evers and Dr. Michael Marinelli.
We appreciate these Spiritual men who bring our Mass to us each week!

Parish Family Rosary - The Glorious Mysteries
at St. Joseph on the Brandywine

Please enjoy our Parish Family Rosary, our latest video feature from
St. Joseph on the Brandywine Parish. May is the month when we pay
special honor to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God and our own Mother.

The Catholic Church teaches and encourages us to look to Mary as a powerful
intercessor, helping to gain for us the graces we need from our Lord Jesus Christ
and overcome the evil of our day. Intercessory prayer is powerful and can change
our lives and change the world around us for the better.

And so please join the Shaposky, Davies, Russell, Bidic, and Johnson Families
from our church as they lead us in the holy rosary and keep us united as a
parish family under the protection and love of our Blessed Mother this May.

For more ideas to help your family celebrate Mary at home during May,
please click here for a resource from Look to Him and be Radiant.

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