Parish Resources

This is the resource page for St. Joseph Church. As we are always adding to our resources, feel free to Contact Us if you have anything you would like to see added and how we can further support your faith development.

Click Diocesan Resources to be redirected to the Diocese of St. Catharines page for other helpful resources

During this season of Lent, consider journeying through with our bishop, Bishop Bergie. Click here to see the video series in partnership with the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.


Our parish is happy to have paid for an annual subscription for all parishioners and friends of St. Joseph to –

FORMED is like Netflix for the Catholic Church – there are many awesome Catholic resources for adults, teens, children, families and the like for all ages.  This resource will help everyone deepen their faith, watch quality programming and also to pray.  It is FREE for all parishioners of St. Joseph – all you need is an email to log in.  Here are the easy steps to log in.

  • Visit
  • Click Sign up
  • Click – I belong to a parish or organization
  • Type St Joseph Grimsby – in the “find your parish or organization” box and click on our parish name once it populates
  • Click Next
  • Add your name and email address – then click sign up
  • Enjoy FORMED

Bible in a Year (Podcast)

Have you ever thought about reading the bible but didn’t really have a plan or didn’t know what it would like? Have you thought about increasing your relationship with God through the holy scriptures? Fr. Mike Schmitz, a dynamic and engaging priest from the Archdiocese of Minnesota, has committed to a Bible in a Year podcast that comes with a reading plan if you wish to read along as well. Each day has two or three scripture readings as well as a reflection on those readings to help guide your understanding. Starting January 1 of 2021, all of episodes that have passed are currently available for you to listen to at your own pace. Great for car rides to work or quiet time at the end of the day, they range in length from 17-25 minutes so that all can follow along. Consider this resource no matter the liturgical season!

Praying the Rosary with Children

Rosary Introduction (One Decade)
Setting up a prayer space
Things to remember when praying
Glorious Mysteries
Sunday and Wednesday
Joyful Mysteries
Monday and Saturday
Luminous Mysteries
Sorrowful Mysteries
Tuesday and Friday

Teaching Mass

We are excited to announce that we will soon be putting together a teaching mass to help you better understand all parts of the mass! In the meantime, please use your WildGoose subscription and check out the amazing videos they have produced to describe what a truly amazing gift the Holy Mass is.