Mass Times
& Confession

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles

Sunday Mass

Vigil | Saturday, 7:00 pm
Sunday | 9:00 am

Daily Mass

Wednesday | 12:00 pm
Thursday | 8:30 am


Sundays | 8:00 – 8:45 am
Wednesdays | 11:30 – 11:55 am
Confessions are heard in the church.

Eucharistic Adoration

Wednesdays | After daily Mass till 3:30 pm.

St. Joseph | Sequim

Sunday Mass

Vigil | Sat. 4:00 pm
Sunday | 11:30 am

Daily Mass

Friday | 8:30 am
Saturday | 9:00 am


Saturdays | 3:00 – 3:45  pm
Fridays | 8:00 am – 8:25 am
No confession on First Friday of each month. Confessions are heard in the church.

Eucharistic Adoration

Fridays | After daily Mass till 3:30 pm.

St. Anne | Forks

Sunday Mass

Vigil (español) | Sat. 6:00 pm
Sunday | 8:30 am

Daily Mass

Wednesday | 5:30 pm
Thursday | 12:05 pm
Friday | 12:05 pm


Saturdays | 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Confessions are heard in the church.

Eucharistic Adoration

Fridays | After daily Mass till 2:30 pm

St. Thomas | Clallam Bay

Sunday Mass

Sunday | 11:00 am


Sundays | 10:30 am – 10:50 am
Confessions are heard in the church.

& Office Hours

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles

Office Hours

Monday | 9:00 am 3:30 pm
Tuesday | 9:00 am3:30 pm
Wednesday | 9:00 am 3:30 pm
Thursday | 9:00 am3:30 pm
Friday | 9:00 am3:30 pm

209 W. 11th St.
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 452-2351
Fax: (360) 452-1447

Click here for directions.

St. Joseph | Sequim

Office Hours

M, W, F | 9:00 am 2:00 pm

121 E. Maple St.
Sequim, WA 98382
Phone: (360) 683-6076
Fax: (360) 683-4674

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St. Anne | Forks

Office Hours

Wednesday | 9:00 am 3:00 pm
Thursday | 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Friday | 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday | by appointment

Physical: 511 5th Ave.
Mailing: PO Box 2359
Forks, WA 98331
Phone: (360) 374-9184
After hours, call: (360) 452-2351

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St. Thomas | Clallam Bay

Office Hours

No office. Church address noted below for those wishing to attend Sunday Mass.

52 Pioneer St.
Clallam Bay, WA
Phone: (360) 374-9184
After hours, call: (360) 452-2351

Click here for directions.

Mass Schedule Updates & Announcements

Funeral Mass

St. Joseph | In Memory of Monty Sampson | 11:00 am, Friday, Feb. 23 | Rosary @ 10:30 am; reception to follow Mass. Adoration cancelled.

Lent 2024

Lenten Fasting & Abstinence

Catholics practice fasting and abstinence during the season of Lent in remembrance of Jesus’ suffering and in anticipation of the joy of Easter.

Together with increased prayer and works of charity, fasting is a way to help make Lent a fruitful time of purification and refocus, leading to a deeper intimacy with and tender dependency upon God.

The minimum requirements for all Catholics are:

  • FAST on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.
  • ABSTINENCE every Friday during Lent AND on above fast days.

To fast means consuming one meal, meatless. Two smaller meals which together do not equal a full meal may be included.

Abstinence means refraining from all flesh meats including beef, poultry, pork, and other mammals. Seafood, eggs, and dairy are permissible.


Those outside the age requirements, those physically, mentally, or chronically ill, and pregnant or nursing mothers are excused. Those so afflicted are encouraged to choose a different sacrifice to foster spiritual growth during this season.

Liturgy of the Hours

Before each Mass during Lent, the Lay Carmelites will lead the Liturgy of the Hours, the time-honored communal prayer of the Church.

  • ALL20 min. before each Mass


Join us in strewing roses before our Lady’s feet before each Mass during Lent, and during the week:

  • ALL45 min. before each Mass
  • QA | Fridays @ 2:30 pm
  • SJ | Fridays @ 2:30 pm

Chaplet of Divine Mercy

St. Faustina’s beautiful prayer is focused on the mercy of Jesus, and intercession for the sins of the whole world.

  • QA | Fridays @ 3:00 pm
  • SJ | Fridays @ 3:00 pm

Stations of the Cross

A prayerful reflection on Jesus’ Passion and Crucifixion will be offered each Friday in Lent.

Soup suppers to follow at 6:00 pm at both QA & SJ.

Please check bulletin for details.

  • QA | Fridays @ 5:30 pm
  • SJ | Fridays @ 5:30 pm
  • SA | Fridays @ 5:00 pm


Come spend some time with Jesus in the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Adoration.

If a funeral is scheduled on Friday at SJ, Adoration is canceled. Please see the bulletin or RED Announcements box at the top of this page for funeral announcements.

  • QA | Thurs, ~9:15 am-2:00 pm
  • SJ | Tues, 6:00-7:00 pm
    & Fri, ~9:15 am – 3:20 pm
  • SA | Fri, 12:45-3:00 pm

+ Holy Week +

March 28-29, 2024


Holy Thursday

St. Joseph | Sequim 6:00 pm

Good Friday

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles 6:00 pm

+ Easter Sunday +

March 30-31, 2024


Easter Vigil

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles 8:30 pm

Easter Sunday

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles| Port Angeles 9:00 am


St. Joseph | Sequim 11:30 am
current events

QA | Family Faith Formation

Free Lenten Devotional Series

Respected Drs. Scott Hahn and John Bergsma have released a new video devotional series this year called “Out of Exile.” Spend your 40-day journey through the desert with Jesus with these seasoned travelers by your side.

Each day of Lent, spend ten minutes with Dr. Bergsma as he reads and reflects on one chapter of the Book of Exodus and then gives you a daily challenge to complete. Once a week, join Scott Hahn as he delivers an inspiring series of 8 talks based on his new book Catholics in Exile – filmed with a live audience at the new St. Paul Center headquarters.

This program is completely free. The St. Paul center is offering free access to all of their other online resources during Lent this year, as well.

Click below to watch the trailer, learn more about the program, and sign up today.

Special Announcements

St. Joseph Confirmation Class Fundraiser

Laundry Pod BINGO!

Sunday, March 10

Come help our Confirmandi serve the Serenity House of Clallam County!

Join us after the 11:30 am Mass: free admission, free bingo card, free lunch (and dessert!). Five straight-line bingo games will win prizes, and one cover-all game wins a grand prize of a $50 gift certificate to the Oak Table restaurant in Sequim. This is not a gambling event; there will be no cash prizes.

Participants are humbly requested to donate the largest package of laundry pods possible, or make a cash donation (which will be used to purchase laundry pods). Laundry pod donations will be welcomed in a box in the narthex beginning Mar. 2 through Mar. 17.

Please contact Dcn. Dan Powers for more info.

A word from Sharon Maggard, Executive Director, Serenity House of Clallam County

“Serenity House of Clallam County appreciates the churches’ help with providing laundry pods. Our shelter provides a place to stay for 110 to 120 community members per day and served 639 community members in 2023.  We provide free use of a washer and dryer at our site from 8:00 AM and to 11:00 PM daily.  This laundry is used by 15 to 20 guests per day or between 5,475 to 7,300 loads of laundry per year.

Having clean laundry is the most difficult task when a person is homeless with no money. Many laundry facilities require a credit card or a phone application payment or at least six dollars to do laundry. Most of these requirements the homeless do not have.

Serenity House of Clallam County understands that shower and clean clothes can change a day or attitude, correct a health condition, or help with being employed. As a community, this free service from our agency with your support is crucial to those who live homeless. Thank you.”

Did you know?

In Tanzania, children born with a disability are often kept locked up in homes, hidden away from public. It is a common belief that a child with a disability is cursed – or that his or her family did something wrong and are being punished by evil spirits or God. Because of this, many fathers and family members will abandon their wife and child upon the birth of a baby with a disability – leaving a woman to support herself and her children.

Most children with disabilities are not allowed to attend government schools.

Support Huruma School

local missionaries serve Tanzanian children

St. Joseph parishioner Anna Johnson is currently serving as a Maryknoll Lay Missioner with her husband, Kyle, and three children in Mwanza, Tanzania on a multi-year mission.

Maryknoll, a Catholic non-profit mission movement, has been the heart and hands of the U.S. Catholic Church’s overseas mission work for more than 100 years. Anna currently ministers as a nurse at Huruma Special Education Unit. “Huruma” means compassion in Swahili. This school was founded in 2004 by another Maryknoll Lay Missioner, Bertha Haas. It currently serves over 65 children with disabilities.

Huruma School offers these children a chance to learn, receive basic medical care and physical therapy, and eat simple but nutritious meals 4 times/week. For many of these children and their families – Huruma literally changes their life from being invisible and neglected – to being seen and cared for.

Huruma School runs 100% on donations – the majority of these coming from Catholic Churches in the Northwest where founder Bertha Haas currently resides. 100% of your donation goes to support Huruma School (no overhead or administrative costs as we are run by an all-volunteer team).

Support Our Work

If you are interested in supporting Huruma School – please direct 501c3 tax-deductible donations directly to Bertha Haas.

Checks should be made out to:

Huruma Chapter KILEO
PO Box 224
Cornelius, OR 97113

In the memo line please write tax ID #61-1599534.

Visit their website at to read more about Kileo and other projects they support in Tanzania.

2024 Budget
Huruma School

  • Teacher Trainings and Workshops- $600
  • Classroom Supplies- $1700
  • Teacher/Staff Salaries (17 total)- $27,000
  • Kitchen Supplies/Cooking Needs- $4200
  • Fuel/Maintenance for School Bus- $1600
  • Infrastructure Maintenance & Repairs- $3000
  • Field Trips/Work Skills/Vocational Training- $1700
  • Games/Toys for Students- $200
  • New Uniforms (for parents that cannot afford them)- $350
  • Office Supplies/Internet/Electric Bills- $625
  • Medical (seizure clinics, medicine assistance, etc.)- $1050
  • Misc Activities- $1000

Huruma runs off a budget of around $40,000 each year.

Save the Date

Healing Retreat | Mar. 15-17, 2024

47th Annual St. Joseph Healing Retreat


Come join retreat master Fr. Cal Christiansen, along with Fr. David Jimenez and Fr. Paul Brunet, for a retreat at beautiful Fort Warden State Park in Port Townsend, WA.

Take time away with Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration and healing prayer. Our themes are “Awake, O Sleeper, Arise from the Dead” (Eph. 5:14) and “Behold, the Lamb of God” (Jn. 1:29).

For an all-inclusive stay, the rate is $325, or for the commuter rate, $100. Registration closes Feb. 15, 2024.

For more info, contact Kathy Moore at (360) 353-8598, or click below to register.

Healing Retreat  | Port Townsend | Mar. 15-17, 2024

Ongoing Events

First Friday & Saturday Devotions

Join us for First Friday Devotions each month to pray as a community and begin to live the grace of the Twelve Promises of the Sacred Heart to St. Margaret Mary Alocoque.

First Friday morning begins with the novena, followed by Mass and Investiture of the Red Scapular for those signed up. Later that evening, there is Taizé Prayer and Eucharistic Adoration.

The location alternates between Queen of Angels and St. Joseph churches every other month. To volunteer to help, please call the parish office.

First Friday Services

Friday, Mar. 1

St. Joseph | Sequim

8:00 AM | Novena
8:30 AM
| Mass with Investiture in the Red Scapular
6:00 PM | Taizé Prayer and Eucharistic Adoration
Taize CANCELLED for March

Click the button below to read more about–and sign up for–Investiture in the Red Scapular.

First Saturday Healing Mass

Saturday, Mar. 2

St. Joseph | Sequim

8:30 AM | Rosary (Marian Procession suspended for winter)
9:00 AM | Mass, followed by Communal Anointing

Our First Saturday Healing Mass is for all in need of healing. We can all use healing, be it spiritual, physical or mental. Please join us at 8:30 am for a rosary, followed by 9:00 am Mass. The communal anointing will take place after the homily.

Investiture of the Red Scapular

We are grateful to announce that we are the top Google result for “Red Scapular Investiture”! This devotion is very dear to Fr. Randy’s heart, and it brings him great joy to share this devotion with our brothers and sisters throughout the world.

If you would like to help support this work by helping to cover the cost of mailing the blessed scapulars internationally, please send donations to the church office at 209 W. 11th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362. Make checks out to Queen of Angels Parish; please note ‘For Red Scapulars’ in the memo line. Thank you for your generosity!

SJ | Tues. Evening Adoration in Lent

Longing to spend time with Jesus in the Eucharist? Come spend an evening holy hour with our Lord on Tuesdays at St. Joseph.

SJ | Eucharistic Adoration | Every Tuesday in Lent @ 6-7pm

QA | Thursday Adoration in Lent

A special opportunity this Lent. Beginning after the 8:30 am Mass (or Communion Service) on Thursday mornings and continuing until 2:00 pm, the Blessed Sacrament will be exposed for Adoration in the sanctuary at Queen of Angels.

QA | Eucharistic Adoration | After morning Mass (approx. 9:15-9:30 am) till 2:00 pm, Thursdays in Lent

Prayers for the Departed

Queen of Angels & St. Joseph Purgatorial Society

Click here to submit names of your loved ones for prayers at First Friday Masses, or to join our parishes’ prayer apostolate, the Purgatorial Society.

Queen of Angels School

Queen of Angels Catholic School

Port Angeles, WA

Click the button on the right to download the school’s weekly newsletter. Check back often for updates on events and opportunities to support our school.

Archdiocese News

Partners in the Gospel UPDATES

Partners in the Gospel is a strategic pastoral planning effort taking place across the Archdiocese of Seattle to re-invigorate and renew our local Catholic Church. The Archdiocese continues their work to communicate and address the urgent need for change.

Our Parish Family

  • Our parish family will include St. Joseph in Sequim; St. Anne in Forks, St. Thomas the Apostle Mission in Clallam Bay, St. Mary Star of the Sea in Port Townsend, and Queen of Angels in Port Angeles.
  • This new family will go into effect on July 1, 2024.
  • Over the next three years, the five churches will come together to eventually become one canonical parish.
  • This does not mean just one church building or campus.
  • The pastor and parochial vicars for this parish family will be announced later this spring, and they will begin July 1.
  • Currently, the plan is for one pastor and two parochial vicars.
  • Once the new pastor is in place he will work in consultation with the Archdiocese on any changes to Mass times, councils, services, staffing etc. This does not mean that there will be changes.
  • The Archdiocese will provide a “new parish family liaison” to help with the transition.

What parishioners can do

  • Continue to pray for this renewal effort, and specifically pray for the members of our new parish family. Look to what role you can play in making our new parish family succeed. We have prayer cards in the church and office for you to take home.
  • Lastly, please stay engaged:
    • Sign up for the Partners in the Gospel UPDATE newsletter (scroll to the bottom of that page to sign up).
    • Read Northwest Catholic magazine (registered parishioners receive this subscription for free; you can also read online)
    • Participate in upcoming prayer and fellowship opportunities.
    • If you have questions or comments about this process, please visit the Partners in the Gospel website – Check here and in the bulletin for updates on our parish family, or contact our office with questions or comments:(360)457-2351 or email

Important Dates

  • Feb. 3-4: Final parish family plan released.
  • July 2024: Parish families, under the leadership of one pastor, will begin.

Called to Serve as Christ Campaign

Begun in 2019, this campaigns funds retirement and medical needs of priests and women religious, and supports individual parishes in our Archdiocese. Starting in Oct. 2020, a three-year pledge period began. Each parish will receive a share of funds donated.

Thank you so much for your generosity! With their share, Queen of Angels will upgrade the school heating; St. Joseph will make needed remodels to the rectory. Click the button below to learn more or add your pledge today!

Your Vote Matters!

Click the link below to access the current WA State Catholic Conference’s Advocacy Bulletin, and keep abreast of current legislative activity in our state. You may also sign up to have the bulletin emailed to you as it is released during legislative sessions throughout the year.

Archbishop Etienne's Annual Letter

Click the link below to read our archbishop’s annual pastoral letter. In it, he reflects on 2023 and shares what he is looking forward to in the coming year.

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Mass Schedule Changes This Week

Our local Coast Guard station has requested the presence of Fr. Randy Guarino for a "Change in Command" observance. Therefore:

  • Queen of Angels | MASS CANCELLED Wed. June 28, 12:00 pm