Come, let us adore Him.

You are invited.

Your name is on the guest list. A place is set for you at table. A lamp flickers to guide your way.
Come; see what the Lord has in store for you. You are more than simply ‘welcome’ here.
You’ve been invited.

Mass Times
& Confession

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles


Sun. | 11:00 am & 3:00 pm

Daily Masses

Wed. | Noon
Thu. | 8:30 am


Wed. | 11:30 – 11:55 am
Sun. | 1:45–2:45 pm

24-hr. private Adoration Chapel available to registered parishioners; please contact us for more info.

St. Joseph | Sequim


Sat. | 5:00 pm (Vigil)
Sun. | 8:30 am

Daily Masses

Fri. | 8:30 am (Eucharistic Adoration immediately follows, ending with Benediction at 3:30 pm)
Sat. | 9:00 am


Fri. | 8:00–8:25 am
| 3:30–4:30 pm

& Office Hours

Queen of Angels | Port Angeles

Office Hours

Mon.-Fri. | 9:00 am – 4:00 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-Th. | 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Fri. | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

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

Click here for directions.

Questions about the Faith?

Does God exist? If He does, what does that mean in my life? Why Catholic? What does the Church teach? Here are just a few resources to get you started. Or, learn more locally at one of our parishes.

Why Catholic? |
Questions about Catholicism |
Answers & Resources | Coming Home Network
Catholic Answers |
Church Teaching | EWTN
What We Believe | USCCB

Want to Go Deeper?

The riches of our Ancient Faith nourish us for a lifetime, and prepare us for the life to come. Learn more about the Word of God, as revealed in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition, and as exemplified in the lives of the Saints.

Ours is a hands-on faith; we also learn by doing. Register as a parishioner now, or find out how you can get more involved by serving at Mass, in your local parish, and in our communities.

Thinking of Returning?

No matter how long you have been away, and no matter for what reason, He waits for you with open arms. Learn more in the links below, or at our seasonal Catholics Coming Home program, for baptised and confirmed Catholics who have been away for a time and aren’t sure where to start.

Five Reasons to Return Home | Catholics Come Home
How to Come Home After Hurt | Catholics Come Home

Current Events

What's happening in the next week or two?

Christmas Social | Dec. 12

We invite all women of the parish to our annual Christmas social coming up this week. Please come and join in the festivities and bring along a guest from the parish. We will have games, prizes and music, which always leads to loads of fun. Potluck sign-ups have been done, but don’t worry if you did not get signed up—there is always more than enough to go around. Just come and enjoy the fellowship. Hope to see you there.

SJ | Thursday, Dec. 12 | Parish Hall  10:00 am

Advent Darkness | Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22

Sunday evenings during Advent, both parishes will hold candlelight meditations in the church. We invite you to join us as we reflect prayerfully on the Mystery of the Incarnation in watchful anticipation and quiet hope.   

O God, who sees how your people
faithfully await the feast of the Lord’s Nativity,
enable us, we pray,
to attain the joys of so great a salvation,
and to celebrate them always
with solemn worship and glad rejoicing.

Collect, 3rd Sunday of Advent

QA / SJ | Sundays, Dec 1, 8, 15, & 22 | Church 5:00 pm

Advent Devotions | Lay Carmelites

Liturgy of the Hours | Morning or Evening Prayer

Beginning on Dec. 1, the First Sunday of Advent, we will pray part of the Divine Office for the day starting 20 minutes before each Mass, after the Rosary. The Morning or Evening Prayer, depending on the time of day, will be led by our local Lay Carmelites.

Booklets including these prayers for your use will be available in the narthex (foyer area). Please remember to return booklets to their baskets after Mass.

QA / SJ | Dec. 1-24 | 20 min. before each Mass

St. Francis Guild | Christmas Gift Bags | Dec. 8 deadline

Bless a child in need this Christmas!

St Francis Guild is collecting small items for TLC Christmas Bags for teens, boys and girls. We are collecting:

  • combs/brushes
  • deodorant
  • small shampoos/soaps
  • small games & gift items (such as cards,  gloves etc.)

Please drop off contributions in the St. Anne Room or bring them to the day of Advent Reflection on Dec 3.

QA | Deadline for donations: Sun, Dec. 8

Women's Advent Day of Reflection | Dec. 3

Advent Day of Reflection

All women are invited to join us at the St. Francis Guild’s annual Day of Reflection for fellowship, fun, and spiritual renewal as we prepare for Christmas. Our guest speaker, Dcn. Dan Powers, will give a talk on “Keeping Christ in Christmas”. Lunch will be provided.

QA | Advent Day of Reflection | St. Anne Rm. Tues, Dec. 3

EPIC | 20-wk Study | Begins Dec 5

Join us for a 20-week bible study program on Thursdays at 2:00 pm with Fr. Leonardo at St. Joseph, beginning Thursday, Dec. 5. This study begins in Advent and take us all the way through Lent. Explore the history of the Church as you’ve never seen it before. Each session opens with a gripping video presentation, followed by group discussion.

Accompanying study materials may be purchased here at Ascension Press for $29.95. Order early to be prepared for the journey!

Coffee and tea provided.

SJ | Thursday, Dec. 5 | Parish Hall  2:00 pm

SJ | Thursday, Dec. 12 | Parish Hall  2:00 pm

SJ | Thursday, Dec. 19 | Parish Hall  2:00 pm


RCIA | Sponsors Needed

So far at Queen of Angels, we have eleven people on track to join the catechumenate in December, and they are in need of sponsors.

If you are an adult Catholic who has completed Confirmation, please prayerfully consider serving as a sponsor this year. 

Sponsors play an important role as friend and ally during the RCIA process. A sponsor might invite a catechumen to Mass, take them out to tea, invite them to Coffee Hour, introduce them to other parishioners, help to answer questions they might have (or refer them to the priest for more complicated topics), attend RCIA meetings with them, and generally extend the Love of Christ and His Church to them, wherever they are at.

Please contact the parish office if you feel a tug on your heart and would like to serve Christ and others in this way.

Learn more:

QA | Wednesdays, 6:00 pm | St. Benedict Rm.

SJ | Tuesdays, 6:00 pm | Parish Hall

SJ Advent Retreat | Dec. 7

More Hush, Less Rush

Mark your calendars for an Advent Retreat at St. Joseph Parish on Saturday, Dec. 7. Hosted by Deacon Dan Powers, this all-day retreat will help you slow down and get the most out of this season of quiet anticipation of the Nativity of Christ, our Lord.

A continental breakfast will be provided. Please bring a sack lunch.

SJ | Sat., Dec. 7 | 9:30 am – 4:15 pm

Queen of Angels | 12-wk. Study

The Wild Goose: The Role of the Holy Spirit

Join us for a 12-week program, hosted by the Evangelization Commission team and fellow parishioners. All are welcome! Light refreshments provided.

Come experience this dynamic video series by Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR. This series will lead you on an unforgettable journey around the world and into the very heart of God. Discover the immense power and beauty of the unconditional love of God that is the Holy Spirit, and how this power can transform your everyday life.

QA | Saturdays, starting Sept. 28 | 1:00-2:30 pm | St. Benedict Rm 

Save the Date

What's on the horizon over the next few weeks & months?

Las Mañanitas | Dec. 12

Serenade to Our Lady of Guadalupe

On the eve of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Catholics all across Mexico and from across the world make pilgrimage to see the blessed icon at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City. At midnight, singers and mariachi groups sing “Las Mañanitas” (the “Happy Birthday” song) and other songs of honor to the Mother of God.

Join us for our own simple version of this traditional celebration at St. Joseph parish.

SJ | Thursday, Dec. 12 | Church 6:00 am

QA School Daddy-Daughter Dance | Dec. 14


Queen of Angels Catholic School

Join us for the annual Daddy-Daughter Dance (or Grandpa, Uncle, etc.), at the Vern Burton Community Center on Saturday, Dec. 14th. Doors open at 5:30 pm(daughters 18yrs. and under, please)

Tickets are $25 per couple with $5 for each extra daughter and are available at the school office, or at

QA | Saturday, Dec. 14 | Vern Burton Community Center 5:30 pm

Simbang Gabi | Dec. 15

Traditional Filipino Mass & Reception

Join us for a celebration in anticipation of Christmas, followed by a festive reception with traditional Filipino holiday food in the gym.

QA | Sunday, Dec. 15 | Church 3:00 pm

QA School Christmas Program | Dec. 19


Queen of Angels Catholic School

The School will be holding their annual Christmas event in the gym.

QA | Thursday, Dec. 19 | Gym 6:30 pm

Queen of Angels

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

St. Joseph Parish

121 E. Maple St.
Sequim, WA 98382
(360) 683-6076

October is Respect Life Month!

Respect Life Group | Queen of Angels

We have a few things planned for this month, beginning with our regular meeting, the first Monday of each month. All are welcome to attend--please consider joining us!

Baby Bottle Fundraiser

Our Baby Bottle Fundraiser is also in progress this month. Pick up your baby bottle after any Mass this weekend, and collect change to support life in our community.

Respect Life Movie Night

We will have a Movie Night, date TBD. Watch this spot for updates and check your bulletins!

Weekly Respect Life Rosary

Weekly rosaries will continue at locations announced each week; contact us for this week's gathering to pray for an end to abortion.

QA | Rosary | Mondays | 6:30 pm | locations vary

Annual Respect Life Baby Shower

Finally, we close the month with our Annual Baby Shower to conclude February's Spiritual Adoption, which will be held after both Sunday Masses on Nov. 3.

QA | Sun. Nov. 3 | after Masses | St. Anne Rm.



Respect Life Group | St. Joseph

St. Pope John Paul II envisioned that post-abortive women who have approached Jesus with humility and sorrow, and have experienced His merciful love, will also become Jesus' most eloquent evangelizers.

St. Joseph's Respect Life group has made available pamphlets in the literature rack: Forgiveness and Healing After Abortion and Project Rachel.

We would also like to spotlight two resources for hope and healing for women, men, and families hurt by abortion and it's effects in their lives: Silent No More and Project Rachel.

Silent No More Awareness Campaign

Visit Silent No More or contact their regional coordinator, Kathy Gonzales, for help or to find out how you can get involved.

Project Rachel | Western Washington

Project Rachel is a post-abortion healing ministry sponsored by the Archdiocese of Washington that offers compassionate help to men and women who have experienced emotional and/or spiritual pain after abortion. Our trained staff refers callers to priests specially trained in post-abortion concerns and/or to licensed Catholic/Christian mental health professionals. We help our participants reconcile with God, child, family and themselves.

Location: one-on-one meetings and group healing events take place throughout the Archdiocese of Washington. These exact locations are confidential.

Your calls and e-mails will be held with complete confidentiality.

If you or a friend is hurting from an abortion(s), reach out to us.

Visit Project Rachel to read testimonies, articles, and more.

(206) 920-6413 | en espanol (206) 457-0814

Seattle Archdiocese | October 26

Join Archbishop Paul Etienne and his auxiliaries, Bishop Eusebio Elizonda and Bishop Daniel Mueggenborg, to celebrate our saints from diverse cultural communities

All are welcome to a reception following Mass, with ethnic foods and beautiful displays of our saints, provided by the cultural communities of the Archdiocese of Seattle. 

Eucharistic Adoration | Saturday, Oct. 26 | St. James Cathedral 10:00am
Mass | Saturday, Oct. 26 | St. James Cathedral 11:00 am
Reception / Lunch 
to follow Mass

Visit the Archdiocese of Seattle Facebook page to learn more. 

Project Rachel - Fall Retreats | October 25-27 & Nov. 8-10

Hope & Healing After Abortion

How long has it been since your involvement in an abortion decision, where it may have left you feeling enslaved to regret, sadness, anger and so many other things, all held in silence within? Don’t miss this opportunity to feel alive again.

Now registering for Fall Retreats

[Español]  Seabeck, WA | 25 - 27 octubre
[English] Stanwood, WA | Friday - Sunday, Nov. 8-10

Call for a compassionate, confidential conversation:
English: (206) 920-6413  | Español: (206)-450-7814

Email, visit our website Project Rachel or come see us on Facebook. 

Project Rachel is a program of Catholic Community Services.

Oktoberfest | Friday, Oct. 18

The Knights of Columbus are hosting their annual Oktoberfest feast at St. Joseph in Sequim. Entertainment and door prizes combined with great food will make this an evening to remember. All are welcome!

Come experience handmade traditional German foods, including fresh bratwurst, German potato salad, and handcrafted sauerkraut. Beer, wine, and dessert will also be served.

Tickets are $15/ea. Please get yours soon, so we can make sure there'll be plenty for everyone! Contact us for tickets.

SJ | Friday, Oct. 18 | 5:30 pm | Parish Hall

RCIA 2019-2020

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, or RCIA, have begun at both parishes this year for those wishing to become Catholic. Classes start in mid-September and run through Easter. It's not too late to join!

All are welcome! Stop by the office, call for details, or email us to learn more:

QA | Wednesdays, 6:00 pm | St. Benedict Rm.

SJ | Tuesdays, 6:00 pm | Parish Hall

Queen of Angels | 5-wk. Study

The Bible and the Virgin Mary

Join us for a 5-week program, hosted by the Evangelization Commission team and fellow parishioners. Class will be held Thursdays, Oct. 10, 17, & 31, and Nov. 14 & 21, in the St. Benedict Room.

Ever wonder how to explain Mary to non-Catholics? This series unveils the mystery of Our Lady that is woven into the fabric of Sacred Scripture. Visually stunning lessons convey the beauty of the doctrine and devotions surrounding Mary, bringing them to life in a powerful new way.

Based on Scott Hahn's Hail Holy Queen and presented by dynamic speaker Matthew Leonard, this study is for everyone from the newly confirmed to the fully engaged cradle Catholic.

QA | Thursdays, starting Oct. 10 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm | St. Benedict Rm 

St. Joseph | 3-wk. Study

Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist

Join us for a 3-week program, hosted by the St. Joseph Living Pentecost team and fellow parishioners. All are welcome! Light refreshments provided.

The Eucharist appears to be simple bread and wine, but its actually the central mystery of our Christian life. Join us as we explore the truth and beauty of Christ’s real presence in the Eucharist, its origin in Sacred Scripture, and its profound role in the life of the Church, the lives of the saints, and in our own personal relationship with God.

SJ | Saturdays, Oct. 12, 19, & 26 | 1:00-3:00 pm | Parish Hall

Queen of Angels | 12-wk. Study

The Wild Goose: The Role of the Holy Spirit

Join us for a 12-week program, hosted by the Evangelization Commission team and fellow parishioners. All are welcome! Light refreshments provided.

Come experience this dynamic video series by Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR. This series will lead you on an unforgettable journey around the world and into the very heart of God. Discover the immense power and beauty of the unconditional love of God that is the Holy Spirit, and how this power can transform your everyday life.

QA | Saturdays, starting Sept. 28 | 1:00-2:30 pm | St. Benedict Rm 

Queen of Angels | 7-wk. Study

The Spirituality of St. Paul

A seven-session Scripture study for adults; come explore the wisdom of the writings of St. Paul. Meets weekly on Wednesday mornings.

QA | Wednesdays, 9:30 - 11:00 am | St. Anne Rm.

Hosanna | Fri. Oct. 25

Come lift your voice and heart to God!

We invite everyone to come join in as we worship God in a loving, Spirit-filled environment.

 We meet every second and fourth Friday of the month at St. Joseph parish.

Our evening begins with coffee or tea and fellowship, followed by praise and deepening worship. For those seeking prayer for individual or private needs, prayer teams will be available for ministry at the end of worship. Come, Holy Spirit, and renew the face of the earth!

Our next scheduled meeting is Friday, Oct. 25. 

SJ | 2nd & 4th Fridays | 6:00 pm | Parish Hall

Our prayer request form is intended to strengthen our parish family, however, we value our parishioners' privacy. Medical concerns in particular are protected by privacy law. For this reason, we require that all requests be made by the parishioner personally or with their consent. Please provide your details below so we might contact you to verify permissions.

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