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Saint Joseph Catholic Church • Jasper, Indiana

A Parish of the Diocese of Evansville

Contact Information

1029 Kundek Street
Jasper, Indiana 47546-1917

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Business Hours
(Eastern Time Zone):

Mon - Thur: 8 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
office: (812) 482-1805
fax: (812) 482-1814

Facebook: St Joe Jasper
Twitter: stjoejasper


Please contact

Daytime call:

Mildred Gramelspacher 

at 812-482-1911

Late afternoon and

evening call:

Eilleen Hall


Let us pray for you and your loved ones.

The Latest News and Events

TUESDAY, JUNE 30 - This memorial is in honor of the nameless followers of Christ brutally killed by the mad Emperor Nero as scapegoats for the fire in Rome. The pagan historian Tacitus and St. Clement of Rome tell of a night of... Read more
MONDAY, JUNE 29 - Peter and Paul laid the foundations of the early Church and are among the most venerated saints. Peter was the first to profess that Jesus is the Son of God, and the papacy is built on his witness. Paul's... Read more
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