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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

editor@SaintJosephJasper.org
office: (812) 482-1805
fax: (812) 482-1814

Facebook: St Joe Jasper
Twitter: stjoejasper

PRAYER LINE

Please contact

Daytime call:

Mildred Gramelspacher 

at 812-482-1911

Late afternoon and

evening call:

Eilleen Hall

812-482-5829

Let us pray for you and your loved ones.

The Latest News and Events

CYCLE B AUGUST 23, 2015 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time "As a result of this, many of his disciples returned to their former way of life and no longer accompanied him." These departing disciples followed Jesus to a point, but when... Read more
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS An all new experience. Starts Wednesday, September 9, at 6:30 p.m. “Who is Jesus?”, “Why Did He Die?”, “How Can I Have Faith” & several more topics. You will be part of the conversation about life, faith... Read more
We are looking for nominations for recipients of the Annual Brute’ Award. This person will have shown generosity, concern, and love for Saint Joseph Parish. The emphasis should be on identifying people who are considered to be... Read more
If you would like to nominate yourself or someone else to run in the parish elections, please call the Parish Center at 812-482-1805 or seal the nomination in an envelope marked “Parish Council Nomination”. They may be placed in... Read more
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