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Saint Joseph Catholic Church • Jasper, Indiana

A Parish of the Diocese of Evansville

March 15— March 18, 2019 

(You are able to work full day Monday and Friday.)

Light of the World is a retreat experience that helps participants: reignite their faith, experience God’s great Love,  live that love with others in the community and take that love out into the world.

Our seventh Light of  the World Retreat will be:

Friday, Mar 15, 6:30 PM—9:00 PM

Saturday, Mar 16, 8:30 AM—7:30 PM

Sunday, Mar 17, 8:30 AM—7:30 PM

Monday, Mar 18, 6:30 PM —8:30 PM

No cost, free will donation at the end. Both Men and Women can participate and is a great opportunity for couples to attend.  The retreat is not overnight.   Ways to register: pick up brochure & turn into the parish center or drop in the collection basket,  go online to, or Call 812-482-1805.

The Holy Spirit has something for everyone to learn, to grow and to be renewed with this retreat, even if you consider your faith to be strong.

None of us really “owns” our time.  It all belongs to God.  Pray and ask, “is God calling me to be with Him this weekend?”

For answers to common questions, pick up a brochure in the back of the church.


Enroll at - Our Parish Code is 4CF7HY - Get formed !







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


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Parish Center Staff 


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Let us pray for you and your loved ones.

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