St. Joseph Catholic Church
2101 22nd Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL, Phone 727-822-2153

Regular Schedule

Weekday Mass at 8 AM (no weekday Mass Tuesdays)

Vigil Mass (Traditional Choir) 5:00 PM Saturdays

Sunday Mass (Gospel Choir) 10:00 AM.

Confessions on Saturdays 4:15-4:45 pm and First Saturdays after 8:30 am
or by appointment .

 

 

St. Joseph Church frontThe person with true wisdom, like Solomon, will seek the reign of God and treasure it above all else. It is more precious than gold and silver. Thus one becomes conformed to the image of Christ, the Son.

Greetings to you all! To more fully understand what is being offered to us this week, let us look at the Church’s teaching on Dogma for a moment. For many of us the word “dogma” presents an image of a cold statement of the faith, important for theological discussion, but totally irrelevant for living the Christian life. This simply is not so. Dogma is alive and continually growing as we come to a clearer understanding of what makes a better Catholic Christian. If we are going to lead a Christian life, we have to know who Jesus is for us and how Christianity can exist in the modern world. Still, remember, no one has ever been saved by Dogma. Christ does the saving. Dogma is a time and culture sensitive teaching and definition of the truth of the Lord. Read Fr. Gerth's message in its entirety in this week's bulletin.

Come and visit us.
St. Joseph Catholic Church is located in southern St. Petersburg, Florida, on 22nd Avenue South, just east of the 22nd Street traffic light. If you are visiting this area on vacation, we are very convenient to the downtown area and the beaches. See the map for precise directions.
St. Joseph's is a happy, loving parish known for its hospitality and spirituality. If you are local, you may have already had the opportunity to hear our Gospel Choir during a visit to your home parish. We are also multicultural with a congregation literally from around the world. Please join us...you will definitely remember your visit
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Did you know that chapter and verse for all days' Mass readings are posted in our church bulletin? Look in the weekly calendar (usually on page 3 of the bulletin) and follow along with your own Bible. The USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops )website also posts the complete daily readings in both written and audio form