Author Archives: admin

Annual Spring Parish Dinner

spring-dinner23

SPRING DINNER Sunday, April 14, 2019 10:30 AM to 1:00 PM   St. Joseph Catholic Church Scott City, Missouri   Fried Chicken Chicken & Dumplings Chicken & Dressing Corn, Cole Slaw Mashed Potatoes Desserts, Tea & Coffee   ~SERVED BUFFET STYLE~   Adults $10.00 * Children (6-12) $5.00 * Under 6 Free   Carry-outs available   Country Store & Bakery ... Read More »

Lent, 2019

lent-easter

St. Augustine Church and St. Joseph Church Lent 2019 Schedule     Stations of the Cross Fridays of Lent—7:00 PM at St. Augustine (with Confession prior to the Stations) Fridays of Lent—2:30 PM at St. Joseph & St. Augustine with Students (only on Fridays when school is in session) Friday, April 12th—2:00 PM at St. Augustine (Living Stations)   Confessions/Adoration/Benediction/Stations ... Read More »

SCRIP “Gift Card” Fundraising Program

scrip-clipart

St. Augustine and St. Joseph Home and School Organizations are now offering Monthly SCRIP “Gift Card” orders.  Orders are due the 1st Monday of each month, September through May.  Copies of order forms are available at the entrance of both churches or from either school office.   Cards will be available by Friday of the same week the order is placed. ... Read More »

Click Here For the Vocation Portal

Vocation Portal

The Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau has developed a New Vocation Portal designed to keep you engaged and up-to-date on everything vocations in the diocese. So whether you have a “Heart for Vocations” and want to know more about our seminarians and other vocations content, or you are discerning a call to the priesthood, or consecrated life, the Vocation Portal is the place ... Read More »

Welcome

Welcome Message

St. Joseph Parish has been a part of Southeast Missouri for nearly 100 years and is part of  the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau which covers the bottom third of the state of Missouri.  St. Joseph has over 220 families in addition to St. Joseph School that educates first through eighth grade students. Parishioners extend themselves in our community by working with local food pantries, visiting area nursing homes and participating in an active prayer chain. We also have ... Read More »