Walking with Purpose
Coming to St. Joe’s this Fall! A new Catholic Women’s Bible Study Program, Walking with Purpose, will kick off this Fall on Tuesday evenings and Friday mornings. For all women, of all ages, and all walks of life. To learn more, contact Amy Buttarazzi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarah’s Hope Call for Volunteers!
Are you looking for a new way to serve? St. Joseph has, for over 10 years, served lunch monthly at the Sarah’s Hope Shelter, a program of the St. Vincent DePaul Society of Baltimore. Serving is fun, and a great way to give back to the community. We’re looking for new members to help support […]
Parish Weekly E-Mail
Keep up to date! For our most recent news, and events listings, join our weekly e-mail list. http://www.sjpmd.org/email
St. Joseph Pantry
Before and after all Masses, the fourth weekend of each month, Parish Center Room 2 We will be collecting donations for the Franciscan Center in Baltimore City. Non-perishable food, toiletries, and household products may be brought to the Parish Center Room 2 before or after the weekend Masses. Kindly check expiration dates before donating. Thank […]
Summer Bible Camp: Maker Fun Factory!
Bible Camp Registrations are now open to all! Maker Fun Factory: Created by God – Built for a Purpose! Please register by June 12. Register now at www.sjpmd.org/biblecamp Bible Camp Volunteers are a vital part of a successful Bible Camp. Most positions involve no preparation. For more information and to sign up go to: www.sjpmd.org/biblecamp
Middle school students, you were designed to do great things with God’s love. Camp SMILE is our week long middle school work camp created for 6th – 8th graders who want to make an impact and grow in their faith this summer. For any questions, please contact Chris Wesley at email@example.com. If you would like […]
Our Daily Bread Casserole Collection
Our Daily Bread casseroles are collected monthly on the second Saturday. Please bring the frozen casseroles to the church parking lot between 8:30-9:00 a.m. Recipes and pans can be found at all Church exits and the Parish Center. We are looking for volunteers to help collect the casseroles on the second Saturday of each month. […]
Divine Mercy Prayer at St. Joseph
Please feel free to join the Parish Divine Mercy Prayer Group in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet prayer every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the church at Our Lady’s Altar.
TechTalk @ St. Joseph
Join Joe Liberto, and the TechTalk team for a short presentation on technology, and personalized assistance on any tech topic! For July: What to Watch: A take on AppleTV, Chromecast, and Smart TV tech! Bring a friend!
My Sister’s Place Lunch Collection
My Sister’s Place Lunch Collection St. Joseph collects lunches for My Sister’s Place Women’s Center every second Saturday of the month from 9:00-9:30 a.m. on the right side of the Parish Center. Please bring 8 prepared lunches. This is a w onderful family service opportunity that can be done at home! Each lunch bag must […]
VIA @ SHENANDOAH
VIA @ SHENANDOAH VALLEY On July 1st, St. Joseph’s Young Adult Ministry, VIA, will be leading a group up Old Rag Mountain in the Shenandoah Valley to build community and celebrate Mass with Fr. Carlos and Chris Wesley. We will leave St. Joseph’s at 7:30am to drive to the Shenandoah National Park. We will return […]
Join us for Fellowship! YOU are invited for coffee, juice & Dunkin’ Donuts EVERY SUNDAY following the 9 & 10:30 Masses in Joe’s Cafe. Come meet staff and volunteer ministers! To volunteer for fellowship, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-683-0600 x2508. Come say hello!
Bridge Players Needed
BRIDGE PLAYERS NEEDED The St. Joseph Bridge League invites all bridge players for party bridge this Sept. – May. Make new friends, renew old friendships and play bridge with others! Sessions are monthly, held at homes. Individuals without a partner are welcome. If you are interested, please contact Carole or Gus Muller at 410-561-0969.
Welcome to St. Joseph's
Beginning in the 1840’s, hundreds of Irish and Italian immigrants found employment in Baltimore County in the numerous kilns and quarries as well as on the railroad which linked Baltimore with Pennsylvania. To care for the spiritual needs of these immigrants, the Reverend Thomas O’Neill held Mass from 1846 to 1850 in the home of […]
The Liturgy is Christ’s perfect work of worship of His Father. He joins us to Himself, especially at this Mass, so that we may worship God more perfectly. Members of the Liturgy Committee, acting on behalf of all parishioners, focus on the various aspects of good liturgy and its practical implementation. From their individual study […]
Respect Life Ministries The Respect Life committee has three sub-committees, which attempt to develop ministries and program that meet some of the needs of the parishioners. The parishioners with special needs such as the elderly, homebound, mentally and physically challenged, the unborn, as well as those in a crisis pregnancy, in a hospital/or nursing facilities, […]
Family & Youth Faith Formation
The Parish Faith Formation Program ministers to our young people attending public or private schools, where Catholic faith is not taught in order to help them develop a strong and lasting relationship with God. Parents play a vital role in this process. Classes are offered weekly (September ~ May) for Preschoolers through Grade 12. Family […]
St. Joseph Parish consciously tries to implement the three components of Catholic Evangelization as outlined in Pope Paul VI’s Encyclical on Evangelization: to nurture the faith of practicing Catholics, to invite back those Catholics who are no longer active in the communal participation of the faith, and to reach out to those who have no […]
Celebrating the Sacraments
• Eucharist In the celebration of the Mass our parish family comes together to grow in understanding of God’s Word and to share the gift of Christ himself in communion. The Eucharist is the foremost way in which people of St. Joseph Parish demonstrate and celebrate their oneness with God. MASS SCHEDULE Monday – Friday […]
Scouting at St. Joseph – Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cubs
Boy Scout Troop 497 Boy Scout Troop 497, founded in 1959, presently numbers over seventy boys. We are a “Boy Run” operation and pride ourselves on the accomplishments of our young men over the years. Heavy emphasis on Leadership, Character Development, and Personal Responsbility are some of the keys to our success. We are an active organization […]
Knights of Columbus Fr. O’Neill Council 4011
The Father O’Neill Council 4011 of the Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization of Catholic men dedicated to the Church. We will expend our energies toward preserving the sanctity of life and making a difference in the community via service and charity. In pursuit of these objectives we promote family, develop friendships, enjoy fraternalism […]
Hispanic Ministry – MINISTERIO HISPANO
Nuestra Misión: El Ministerio Hispano de San José promueve el crecimiento espiritual y personal de la comunidad Hispana, y la asiste en los ámbitos religioso y social a fin de promover una major integración en la parraquia y en la comunidad de Cockeysville. Además, coordina los esfuerzos de los feligreses Hispanos para desarrollar y enriquecer […]
Join us for Fellowship Sunday, hosted weekly after the 7:30, 9 and 10:30 Masses. Parishioners are encouraged to meet in Joe’s Cafe to enjoy refreshments and meet other parishioners.
Through our Parish Commiunity Outreach Ministries committee, programs and projects take place throughout the year to aid those in need within our parish and the larger community. The work of the committee – and those who unite with it – is modeled on the works of mercy given to us by Jesus,. Volunteers attempt to […]