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  •              Sophia Award

    Congratulations to Susan Rhodes who was chosen to receive from the diocese this year’s Sophia Award for her outstanding service in our parish.

  •             Bulletin Ads

    If you know of any businesses that would like to place an ad in our bulletin, please let us know or have them call the office at St. Joseph 270-259-3028.

  • St. John Thrift Store Needs

    St. John Thrift Store is in need of household items, towels, knicknacks and any winter blankets & clothes. Items may be left at St. Joseph Parish Hall Monday-Friday from 8am to 4pm or call the store at 270-597-1038.

  •   St. Joseph Parish Mission

    To share the message of Christ with every person in Grayson County.

  •          Saint of the Day

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      I prefer the monotony of obscure sacrifice to all ecstasies. To pick up a pin for love can convert a soul. These are the words of Theresa of the Child Jesus, a Carmelite nun called the "Little...
  • Why the Eucharist is so important to Catholics.

  •         The Bible Timeline

    If you want a better understanding of our faith, and a deeper relationship with God, then you're invited to join us for The Bible Timeline, Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. in the St. Joseph Parish Hall.

    The Bible Timeline is a fascinating study that takes you on a journey through the entire Bible.

    Using the unique color-coded Bible Timeline, you will learn the major people, places, and events of the Bible and see how together they form the foundation of our Catholic faith.

    For more information, contact T.J. Dennison, Pastoral Associate & Director of Adult Education at 270-302-6257 or tj.stjoseph@gmail.com.

  •           Dynamic Catholic

    Are you striving to become more of a Dynamic Catholic?  The following are four signs of a Dynamic Catholic: (1) Dynamic Catholics have a daily commitment to prayer; (2) Dynamic Catholics are continuous learners; (3) Dynamic Catholics are generous; and (4) Dynamic Catholics invite others to grow spiritually by sharing the love of God with them.


    The Pastoral Council is reading one chapter a month the book, “The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic”. One of the purposes of this book is to find ways to engage more parishioners in the life of the parish.