Here’s what’s Happening At Saint Joseph

Prayer for the Healing of Racism


St Joseph “Know Truth, Know Faith” Series
Courageous Conversations
St. Joseph and St. Paul Catholic Churches of St. Petersburg are entering into a process to courageously listen and dialogue on race. The Bishops of the United States Pastoral Letter “Open wide our hearts”, is a source for guidance as we seek to open our hearts and minds to embrace an opportunity for listening and understanding one another as “Brothers and Sister to Us”.  1979 Bishops pastoral on Race.
There will be two live stream conversations between the pastors,  Monsignor Robert Gibbons of St. Paul, and Rev. Stephan Brown, SVD of St. Joseph.  Following the second conversation we will have a socially distanced event for a small group from each of the parishes to participate in the dialogue.
Thursday October 22nd at 6:00PM.  All are welcome to share in the first of the three Conversations via Facebook and our website
The other conversations are to be announced later.   Please join us as we “Know Truth, Know Faith” Let us Courageously Live the Gospel.
Fr. Stephan Brown, SVD


A Celebration of Racial Harmony.

November 2nd at 7:00PM.

Join the Community of St. Joseph in a Bi-Lingual Mass remembering the great Saint Martin De Porres. This Vigil Mass brings persons of different races and backgrounds to pray for harmony and peace in our nation and in our world.   Come and Join Us!

Social Distancing and Masks are required.

Fr. Stephan Brown,SVD



St Joseph is Open!

We have reopened for Mass.  Masses are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8:00AM.   We have first Friday evening Mass at 7PM in Spanish and First Saturday Mass at 8:00AM

Saturday evening Vigil Mass 5:00PM

Sunday Morning Masses are  8:00AM  Spanish

10:00AM  Gospel Mass

Office Hours and Monday – Thursday 9AM – 3PM

Food Pantry is open Tuesdays 12noon – 2PM.    Or Call.  We are happy to help

May 2, 2020 – Knights of Columbus feed community; food for families


Adoration Continues

St. Joseph | April 20, 2020

Easter Photos!  🙂

April 5, 2020 | Palm Sunday

April 3, 2020 | Adoration/Private Stations

Shrine Of Our Lady Of Czestochowa

The image was given to Fr. Murphy back in the 60’s.   She is also known as the “Black Madonna”   Legend has it that the image was originally painted by St. Luke on the table of the Holy Family of Nazareth.

May these images be a source of unity for our parish that is truly a diverse community of “one heart many faces”