Welcome to St. Joseph Parish!

As Catholics in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis under the patronage of Saint Joseph, in communion with our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and Archbishop Rozanski, we are called by our Lord Jesus Christ to be His Church and live His Gospel. With joy, we strive to fulfill our Baptismal calling by fervent prayer and worship, sound teaching, sharing our faith, serving others, and fostering unity in diversity. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to be responsible stewards of all God’s gifts. 

We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.

Welcome to St. Joseph Parish!

As Catholics in the Archdiocese of Saint Louis under the patronage of Saint Joseph, in communion with our Holy Father, Pope Francis, and Archbishop Rozanski, we are called to be His Church and live His Gospel. With joy, we strive to fulfill our Baptismal calling by fervent prayer and worship, sound teaching, sharing our faith, serving others, and fostering unity in diversity. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to be responsible stewards of all God’s gifts. 

We are a welcoming Catholic community called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.

Conversations That Matter

Rise, Pick Up Your Mat

Do you want to be well? “Jesus said to him, ‘Rise, pick up your mat, and walk.'” In this video, Fr. Dan Shaughnessy explores the depth of what Christ is doing in our lives. God loves you so much, and today, we see an example of how even our struggles can show us how much He loves us.

Atheist to Youth Minister

Have you ever heard someone open their heart? Today, we are privileged to hear Sean Feltz open his heart about his journey. His story is simple and relatable. Follow along for some funny questions and to get to know Sean!

What Does Union with God Look like?

Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-control. In Galatians 5, St. Paul gives 9 simple markers that we can use in our lives as tools of discernment. Fr. Jack Ruzicka reflects on how he uses the Fruits of the Spirit to grow.

Conversations That Matter

Rise, Pick Up Your Mat

Do you want to be well? “Jesus said to him, ‘Rise, pick up your mat, and walk.'” In this video, Fr. Dan Shaughnessy explores the depth of what Christ is doing in our lives. God loves you so much, and today, we see an example of how even our struggles can show us how much He loves us.

Atheist to Youth Minister

Have you ever heard someone open their heart? Today, we are privileged to hear Sean Feltz open his heart about his journey. His story is simple and relatable. Follow along for some funny questions and to get to know Sean!

What Does Union with God Look like?

Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-control. In Galatians 5, St. Paul gives 9 simple markers that we can use in our lives as tools of discernment. Fr. Jack Ruzicka reflects on how he uses the Fruits of the Spirit to grow.

Sr. Christine’s Food Pantry

St. Joseph Athletics

The programs of the St. Joseph Athletic Association (SJAA) are open to all who live within the parish boundaries. SJAA offers sports through Catholic Youth Council (CYC). Additionally, instructional intramural sports are also offered for younger athletes.

We embrace CYC’s mission of building communities of faith through sports. SJAA and CYC believe that sports is a great way to learn invaluable life lessons, specifically in the areas of Faith, Sportsmanship, and Service.

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St. Joseph Athletics

The programs of the St. Joseph Athletic Association (SJAA) are open to all who live within the parish boundaries. SJAA offers sports through Catholic Youth Council (CYC). Additionally, instructional intramural sports are also offered for younger athletes.

We embrace CYC’s mission of building communities of faith through sports. SJAA and CYC believe that sports is a great way to learn invaluable life lessons, specifically in the areas of Faith, Sportsmanship, and Service.