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Welcome to the Church of Saint Joseph in Jim Thorpe. We are one of two Roman Catholic parishes in our Carbon County community that forms part of the Diocese of Allentown. Our parish was founded in 1873 by German immigrants who settled in this area and worked in the railroad and mines.

The Church of Saint Joseph in Jim Thorpe is a Roman Catholic Parish of the Diocese of Allentown. Our Church is guided by Sacred Scripture and the authentic Magisterium of the Catholic Church as interpreted by the Bishop of Rome in communion with the college of Bishops. We strive especially to witness to Christ’s command to love one another by living the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. Conscious that we are a church of sinners in need of redemption, we gather weekly on the Lord’s Day to seek both reconciliation and courage to live as committed disciples of Jesus

Mass Schedule

Weekend
Saturday: 6:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am

Week Day
Monday / Wednesday / Friday 8 am
Tuesday / Thursday 8 AM @ Immaculate Conception Church

Confession
​Saturday: 6:00-6:30 pm


Announcements

CHRISTMAS CANTATA

Posted on November 07, 2018 in: General News

Sunday, December 2 - This year we will be doing a brand new cantata - “The Greatest Story Ever Told” consisting of a wonderful mix of contemporary and traditional songs. It includes “For Unto Us a Child is Born/Open the Eyes of My Heart”, “Heaven Sings Glory”, “Angels from the Realms of Glory”, “One King”, “A Strange Way to Save the World” and more. The narration if simply beautiful. Invite your friends to join in the singin...

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NOVEMBER MONTH OF ALL SOULS

Posted on November 07, 2018 in: General News

In the midst of the season of earthly harvest the church invites us to reflect upon the harvest of souls especially during the month of November when the liturgical year draws to a close. As has been our tradition in the past, we will honor our deceased loved ones by inviting you to bring photos of deceased family members and friends which we have placed upon our purgatorial altar (altar of the Blessed Virgin Mary). The Book of the Dead is in front of the altar so that you may enter the names of...

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