Welcome!

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

Lenten Mission Night

Posted on March 18, 2019 in: General News

Thursday, April 4 at 7 PM - All Saints Church, 21 N. Cleveland St., McAdoo. David Kauffman is a prolific artist, whose works touch and inspire people worldwide. He is the founder of Good for the Soul Music, based in San Antonio, Texas. Kauffman is a songwriter and recording artist, screenwriter and movie producer, and husband and father whose creations are described as “good for the soul.” Please join us for a special night of song and story with reflections for the Lenten Season...

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Is a recognized “Secular Order” sanctioned by Papal authority, canonically established, and called to follow Jesus by following St. Francis in our secular state. We are men and women, married and single and diocesan clergy who live in Franciscan fraternal union with each other the Church and the world around us. So what is this fraternal union? When we speak of this union we mean spiritually, with each other and the Church. We encourage each other to continually move more deeply in u...

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Lenten Food and Bake Sale

Posted on February 15, 2019 in: General News

The Lenten Season is fast approaching! We would like to offer a food and bake sale again this year. The date will be Saturday, March 30 from 9 AM - 1 PM in the school cafeteria. We are asking folks who can prepare something delicious to be put in quart containers and offer it for sale. If you have a favorite dish that you would like to share with others, please contact the rectory at 570- 325-3731 to receive a supply of plastic containers and also let us know what your food specialty will be so ...

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