St. Joseph Catholic Church
Serving downtown Springfield Missouri since 1892.
Our Parish Vision:
“Bring God to all people and all people to God.”
Sunday: 8 am & 10:30 am
Saturday Vigil: 4 pm
Monday through Friday: 8:30 am
Saturday: 3 to 3:45 pm
Sunday: 7:30 to 7:45 am
Sunday: 9:45 to 10:15 am
And by appointment
Tuesday – Thursday: 7 am to Midnight
Friday: 5 am to noon
And by appointment
1115 N. Campbell Avenue Springfield, MO 65802 • (417) 865-1112
You are invited to faith-filled programs and events
There are so many opportunities to grow in your relationship with God, meet new friends, and serve your neighbor at St. Joseph Catholic Church
Everyone is welcome here
Our parish mission statement is “By the grace of God, St. Joseph Parish seeks to empower its parishioners to grow in holiness as we worship God more worthily and become an ever more tightly bound community of Catholics. Through the community, we strive to know, love, serve God and one another, and to spread God’s Kingdom through prayer, evangelization, and service to the Catholic Church, the civil community, and all of God’s children.”
You can see and experience this vision being realized in our various ministries. I invite you to join us and grow in holiness with us in our friendly family parish.
God Bless you all,
Fr. Karl Barmann, OSB
A history of faith
When you walk inside our church, it’s easy to feel the generations of prayers offered up at St. Joseph Catholic Church since 1892. Visitors are often seen holding up their phones as soon as Mass has ended to get photographic and video memories of the artistic splendor of the main altar, side altars, stained glass windows, painted ceiling, and statues.
Thank you for your generosity
St. Joseph Catholic Church serves the surrounding community with love and compassion. It is funded by its members and guests. Please do whatever you can to keep the mission of our parish going for centuries to come.
Have Questions About The Faith?
The Catholic faith is rich and beautiful. But people are often confused by our many traditions – even some Catholics. So we compiled a page that provides basic answers to some of the most common questions about the Catholic faith.
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