Visitors since July 18, 1997
About St. Joseph Church
St. Joseph RC Church community is blessed with spiritual priests and deacons, active members, an associated school, and a comprehensive music program. If you want a worship experience that includes the traditional RC format, a spiritual homily, and inspiring music, visit this church.
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Memorial Day Mass
Memorial Day Mass
St. Joseph Cemetery
Clergy and Staff
Fr. Ramon Garcia Ordained
Fr. Ramon Garcia was ordained on Saturday, May 16, 2015. He celebrated his first Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 11:30 am at St. Matthew Church in Bristol. Fr. Ramon and his family are from our parish, St. Joseph Church in Bristol. Gladys Garcia, his mother, is a Eucharistic Minister. In the photo he is shown with our pastor, Fr. Joe Disciacca, at the recepetion that was held after the ordination. Click Here for more photos.
Pat Smatt Honored
Pat Smatt was honored by a reception on April 12, 2015 as this years parish recipient of the Archdiocesan St. Joseph Medal of Appreciation. This award was confered to Pat by Archbishop Leonard Blair on March 22.
St. Joseph Medal of Appreciation
Pat Smatt is this year's parish recipient of the St. Joseph Medal of Appreication awarded at St. Joseph Cathedral on Sunday, March 22, 2015. She is pictured here with Archbishop Leonard Blair. Congratulations Patty. Well deserved.
Members of St. Joseph parish attend Rite of Election at the Cathedral of St. Joseph on February 22nd
Parishioner in Army All-American Bowl
Our own Philip Andrews was selected to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl In San Antonio on January 2.
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the premier high school football game in the nation. This Bowl features the nation’s top high school senior football players and marching musicians. A student selected as one of the 125 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band members received an all-expenses-paid trip to San Antonio, TX to march in the halftime performance of the All-American Bowl at the Alamodome.
Philip is a senior at Bristol Central High School and is an alumnus of St. Joseph School.
Interested in returning to the Catholic Church?
Welcome home. If you’ve been away from the Catholic Church, we invite you to take another look. If you are not ready to come to Sunday Mass you can phone the parish center (860-583-1369) to speak with one of our priests (English or Spanish speaking) to get answers to your questions. We encourage you to visit or call.
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Our Stained Glass Windows
150th Anniversary 1864-2014
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