Prior to the Thanksgiving holiday each year, the Knights of Columbus and ladies from our Council of Catholic Women at St. Joseph Catholic Church are busy putting together boxes of food, that included potatoes and turkeys for those who received them as part of the Saint Vincent de Paul Thanksgiving baskets.

On Nov. 25, 2019, the last time it took place (No 2020 Thanksgiving baskets -- due to the COVID pandemic), nearly 225 families came to pickup their baskets inside the Religious Eduication Center (and the parking lot).

 

 

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The Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph Council of Catholic Women and The Men of Joseph are asking all parishioners to donate the following: Trash bags, hand sanitizer, paper towels. lysol wipes, wet towelettes. If you have any of the following items that you are not using. please bring to the parish office: Accepting hats, coats, scarves, gloves, sweaters, pants, boots, blankets and back packs. If you wish to donate food for our pantry, please get in touch with us. Thank You!

Parish Office
1145 S. Aspen Road
Pueblo, CO 81006
Hours: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
(Mon.- Thurs.)

  • (719) 544-1886
  • (719) 544-5137
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Shirts & Scarves

St. Joseph Council of Catholic Women have shirts and scarves available for their members. Stop by to see Josie Marrufo in the Parish Office or call her at 719-544-1886 (ext. 100).

Shirt prices: (S/M/L/XL $7.00)
(2XL $9.00) (3XL $11.00)
Blue Scarves: ($5.00)

Quinceanera Information

If you are planning a Quinceanera the requirements are:

  • the young lady be registered in Religious Ed and must have attended classes the year prior.
  • Must attend class with Maria Cornejo with explanation of what the Quinceanera celebration is about

Please contact the office to register 719-544-1886.

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