St. Joseph's Catholic Community 

315 SW 21st Street, Grand Rapids, Minnesota  55744

Parish Phone:  218-326-2843        School Phone:  218-326-6232

Parish Mission Statement:     To support and strengthen each other in living our shared Catholic faith.

St. Joseph's Catholic Community of Grand Rapids is a vibrant faith community located in the heart of the land of Pines and Mines in northern Minnesota.  The 1,000 families and individual members participate in a variety of parish and community activities.  The goal of this site is to help you learn more our parish and school and also the opportunities that exist to deepen our faith by study and action.  Please visit us often to view updates!

DONATE NOW!

Use this link to proceed to our secured online donation page where you can give to our weekly collection, Generations of Faith Building Fund, Prayer Garden, Church & School Endowments, United Catholic Appeal (UCA), etc.
Benefits of Donating Online - a short video!

Mass Times

All Mass times listed below are for St. Joseph's
Church in Grand Rapids unless noted.
Saturday 5:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
Sunday 8:30 AM at St. Augustine's-Cohasset
Monday & Tuesday 9:00 AM
Wednesday 9:00 AM**
**During School year this is Mass celebrated with our school students
Wednesday 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM at St. Augustine's-Cohasset
Thursday 9:00 AM
Friday 7:30 AM

 

IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAS BEEN THE VICTIM OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT BY A VOLUNTEER, AN EMPLOYEE OR A MEMBER OF THE CLERGY, WE URGE YOU TO CONTACT: 

  • Civil Authorities:  Grand Rapids Police Department at 218-326-3464 or Itasca County Sheriff's Department at 218-326-3477
  • Area Support Services:  Support Within Reach at 218-326-5008 -- Support Within Reach Crisis Line at 800-747-5008 -- First Call for Help #211 or 800-442-8565
  • Click above to access our Child Protection Task Force webpage!

FORMED.ORG -- CATHOLIC STUDY, MOVIES, AUDIO JUST A CLICK AWAY!

 

Click here for printable instructions and start Formed.org NOW!

Click HERE to access registration page - then enter parish code:  3f050b (the '0' are 'zeros')

Check Out our Parish Book and CD Area!

Check out our parish "Book Table" located in the gathering space near the parish office door.

Here you will find for sale the Catechism of the Catholic Church for $20.  We also are offering great Catholic Books for $4.  Check out the ever changing titles to choose from!

Check this 'self serve' table out anytime you are here!  Don't forget our great Lighthouse Display as well - many wonderful audio CD's for just $4 - they make great gifts and are awesome for those long car trips!

Near this area is also our 'Catholic Cabinets'! 

Here you will find unique gifts for those special occasions!   Available during parish office hours and also after Masses.

Staff Login

For our Parish and School Staff:

Click here to log into webmail

 

Weekly Homilies

Weekly Homilies - Liturgical Cycle A

To pair with the Scripture Readings and Gospel - use this link to USCCB ... Read More »

Upcoming Events

Experience Pietra Fitness…  Stretching and strengthening classes for women featuring Christian prayer in the Catholic tradition. Join us to revitalize body and soul with a combination of floor work, standing exercises, and balancing postures designed to leave you feeling strong, relaxed, and invigorated.  The class is appropriate for a wide range of ages and abilities. 
Pietra Fitness Level I classes will be offered for women on Thursdays at 6:30pm in Rm107 beginning March 16th thru Mid-May . Please bring a mat, water and wear comfortable clothing.  Please note - there will NOT be class on April 6 or April 13.
Learn more about Pietra at www.pietrafitness.com
 March 23, 2017 - Healing Service at Christ Episcopal Church at 7pm

A community gathering for all who have been hurt by the betrayal of sexual exploitation and violence, and who seek healing for a broken heart.   

All are invited to attend this powerful healing event – abuse survivors, their families and friends, all who have been hurt by the betrayal of sexual exploitation and violence, all of us who seek forgiveness and healing and for all who wish to start healing a broken heart. An informal reception will follow the service.  If you have questions or would like further information please call  218-322-4592.

Click HERE for printable flyer!