Thank you to our little helpers for their work in preparing bags of groceries to be handed out to those in need in our parish area.
St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Monsignor Frank A. Carfagna,Pastor
Located in Canton, Ohio is a church within the Diocese of Youngstown, with over 1200 families as members of the community. Founded in 1902, the parish continues to serve the spiritual needs of the Roman Catholic in Stark County. We strive to be an active Christian presence in the local community. We welcome all new members. Please register at the rectory during normal business hours: Mon – Fri, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM by stopping in or calling 330-453-2526.
Msgr. Carfagna will be live on Facebook saying this coming Sunday Mass @ 9:00AM. This will be live streaming only and not open for the congregation to attend. If you have a Facebook account search for “Saint Joseph Church Canton” and click on join. Please spread the word to join in and celebrate Mass with […]
After month of suspending Masses, the Catholic Council of Ohio Bishops have determined that Sunday Liturgy can resume on the Solemnity Pentecost, May 30/31, 2020. We will have our regular Mass times. Weekday Masses will also resume beginning on May 25, 2020 @ 8:00AM. Guidelines are attached. Public Liturgies Guidelines We will continue to […]
We have officially kicked off our 2018 Capital Campaign Our Faith Our Future. Please use the drop down box under NEWS to view our Capital Campaign Brochure explaining the purpose of the campaign, Announcements and how you can contribute using the Giving Pledge Card. More information can be obtained by calling the rectory office. If […]
We are in the process of locating missing 1st Communion group pictures that we would like to have displayed with those that we currently have. They are hanging along the walls of the first floor in the school building around the Religious Ed Office. The years that we are missing are:1920, 1921, 1922, 1924, 1925, […]
Please join our Lay Leader of Prayer, Denny Kinkead on Sunday, June 7th at 4:00PM. This service will be open for the congregation to attend with the same Public Liturgies Guidelines as the Sunday Masses. Watch the live streaming of May 3rd Prayer Service that took place on Facebook, with the link below. https://youtu.be/7Z2f6YcMt_g