St. Joseph (Natrona) Parish

                                                                                                    48 Spruce Street; Natrona, PA 15065      Phone: 724-224-1336

HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE THANKSGIVING!......THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL #2602 WILL BE HOLDING THEIR NEXT PANCAKE & SAUSAGE BREAKFAST ON NOVEMBER 19 - PARISHIONERS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!......"FROM THY BOUNTY" SOUP SERVICE - NOVEMBER 30 (see bulletin for more info)......THE 2017-2018 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CALENDAR IS AVAILABLE UNDER THE MASS AND LAY SCHEDULES TAB.......TO VIEW THE ALLEGHENY VALLEY (NATRONA HEIGHTS TO SPRINGDALE) PARISH CONFIGURATION RECOMMENDATIONS, SEE LINK BELOW ON THIS PAGE......A COMMEMORATIVE ST. JOSEPH PARISH MUG WITH A PICTURE OF THE ST. LADISLAUS ALTAR IS AVAILABLE FOR SALE FOR $8 (SEE PICTURE OF MUG UNDER UPCOMING EVENTS TAB) - PLEASE CONTACT PATTY BABINSACK AT 724-226-1812.......CHECK THE "UPCOMING EVENTS" TAB FOR PARISH ACTIVITIES......CHECK OUT OUR BULLETIN SECTION FOR THE LAST FOUR WEEKS OF BULLETINS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE......CLICK ON THE 'USEFUL LINKS' CHOICE AT THE TOP TO ACCESS WEB SITES OF THE DIOCESE OF PGH., OLMBS PARISH, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS #2602 COUNCIL, ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL AND OTHER SITES......CLICK ON THE LINK LABELED "BULLETINS" AT THE TOP TO ACCESS THE LATEST PARISH BULLETIN REGARDING MASS TIMES AND OTHER INFORMATION......WE APPRECIATE YOUR FEEDBACK ON OUR WEBSITE - SEND YOUR COMMENTS TO DON TUROWSKI AT [email protected]

St. Joseph Parish is located approximately 25 miles northeast
 of Pittsburgh, PA in the town of Natrona.
   It was formed in 1992 by merging the three Roman Catholic parishes in Natrona:  
St. Mathias (an ethnic Slovak parish), St. Ladislaus (an ethnic Polish parish), 
and the "old" St. Joseph Parish (a non-ethnic parish).  
Our website is a place to access information about the parish.
   Weekly bulletins and other information relating to the parish can be found here.
   We hope that you stop back often for news about St. Joseph Parish!

St. Joseph Parish in Natrona is a  Roman Catholic community with a rich history.  Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we celebrate Word and Eucharist.  As disciples, we are called to serve Jesus Christ

in each other through evangelization, leadership and stewardship.

We strive throughout our faith journey to touch the lives

of all God's children  so that we may give glory
 to the Almighty Father.

Click below to see the OnMission for The Church Alive! Recommendations  for Upper Allegheny Valley (Natrona Heights to Springdale):


PARISH GROUPING RECOMMENDATIONS - SEPTEMBER 2017