The Fellowship Committee is a standing subcommittee of the Pastoral Council. The members of this committee are dedicated to fostering fellowship and the building of relationships and friendships among our parishioners. They also organize parties and events throughout the year and collaborate with the Evangelization Team and others in planning social events for parishioners and eventual visitors.
This committee also coordinates the parish bereavement ministry which provides a reception for the family and friends of our deceased parishioners after the funeral celebration. The chairperson of our Fellowship Committee is Marilyn Archer (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please contact her for more information or to volunteer with any of our events.
The Building & Maintenance Committee is a standing subcommittee of the Pastoral Council. The people of this committee work with the Pastor to ensure the upkeep of the parish plant, including necessary building repair, appearance and routine maintenance. Given the historic nature of our parish buildings, there is a need for members with experience and knowledge of any areas of expertise connected with construction, repairs, landscaping, electrical, plumbing, and general contracting.
Please contact the office for more information or report and issue.
The Fundraising Committee is a standing subcommittee of the Pastoral Council. The members of this committee work in conjunction with the Finance Council and the parish office in order to organize the various fundraisers of the parish. The committee brainstorms on new ways of raising money for the parish and works to solicit the participation of our parishioners. The work of this committee is often “behind-the-scenes”, but our pastoral outreach and parish events would not be financially possible without their dedicated work and service.
The chairperson of our Fundraising Committee is Linda Radomski. Please contact her for more information or to volunteer for any of our fundraising efforts.
"The Message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the Power of God." - 1 Corinthians 1:18
Although the cross was intended to be an instrument of torture and death, in Christ it became a means of life and salvation. It is through Christ’s death on the cross that death has been conquered and the gates of eternal life have been opened. In this living faith we lay to rest our beloved dead in consecrated ground to await the day when Christ will raise our mortal bodies to be with him forever.
Burial in a Catholic cemetery is an affirmation of our faith, an expression of the dignity and reverence we owe to our departed loved ones and an act of respect and honor for the beauty and sacredness of the human body. The cemeteries of our diocese are maintained and operated with great care and devotion. Quiet surroundings pay tribute to those who have been laid to rest and give a sense of peace and comfort to families and friends left behind. Those who are buried there are daily remembered in our Masses and prayers. Deacon Steve Wulf, Diocesan Director of Catholic Cemeteries.
St. Joseph Cemetery | On the corner of N. Pace & W. Jackson | Pensacola, FL | Phone: 850-436-6461.