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At St. Joseph's, the Parish Finance Committee consists of parishioners appointed by the pastor who are qualified in financial matters. The Finance Committee meets regularly in the parish office.

The council meets to discuss the financial state of the parish.

"The 1983 Code of Canon Law has introduced a new and separate consultative body to parish life. "Each parish is to have a FINANCE COUNCIL which is regulated by universal law as well as by norms issued by the diocesan bishop" (3c).

"The purpose of the parish FINANCE COUNCIL is to provide that pastor with a group of Christian faithful who will aid him in the administration of parish goods according to these norms. While distinct from the PASTORAL COUNCIL of the parish, this FINANCE COUNCIL is to serve the goals and objectives set forth by the PASTORAL COUNCIL, both being guided by the mission statement of the parish."

Finance Commmittee Members:

Chair : Bob Weidle
Patrick Reid
Willie Nichols
John Schmuff

Parish Corporators:

Rick Long
Jim Hamilton


For more information about the St. Joe Fullerton Hospitality Ministry, contact Frederick Fonlon.

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The Hospitality Ministry exists to assist in the parish in creating a warm, loving, and welcoming environment to all families, friends, and visitors, who worship and socialize at St. Joseph Church.

Principal Function

To plan, organize, coordinate and host parish-wide receptions/events that do not fall under any specific ministry of the Church, and to be available for any other social activities when called upon. Events may include: the annual Parish Picnic, Pentecost Celebration, Chicken Dinner, musical events in the Parish Center, Faith Family and Fellowship, Donut Social, and any other Parish-wide event.


  • Be a parishioner of St. Joseph Church, demonstrating a committed walk with Christ
  • Be comfortable with food handling
  • Be comfortable with working in a kitchen. This includes set up, serving and clean up

Hospitality Ministry Duties & Responsibilities

Upcoming Organizational Meeting

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The Confraternity of the Most Holy Names of God and Jesus (Holy Name Society) promotes reverence for the Sacred Names of God and Jesus Christ, obedience and loyalty to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and the personal sanctification and holiness of its members. Members are called to contribute to the evangelization mission of the Church and to make perpetual acts of reverence and love for our Lord and Savior. The apostolate of the society is to assist in parish ministries by performing the Corporal Works of Mercy: to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, give drink to the thirsty, shelter to the homeless, tend the sick, visit those in prison, and bury the dead; as well as the Spiritual Works of Mercy: to convert sinners, instruct the ignorant, counsel the wayward, comfort the sorrowing, bear adversity patiently, forgive offenses, and pray for the living and the dead.

For more information about the St. Joseph Fullerton chapter of the Holy Name Society, please call the parish office at 410-256-1630.

Knights of Columbus

  • Membership Chairman

    Calvin Anthony

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Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in 1882, the Knights of Columbus was formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief works.

The Father Burggraff Council #6021

Father Burggraff Council No. 6021 of the Knights of Columbus was formally instituted on January 31, 1968. Like many new Councils in the Knights of Columbus, Father Burggraff Council had a series of meeting places including the St. Joseph's Church Hall before finding permanent home at 4110 1/2 Pine Hill Road in Perry Hall on May 19, 1977. Our Council's membership is approximately 132 Brother Knights. 

From the moment of our founding in 1882, charity has been the first principle of the Knights of Columbus. We are men of faith and men of action. Our charitable activities encompass an almost infinite variety of local, national and international projects. We undertake these acts of charity because we see those in need through the eyes of faith. Moreover, in the Knights of Columbus, we approach these acts of charity together. Pope Benedict XVI calls this the "practice of a community."

Today, we are looking for the next generation of Knights. Men of character and conviction who are driven by their faith and conscience to selflessly serve their families, Church, and communities. Men who are ready to be Knights. All men who are age 18 or older and are practicing Catholics are eligible to join the Knights of Columbus. If you'd like to be a part of an international organization of more than 1.9 million Catholic men whose principal work involves helping others in need, we'd like to meet you and invite you to join our council.



The Pastoral Council is a consultative body which works with the pastor and professional staff for the well-being of the parish, sharing the views of the parishioners, reviewing the progress of parish events and parish life, and assisting in the long-range planning. The members are chosen through a discernment process.

Pastoral Council Members:

Chair : George Wanga
Barbara Pierce-Lombardo
Frederick Fonlon
Art Doloroso
Frankie Cerquetti
Carl Cuneo
Ori Natividad
Connie Bacasnot
Larry Orendorff

Rosary Guild

  • Becky Drinks

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  • Mary Kay

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  • Ruth Ambrose

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New members are always welcome to be a part of this important ministry. We have distributed hundreds of blessed rosaries to many in our community and parish. If you would like one of our rosaries, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at the parish.

​If you would like to support the Rosary Guild Ministry , we will gratefully accept donations of medals for the rosary centerpieces as well as monetary donations to purchase rosary supplies. All are welcome, and instruction is provided.


We provide shawls/lap blankets to anyone who needs to feel the love and support of the St. Joseph Church Parish Community during a difficult time in their lives. Please call the office to let us know if you would like a blessed shawl for yourself or a loved one.

We also create the following items to give to those in need: adult and baby bibs; baby hats and blankets; quilts; tissue holders; and toiletry bags.

New members are always welcome to join this vibrant, fun ministry. You can support this important ministry through your donations of yarn and material. We also deeply appreciate monetary donations to help with the cost of materials. Please bring any donations to the office. If you need more details, contact Becky Drinks This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Sodality of Our Lady is a Marian group that sponsors spiritual, social and service activities.

The ladies of the parish sodality meet each month to increase their love for God through prayer and works of charity. 

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