Saint Joseph Catholic Community is a parish in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. It was served by priests and brothers of the religious order called the Society of Mary, or Marianists, from 1981 until June, 2020. 

Starting July 1, 2020, SJCC is served by priests from the Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter.

SJCC Mission Statement

We, the members of Saint Joseph Catholic Community, embrace the Gospel as we celebrate the sacraments, share our faith, and create a spiritual home for our neighbors.

Inspired by the Blessed Virgin Mary’s willingness to say “yes” to the Holy Spirit, we:

  • Nourish and strengthen the faith of each individual and family,
  • Embody Jesus in our personal actions and parish ministries, and
  • Profess God’s message to our neighbors.

Our Staff

Walking with our parishioners on their spiritual journeys. It’s not just our job – it’s our vocation.  


Our Parish Pastoral Plan

Each of us in our community, through our baptism, is called to grow in faith and to deepen our discipleship. Furthermore, we accept that we have a mission beyond ourselves to invite others to faith. Our Parish Pastoral Plan helps us to renew our faith and supports us as we invite others to take up the challenge of being disciples along with us.

Our new organizational chart

View the current Parish Pastoral Plan.

View Archbishop Lori’s updated “A Light Brightly Visible: Lighting the Path to Missionary Disciples 2.0”


Our History

Beginning in 1852 and continuing more than 150 years later, SJCC continues to serve the faithful.