Prayers for our Country

A Holy Hour will be prayed every Tuesday in St. Joseph Church from

11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Please come and

pray the rosary and other prayers for our beloved country.


Mrs. Denise Woodard, 

2nd and 3rd Grade


​​Scrip Gift Cards are sold on Sundays after the 7 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Mass

in the Parish Office.

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All Are Welcome for Eucharistic adoration
Every Thursday (except on special occasions) from

1 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. the school children and 
teachers go to St. Joseph Church for Eucharistic adoration.  It is a break in the day that allows for peace and clarity. 
The children will be lead in a reflection to help them to love Jesus always. 

All are welcome to join them in this time of prayer and Catholic identity. The more we love Jesus, the happier we will be. Amen.

St. Joseph Church invites you to come home.

St. Joseph is looking into the repair and refurbishment of the remaining stained glass windows that were not included in the initial phases of the Church interior work. 

For information on "adopting" a window for refurbishment, please contact Father Chris Bohnsack at 419-683-2015.

Interested in the Catholic Faith or Know Someone Interested in the Catholic Faith?

St. Joseph Catholic Church, along with Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church sponsor the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) program for adults interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith. Meetings begin in September. If you know of someone who is inquiring about the Catholic Church, please encourage them to contact the parish office at 419-683-2015 or Kim Legge at 419-683-4438. One of the greatest gifts we can share with another person is the gift of faith!

331 N. Thoman St., Crestline, OH 44827

Mrs. Mary K Thompson

4th and 5th Grade


Mrs. Woodard has been teaching at St. Joseph since 2011. She received her Master's Degree in Education from MVNU, as well as her Reading Endorsement. Her undergrad work was completed at The Ohio State University. She lives in Shelby with her husband, Zach, her two stepchildren, their two year old son, Sullivan (who is the absolute apple of her eye), and their beagle, Shamus. She is a huge animal lover and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. When asked why she wanted to become a teacher, Mrs. Woodard stated, "I always knew I wanted to become a teacher. My father is a teacher, and I learned at an early age that I wanted his job.I have many great memories of my teachers throughout school. Many of them left lasting impressions. I wanted to be able to be that person for someone else. Watching a student gain confidence in themselves is the best part of my job. Plus being a teacher requires me to always remain young at heart, and who wouldn't love that?" We also asked what she loved most about working at St. Joseph. She said, "St. Joseph is a school unlike any others I have seen. We are a family. Everyone here truly cares about the well being of each and every one of our students and staff. The students are not only learning academically, but they are learning to be amazing role models and followers of God. I couldn't be more proud of where I work." 

Thank you, Mrs. Woodard, for all you do here at St. Joseph!

Liturgy Schedule

​includes Lector, Extra-Ordinary Ministers, Greeters, Gift Bearers, Ushers & Servers

Veterans from Sacred Heart of Jesus, Bethlehem and St. Jospeh, Crestline, Parishes were honored at the Holy Hour on Wednesday, Nov. 7.  Continue to pray for the safety of all of our friends and family that currently serve in the military.


Mrs. Thompson has been teaching for 19 years. She received her B.S. in Education from the University of Akron. She lives in Mansfield with her husband of 38 years, Rob. They have three children, Brian (married to Sarah) and twins, Michael and Casey (married to Matt). They also have one grandson, Jameson. In her spare time, she enjoys golfing, tennis and spending time with her family outside in warm weather. When asked why she wanted to become a teacher, Mrs. Thompson stated, "I became a teacher because when I was in school, I was fortunate enough to have several teachers that had a positive impact on my life. I wanted to be able to do the same for other students." We also asked what she loved most about working at St. Joseph. She said, "St. Joseph is a terrific place to work. My work family is very special to me. We rejoice in each others successes and pray for each others challenges. The students are outstanding. They care about each other, they are very respectful and they emulate the Christian values we try to teach. The parishioners have always been so kind and supportive. St. Joseph school is a remarkable place to work" 

Thank you, Mrs. Thompson, for all you do here at St. Joseph!

Readings for the Week of January 13, 2019​​​​​

​​Monday Heb 1:1-6, Ps 97:1, 2b, 6, 7c, 9, Mk 1:14-20 

Tuesday Heb 2:5-12, Ps 8:2a, 5-9, Mk 1:21-28 

Wednesday Heb 2:14-18, Ps 105:1-4, 6-9, Mk 1:29-39 

Thursday Heb 3:7-14, Ps 95:6-11, Mk 1:40-45 

Friday Heb 4:1-5, 11, Ps 78:3, 4bc, 6c-8, Mk 2:1-12 

Saturday Heb 4:12-16, Ps 19:8-10, 15, Mk 2:13-17 

Sunday Is 62:1-5, Ps 96:1-3, 7-10, 1Cor 12:4-11, Jn 2:1-11 

Parish Office Hours

8 a.m.  to 1 p.m.

Bishop Daniel E. Thomas confirmed the young parishioners of Sacred Heart of Jesus, Bethlehem and St. Joseph, Crestline Parishes on Oct. 23, 2018

Level 3 Snow Emergencies
Whenever a county/city within the Diocese of Toledo is placed under a Level 3 Snow Emergency, during which all roadways are closed to non-emergency personnel, the Catholic Churches within that geographic region will cancel the scheduled Saturday Vigil, Sunday, or Holy Day Masses.  Roman Catholics in that region, therefore, are dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass.  If Masses are cancelled, Catholics are encouraged to participate in Holy Mass via television, radio, or internet, making a spiritual Communion.  When Mass is cancelled, all other diocesan, parish, or school events in that geographic region are also cancelled.