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St. Joseph's Church, Jasper

(45+ reviews on the web)
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St. Joseph Catholic Church is a historic Roman Catholic church located at 1215 N. Newton Street in Jasper, Dubois County, Indiana. It was built between 1867 and 1904, and is a large, Romanesque Revival style, solid sandstone block building. It features a large stone bell tower and steeple measuring 235 feet high.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
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  • Very beautiful church with good acoustics. Could hear everything the priest said. Very ornate and old, but in good shape.  more »
  • This church was built many years back by the German imigrants that came to the Jasper area. It's amazing the architecture of this building and how well it has held up to time. It really is a place you...  more »
  • Wonderful old gothic style church. Beautiful pipe organ. Masses can be a bit more traditional- patrons nicely dressed in "Sunday clothes".  more »
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  • Great old Church
  • Beautiful place
  • Pretty architecture !
  • I was raised in this church baptism and communion. I always come home and walk back in. This church is like the one's in Europe
  • This Church is truly an awesome Catholic Church! If you have never been there, you should really visit! It is on the National Register of Historic Places. It also has some very beautiful mosaics on the walls and some very beautiful stained glass windows. :) The Mass is awesome too!