In 1923, Bishop A. J. Schuler of the El Paso Diocese authorized Fr. Doherty, Pastor of St. Joseph's Church, to build a school. It was admirably conducted by the Sisters of Loretto and had four grades. Every year after that, another grade was added. The Philosophy of St. Joseph's School is rooted in the belief that each student is a child of God who has been created for a definite purpose and destined for the eternal life in heaven.
June 19, 2021St. Joseph's Graduate Joins Texas 4000 in Memory of her Father
Carolina Mendez, a graduate St. Joseph's School, Coronado High School, and UT Austin, is taking a 4,000-mile bike ride to honor her late father, Gilbert.Read more
Endowed funds provide a vehicle through which individuals make outright or planned gifts that will have an everlasting impact on the ministry/parish/school. In time the income generated by the gift will far exceed the original donation.As a result, endowed funds provide a perpetual, supplemental source of income for such things as the enhancement of programs and ministries, facilities maintenance, scholarships and seminary assistance, priest retirement, etc. Learn more about endowed funds.
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Monthly giving is a powerful way to provide sustainable, long-term support. As little as $20 (66 cents a day) can make a difference for the people helped by the parishes, schools, ministries, and charities in the Diocese of El Paso.
Creating a bequest in your will for the Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of El Paso is a powerful statement in your legacy, and costs you nothing today.
Donors may create a Named Fund benefiting the endowed fund of their choice with a gift or pledge of $10,000 or more over a five-year period. If you're interested in creating a legacy in honor or memory of a loved one, contact us online or call (915) 872-8412.