The St. Joseph Croatian Catholic Church was founded in 1904 to serve the Croatian population of the Soulard area in south St. Louis. The church moved to the current location when the parish purchased the property from the Ursuline Sisters in 1927. The church continues to conduct services in Croatian along with English.

Date of organization: 01/01/1904
Date of building construction: 01/01/1927
Archdiocese: St. Louis
Diocese: St. Louis

Address/Location:
2112 S. 12th St.
St. Louis, Missouri United States
63104

Contact Tel#: 314 – 771- 0958

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  1. Hello,

    I am writing to request you please share information about the 2nd annual conference of the association of Croatian American professionals to be held this May in Chicago. If you could add information in your bulletin – it would be wonderful!

    The Association of Croatian American Professionals (ACAP) is excited to invite you to the 2nd annual conference on May 12th at 8am in the Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel in Chicago. We are delighted to host keynote speakers Renato Libric, CEO & Founder of Bouxtie Inc. and two-time Super Bowl champion, David Diehl along with a number of high profile and innovative speakers. Conference topics include education, entrepreneurship, legal issues for startup and emerging ventures, journalism and media, athletics, a health tourism breakout session and a workshop focusing on social media. Attendees will also have the opportunity to join the Croatian-American Day festivities on Daley Plaza for lunch. In the evening, ACAP will host a Gala Awards Dinner with honored guest, Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, who will give opening remarks. Additional conference events include a welcome reception on the evening of May 11th and a group tour of downtown Chicago on May 13th.

    Tickets, award nomination forms, sponsorship information and event details can be found at http://www.acap2017.com or by emailing chicago@croampro.com

    For more information, please reach out to: Sandra Marijan 773-501-5938
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    Hvala!

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