Since its founding in 1888, more than 1,900 priests have received their formation and education at the Pontifical College Josephinum. Ordained alumni are active today in 48 states in the United States and in 18 foreign countries. Similarly, our alumni who are members of the lay faithful are making profound contributions to the life of the Church through a commitment to family, distinguished work in their professions, and witness to service.


The Josephinum periodically publishes an alumni directory available to all alumni. To obtain an electronic copy in Adobe pdf format, or to report a change of address to help us keep our information up to date, please contact Allison Moore, Advancement Associate, at 614-985-2203.

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New address or parish assignment? New job or family news? We want to hear from you! Use this online form to keep us updated. 

Save the Date for Alumni Day 2021!

Alumni Day 2021 will take place on Thursday, September 30! An added attraction: Alumni are invited to attend the Laghi Chair Lecture the prior evening, Wednesday, September 29, by Dr. Jonathan Reyes in The Jessing Center at 7:00 p.m. There will be a reception for the alumni attendees after the lecture. More event news forthcoming!

Seasonal Aerial Photo Collection

Enjoy the beauty of the Josephinum year-round!  Download a stunning collection of seasonal aerial photos of campus for use as the background or screensaver on your device! 

Celebrating the Year of Saint Joseph

On December 8, 2020, Pope Francis declared the coming one-year period as the Year of Saint Joseph, coinciding with the 150-year anniversary of Saint Joseph being named by Blessed Pius IX as the Patron of the Universal Church.
Saint Joseph has always held a special place in the Josephinum family. Our annual commemoration of his solemnity on March 19th dates back to our very beginnings. Today, more than a century later, Saint Joseph is still at the heart of this community. Our vision is to send out into the world holy priests who are rooted in Jesus Christ and who look to Saint Joseph as their model and special patron. 
As we continue in this Year of Saint Joseph, we share a tribute to Saint Joseph, composed by alumnus and former faculty member Father Robert Gonzalez T'78. Ite ad Ioseph! Go to Joseph!”