The St. Joseph’s Orphanage Press commenced its impressions in 1924, under the leadership of Mar James Kalassery, to provide printing services of all nature. With our commendably experienced and dedicated staff, state-of-the-art technology and quality control, excellence of output is assured. In 1967 during the period of Mar Mathew Kavukattu the bookstall started functioning . In 2008 it was reorganized as a trust.
However, a striking shift of the printing epoch was from the letter press to the offset technology, added to it on 31st January 1997, by Archbishop Mar Joseph Powathil in the presence of Mar George Kocherry who funded for the machinery. In 2006, web printing complemented to our industry during the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the Archdiocese of Changanacherry.
It marked a new experience of a unique technology in printing when, on the 9th of September 2009, (09-09-09) Metropolitan Archbishop Mar Joseph Perumthottam dedicated the renovated high-tech printing press to the public. As we consider printing to be one of the most influencial instrument on modern society, we deem it as a medium to serve and enrich our culture. At St. Joseph’s Orphanage Press moderate rates go hand in hand with timely delivery. Our promise is to provide a worthy and rewarding printing experience.