St. Zita’s Cupboard
St. Zita’s Cupboard is the gift shop at St. James. It is named after St. Zita, the patron of domestic workers. She lived in Lucca in Italy. From an early age Zita expressed great concern for the poor and helpless of Lucca. She loyally served the wealthy Fatinelli family for 48 years. Learn about St. Zita in the Catholic Encyclopedia.
St. Zita’s Cupboard offers books, music and audio CDs, handmade items, statues, jewelry, books, rosaries, baby items, bibles, coffee mugs, all-occasion cards, and crucifixes, and other items. Net income supports our many ministries and generating an income stream to help pay the mortgage of our parish.
St. Zita’s sells merchant cash/gift cards for various restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations. Some of our top sellers include Martins, Walmart, Sheetz, Home Depot, and Glory Days. Download the Merchant Card Order Form or Download the Ministry Order Form.
Amazon will also donate .5% of your purchases to St. James. Click here for how you can take advantage.
St. Zita's Cupboard Hours:
Before and after weekend Masses
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
St Zita’s is always looking for volunteers to serve as cashiers and help maintain an organized inventory. For more information, stop by or call St. Zita’s Cupboard and let them know you’d like to help or send an email to Ann Powers at [email protected]