The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, R.C.

856 Pacific Street
Brooklyn, NY 11238
info@stjosephbrooklyn.org

Phone (718) 638-1071
Fax (718) 398-2410
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THE CO-CATHEDRAL IS OPEN EVERY DAY

MONDAY – FRIDAY 7 AM TO 6 PM SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 8 am to 5 pm

LA CO-CATEDRAL DE SAN JOSÉ ABIERTO AL PÚBLICO TODOS LOS DÍAS

LUNES A VIERNES 7 AM A 6 PM SÁBADO Y DOMINGO 8 AM A 5 PM

SUNDAY MASSES/ MISA DOMINICAL

9:00 AM ENGLISH 10:30 AM EN ESPAÑOL 12:00 PM ENGLISH

MASS IN SPANISH MONDAY – FRIDAY 8 AM MISA EN ESPAÑOL LUNES A VIERNES 8 AM

Welcome!

On behalf of the parish family of the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph I like to welcome you. The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph was established in 1850 by the late Archbishop of New York, John Hughes. The parish is located in the beautiful Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn.

Initially founded to serve the vast immigrant population fleeing the Irish famine 1846-1852, St Joseph’s continues to meet the needs of immigrants from places as far away as Manhattan and Queens.

We would be pleased if you would join us for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, volunteer efforts to improve our community, prayers and devotion, quiet time and/or fellowship.

Whether you are a young hipster, an aging yuppie, a family that escaped from the jungles of Manhattan, or an immigrant family that has recently made your home in the United States — We hope you will find the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph’s to be a place you can call home!

Call Us Today! 718 638-1071

We are glad that you are visiting our parish site and encourage you to browse to learn more about our community. We invite you and your families to visit us and share in the Eucharist with us.

There is always room in our church for you to make it your spiritual home!

God Love You,
Monsignor Kieran Harrington

Please call the parish office 718 638-1071 during office hours to register to be a part of our parish family!

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