Annual Diocesan Migration Mass 2017

The Annual Diocesan Migration Mass will be held at The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph on Saturday, November 18th at 2:00 pm celebrated by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.

All Soul’s Day

The parish family of St. Joseph will celebrate All Soul’s Day on November 2nd. There will be a bilingual Mass at the Co-Cathedral at 7:00 PM.

This year, we ask that you bring framed photos of friends and family members who have gone home to Jesus with you to Mass on October 29th. These photos will be placed on the altar rail for one week in remembrance of their life. Then on All Soul’s Day, the photos will be incensed and blessed during Mass.

Mass For Solidarity With Puerto Rico

On Friday, 10/20/17 at 7:00 PM, join Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph as we celebrate a special Mass of Solidarity with Puerto Rico as they recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Father Frederick Cintron, Director of Our Lady Mother of Divine Providence, and Pastor at St. Catharine of Alexandria, will preach the homily.

The Mass will be broadcasted LIVE from The Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Prospect Heights at 7:00 PM.

You may watch the Mass LIVE on:
Spectrum, channel 97
Optimum, channel 30
FiOS by Verizon, channel 48 & On Demand
Live and worldwide online from your computer or mobile device

Monsignor Harrington: In The Arena

On an all-new In the Arena , Monsignor Kieran Harrington talked to attorney Ed Pozzuoli, who shared his predictions about the mid-term elections next year.  Then he was joined by Thomas Grech of the Queens Chamber of Commerce and physicist Michael Guillen, author of 5 books, including Can a Smart Person Believe in God?  All this and more on In the Arena, faith at the forefront of todays news and events.

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Congreso de Familias: “NUESTRA TIERRA DARA SU FRUTO”

Los invitamos a todos a ser parte de este evento tan especial, es una oportunidad de compartir en familia la predicacion de la Palabra y celebrar en comunidad la Fe con musica y teatro.

Sigan cada detalle del eventos en: 

Invita: Co-Catedral de San Jose
Da: 14 de Octubre
Hora: 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m.
Informes: [email protected] – 718-638-1071

Monsignor’s Message – Independence Day

This is a message from Msgr. Kieran Harrington, Vicar for Communications for the Diocese of Brooklyn that appears in The Tablet:

The America experiment began 241 years ago. Our founding fathers discerned that all human beings have certain natural rights that were bestowed upon us, not from a monarch or government, but from Almighty God. This assertion of inalienable rights and the corresponding claim of national sovereignty placed our fledgling nation on a path to war with Great Britain. Blood was spilled and a nation was born. As we celebrate our national independence, let us never forget the risk and sacrifice of our forefathers. May God grant us the same courage as we confront the particular challenges we face in the modern era.

May God bless you,
Monsignor Kieran Harrington, V.E.

Monsignor’s Message – Corpus Christi Sunday

This is a message from Msgr. Kieran Harrington, Vicar for Communications for the Diocese of Brooklyn that appears in The Tablet:

Corpus Christi Sunday is one of my favorite celebrations in the liturgical calendar. In a mystical way, at each Mass, we stand beside Christ at Calvary. Not all Christians share this belief. Baptists, Pentecostals, and non-denominational churches are all non-liturgical communities. These services are a mixture of scripture and preaching, prayer and praise. The charismatic nature of these worships is appealing to many. The focus is on the experience of the worshipper. Catholics, Orthodox churches, Lutherans, and Episcopalians all belong to liturgical communities. We all place an emphasis on Eucharistic celebrations. Our worships are very similar. Despite these similarities in worships, the theological differences are significant. By the laying of hands, our priests act in the person of Christ the Head of the Church and they represent for us the saving acts of Christ. The power of the words of our Lord manifested as His own Body and Blood upon the Altar. Saint Thomas Aquinas explained that even as the chemical composition is the same (accident), the underlying reality (substance) is now the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. How can we fail in gratitude to worship so great a mystery?

May God bless you,
Monsignor Kieran Harrington, V.E.

Daily Masses For April 28

Pope Francis is visiting Egypt on Friday, April 28th and Saturday, April 29th.

Our televised daily Masses from the Co-Cathedral on April 28th may be preempted to provide LIVE coverage of this historic visit on NET TV.

Our daily Masses will still take place at 8:00am and 9:00am in the church. You are most welcomed to attend. Thank you for your understanding.

You may watch the LIVE coverage of the historic visit on:

Spectrum, channel 97
Optimum, channel 30
FiOS by Verizon, channel 48 & On Demand
Worldwide on

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Monsignor’s Message – Easter Sunday

This is a message from Msgr. Kieran Harrington, Vicar for Communications for the Diocese of Brooklyn that appears in The Tablet:

He is risen! Our Easter celebration is the Lord’s victory over sin and death. In these last forty days, we have fasted and prayed. We have sought to purify our hearts and put to death inordinate desires. Some of us are in bondage to anger and resentment, others are captive to addictions, others struggle with sadness or ill health. Christ will nail all these to the cross. We are like the good thief, convicted and justly condemned. Yet, if we acknowledge our sins and but beg the Lord to remember us – we can be sure to share with Him eternal life.

May God bless you.
Monsignor Kieran Harrington, V.E.