Celebrate the Feast and Holy Day of Obligation for the Patroness of The Americas on Tuesday, December 12th. The annual diocesan celebration and torch pilgrimage from the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph begins at 11:00 AM with Catechesis, followed by Holy Mass at 12 Noon. The Blessing and Lighting of the Torches of the Faithful will take place after Holy Mass. The torch procession will continue at over 40 Catholic Churches throughout Brooklyn and Queens.
The Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture Presents a Christmas Concert, Beethoven’s Mass in C Major and selections from Handel’s Messiah on Saturday, December 16th at 6:00 PM from the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph.
On Sunday, December 3rd at 3:00 PM there will be a Mass celebrated by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio for the 100th Anniversary of the Priestly Ordination of Bishop Francis Xavier Ford, M.M. here at The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph. All are welcome!
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.
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
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