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Welcome to St. Joseph Parish, Holbrook

St. Joseph Parish is a welcoming Catholic community in the small South Shore town of Holbrook, Massachusetts, with a rich history of faith-filled worship of the Lord and a mission to bring Christ to the world through our worship, the sacraments, our school, and our families. All are welcome.

Parish News

CCD - Important Notice

Sunday Religious Education classes will start at 9:30AM beginning on October 26. Classes will run from 9:30AM to 10:45AM followed by the 11AM Mass in the Church.

"In Your Service" - Fr. Tom Boudreau

Dear Parishioners of St. Joseph & St. Michael Parish, The Archbishop of Boston has made me the Administrator of St. Joseph Parish in Holbrook in addition to my Pastorship at St. Michael Parish in Avon. Read more

New Mass Schedule

For New Mass Schedule for both St. Joseph and St. Michael Parishes, please refer to the bulletin. Read more

Parish Bazaar - November 8, 2014

Our Parish Bazaar will take place on November 8th. White Elephant Table - Book Table - Wheel of Cheer - Basket Raffles - Baked Goods - Toy Wheel - Bobbles and Bangles - Religious Goods - Knitted Goods - Lucky Star Roll-Ups.


Our parish is now offering ONLINE GIVING. For additional information, or to sign up, visit the link here: Read more

Children's Choir

Future details forthcoming.


Religious Ed

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Event Calendar



Mass Times:

Saturday: 4:00pm Vigil (Both Parishes)
Sunday: 7:30am (St. Joseph), 9:00 (St. Michael), 11:00am (St. Joseph)

Weekdays: Monday and Friday - 9:00am St. Michael & Wednesday and Thursday - 9am St. Joseph.  There will be no Morning Mass on Tuesday and Saturday at either parish.

Confession:Welcome! Saturday 3:00-3:45pm or by contacting a priest. Click here for our staff directory

Eucharistic Adoration: 9:30-11:30am, Thursdays (Sept-May)


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News from the Pilot and Archdiocese

Nun's murderer says family's forgiveness gave him 'new life'

UDAINAGAR, India (CNS) -- The man who served a prison term for the 1995 murder of a Franciscan Clarist nun said that the forgiveness shown to him by the slain nun's family has given him "new life." [Read More]

EPA's Clean Power Plan draws interest from Catholic organizations

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- About the time in June that the Environmental Protection Agency introduced a plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants, Martha Huckabay and her neighbors in St. Rose, Louisiana, began to smell a foul odor from a chemical storage facility near their home. [Read More]

Former secretary says St. John Paul II shared his flock's sorrows, joys

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- On his first visit to a Washington shrine dedicated to the man he worked under for nearly 10 years, the former secretary to St. Pope John Paul II said he was "deeply impressed" by the tribute and could feel the late pontiff's presence within the building. [Read More]

Pope says humility, interior renewal essential for Christian unity

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis said humility and an openness to "interior renewal" are prerequisites for Christian unity. [Read More]

Elections seen as test of change in Ukraine

KIEV, Ukraine (CNS) -- Although they disagree about how unstoppable the process is and they have a varying degree of fear about what Russia might do, religious and political leaders in Ukraine say their society underwent a fundamental shift in February, making Ukrainians realize they have both dignity and responsibilities for their country's future. [Read More]


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