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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

The Lord Jesus wants to love the world!

The Lord Jesus wants to love the world through you! You are a member of His body, the Church. The Church exists for the sake of carrying on the mission of our Lord and Savior. Have you ever thought that He desires to touch other people's lives through you Read more

New Temporary Administrator

Father Thomas Boudreau, Pastor of Saint Michael Parish in Avon, will be the Temporary Administrator of St. Joseph Parish effective 10-15-14. Fr. Tom asks for your prayers. Thank you to Fr. Matt for his leadership and guidance for the last several weeks.

Silver Rose for Our Lady of Guadalupe

The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring the Our Lady of Guadalupe Silver Rose, One Life, One Rose. For more information, please see the bulletin. program.

Children's Choir

Children's Choir for boys and girls in our parish who are in grades 2-8 will begin on Monday 9/29. Rehearsals - Mondays from 5:30 to 6:15pm in the choir loft. Choir will sing at the 9:30 Mass 2nd & 4th Sundays. Please call Mrs. Laura Grant at 781-767-1469

First Friday Adoration - October 3, 2014

Adoration 5pm to 10pm in the Church. "Could you not keep watch with me for one hour?" "Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation." Matthew 26: 40-41

Faustina - Messenger of Divine Mercy

October 5th, 7pm, St. Joseph Church. A live dramatic production about Divine Mercy Tickets $10. Call Barbara Gorman, 781-767-4107, or e-mail at

Religious Education

There will be a Parent Meeting during class time on 9/28, 29 & 30. Please stay. If you have any questions you may call 781-767-0563 or email: Confirmation classes meet on Sundays from 5 to 6:30PM. Grade 10 starts on 9/28.

Eucharistic Ministers Needed

We are in need of Eucharistic Ministers for the 4pm, 9:30am and 11:30am Masses. Please prayerfully consider answering this call. It is an extremely rewarding experience. If you are interested in this ministry, please call the Rectory.


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Mass Times:

Saturday: 4:00pm Vigil
Sunday: 7:30, 9:30, 11:30am

Weekdays:Monday - Saturday 9:00am

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

Cheverus School announces new principal

MALDEN -- Cheverus School and Sacred Hearts Parish announced the appointment of their new principal, Thomas Arria Jr., Sept. 26. Arria joins Cheverus School from Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he served as principal for the 2013-2014 school year . [Read More]

Marriage Experts Send Open Letter to Pope, Synod Members

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 29, 2014 ( - Marriage experts and marriage advocates from all over the world have signed an open letter addressed to Pope Francis and the members of the upcoming Synod on the Family. [Read More]

Opus Dei leader, Bishop Alvaro del Portillo, beatified in Madrid

MADRID (CNS) -- A Spanish bishop who worked as an engineer before becoming first prelate of the Opus Dei movement has been beatified in his native Madrid. [Read More]

English Catholic bishop resigns, admits affair with woman

HOVE, England (CNS) -- An English Catholic bishop has resigned after admitting that he has been "unfaithful to his promises as a Catholic priest." [Read More]

Pope: Greed, throwaway culture fuel 'hidden euthanasia' of elderly

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis warned against the abandonment and neglect of the elderly, calling it a "hidden euthanasia" rooted in today's "poisonous" culture of disposal and an economic system of greed. [Read More]


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