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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.

 

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WELCOME TO SAINT JOSEPH PARISH IN HOLBROOK

 

CLERGY BENEFIT TRUST

 

2022 CATHOLIC APPEAL

Once a year, Catholics throughout the Archdiocese are asked to support their parish and the ministries of the archdiocese through the Catholic Appeal. Many of you may have received a letter from Cardinal Seán requesting your early support of the 2022 Catholic Appeal.  We hope that you will respond generously. You can make your gift by scanning the QR code, mailing back your pledge card or visiting www.bostoncatholicappeal.org/donate-now to make an online donation. Your gift helps put faith into action in countless and far-reaching ways. Thank you!

 

***IMPORTANT INFORMATION***

FROM ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON

From the Pandemic Response Team:

Mask Mandate for public Masses to be lifted on February 28th

As of February 28, masks will no longer be required at public Masses in the Archdiocese of Boston.

Priests, Deacons, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are no longer required to wear masks during the distribution of Communion, but the pastor may continue to require it if he wishes to do so.

Masks will also not be required in Parish Faith Formation programs as of February 28.

If a pastor decides that it is not yet time in his community for a dropping of a mask requirement, based on his knowledge of the needs of his particular community, he may continue to require the wearing of masks in his parish.

If the local municipality continues to require the wearing of masks in public places, the parish must comply with those regulations.

Parishes are still required to maintain, mark, and communicate a portion of each worship space as being reserved for those who wish to wear masks and social distance.

Parishes are also encouraged to continue to exercise and encourage caution in all parish activities.

Office Hours

Office is open 8a to 2p, M-W-TH-F. Closed Tuesdays.

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Mass Times:

Saturday:
4:00PM Vigil - Saint Joseph Parish 
4:00PM Vigil - Saint Michael Parish
Sunday: 
7:30AM - Saint Joseph Parish
9:00AM - Saint Michael Parish
11:00AM - Saint Joseph Parish 
Weekday:
Monday & Friday
9:00AM - Saint Michael Parish
Wednesday & Thursday
9:00AM - Saint Joseph Parish

 

There will be no Morning Mass on Tuesday and Saturday at either parish.

Confession:Welcome! By appointment only.  Please call the parish office to schedule. Click here for our staff directory.

 

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