Welcome to the web pages of Saint Joseph Parish serving the historic West End and Beacon Hill neighborhoods of the great city of Boston. Saint Joseph Parish provides so much to so many, all by the grace and life of God our Father and in the name of His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Our beautiful and reverent celebration of the Mass is made more so by the faithful and active participation of all present. Both the daily and Sunday celebration of the Mass provides an oasis of grace and faith for not only parishioners but for those who work in the city and for those tourists who may be traveling from other parts of the world. It is through the Eucharist that we can accomplish the other works of service and mercy that so define our Catholic tradition. Each day, through the grace of Christ we try to build this holy place of Saint Joseph into a monument of what it means to be prayerfully and generously worthy of the promises of Christ- all in the middle of a public square often alive with voices calling folks elsewhere. As you navigate through these pages, please know that all at Saint Joseph Parish welcome you and pray for you daily.
10 AM - 12PM, 1PM-3PM, or by appointment.
- Lent Daily Reflection
Visit our website daily throughout Lent as we offer a daily reflection to assist with living Lent with the Lord! Navigate to "Daily Reflection" from the menu at the top of the home page or click here.
- Current renovation work by reconciliation room, behind Sacred Heart Statue Created through the generosity of Joseph V. Nemensky & Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Nemensky, in memory of Amelia Bernicoska Nemensky.
Moisture and years of wall plaster corrosion have caused destruction. Having now repainted the exterior brick, this is the current "project" underway. Please excuse the inconvenience while repairs are restoration are underway.
- Adult Confirmation March 18 and 25, April 1st and 8th, 7-8:30PM.
The Paulist center is offering a program to prepare active, practicing adult Catholics for the Sacrament of Confirmation. It will take place on the four Monday evenings listed above. The sessions will include a review of Sacraments, especially Baptism and the Eucharist, as well as the history and theology of Confirmation. Through prayer and discussion, we will explore the roles of faith and the Church in our lives. These particular sessions are geared towards celebrating this Sacrament on Sunday, April 28th at Our Lady of Good Voyage Shrine in the Seaport District. Contact Fr Chuck Cuniff, CSP at email@example.com for more information.
- Saint Luke's Guild: Sunday, Mar 31st 11:30AM Mass and following
The opioid epidemic continues to take a lethal toll on our population. One group at increased risk of overdosing is peripartum women. In this presentation, two Guild members with extensive experience treating pregnant with opioid use disorder (OUD) will share their thoughts on how to successfully treat this at-risk population.
Featuring: Lucy Bayer-Zwirello, Chief of Maternal Fetal Medicine at Saint Elizabeth's Medical Center and Co-director of the Maternal Comprehensive Health and Addiction Treatment program, and Mark Albanese, an addiction psychiatrist, and Director of Adult Psychiatry & Addictions at Cambridge Health Alliance, on the faculty of Harvard Medical School.
- Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Workshop, Friday, April 12, 9:30 AM
A Montessori method of religious education, which creates an environment for children to both form a relationship with God and learn about the Catholic faith. Those interested in learning more on behalf of your family and parish, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular Weekend Mass
Saturday Vigil 4:00PM
Sunday at 9:00AM, 11:30AM, and 5:00PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
20 minutes prior to all Masses, or any time by appointment
March is National Irish-American Heritage Month.