During the pandemic, the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph became the base for live-streaming Masses in multiple languages. A state-of-the-art broadcast studio was part of renovations following Pope Benedict XVI’s designating the co-cathedral title in 2013.
Bishop Brennan is the host of the weekly 30-minute podcast that gives him the chance to explore questions of faith that affect the everyday lives of people living in New York City.
Music Director Alejandro Zuleta and Choir Leader Cristina Maria Castro at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph in Prospect Heights believe that music is the best medicine to bring parishioners back to the pews following the Covid pandemic.
New lives as Catholic priests in the Diocese of Brooklyn await three men set to be ordained Saturday, June 4 at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph.
Saturday night was a dream come true for Christie St. Juste. Not only did she participate in the Easter Vigil at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, but she was also baptized into the Catholic faith.
The time-honored ritual of recreating the act of Jesus Christ washing the feet of His disciples during the Last Supper was the highlight of the Holy Thursday Mass at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph on April 14.
For Jessica Figueroa, there was only one way to get into the spirit of Holy Week: being among the scores of Catholics from the Diocese of Brooklyn’s large and vibrant Hispanic community who celebrated Palm Sunday in a procession led by Bishop Robert Brennan.
Bishop Robert J. Brennan celebrated Mass Saturday, Dec. 4 at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph to observe World Youth Day. He urged youth teenagers from across the Diocese of Brooklyn to be like St. Joseph, cast off fear, and “Don’t be afraid to give yourself to Jesus.”
Immediately following the 8 a.m. Mass every weekday morning at the Co_Cathedral of St. Jospeh, Father Christopher Heanue, the co-cathedral rector, leads a devotional prayer — a different prayer each day.
On Saturday, hundreds of people came to the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph to see Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrate Mass to mark the 25th anniversary of his episcopacy. The congregation included a large contingent of the bishop’s family and friends who filled the front pews of the co-cathedral.