Church: Corner Macquarie & Harrington Streets
Monastery: 65 Harrington Street, Hobart
Phone: (03) 6234 4866
St. Joseph’s Church is located on the corner of Macquarie & Harrington Streets in central Hobart. It is the centre of worship for Hobart Catholic Parish.
St Joseph’s is the oldest Catholic Church in Hobart. The first Mass was celebrated on Christmas Day 1841.
The Community at St Joesph’s welcomes visitors. Jo and Ros from Sydney wrote, “We want to pass on a heartfelt thanks for your warm welcome at Saturday Night Mass. Apart from Midnight Mass in Slovenia last Christmas your parish has been the most welcoming we have ever encountered. I thought that you and your parishioners deserved to know how much it meant to two travellers.
Saturday morning: 8.00 am
Saturday evening (Vigil): 6.30 pm
Sunday: 7.30 am, 9.30 am, 11.00 am
Monday – Friday: 8.00 am, 12.10 pm (see note below)
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament normally follows the 8.00 am weekday Mass until midday when Benediction precedes the 12.10 pm Mass.
There is no Exposition or Benediction on public holidays.
Mass times are subject to change, especially during holiday periods.
Visit the Archdiocese of Hobart web site for Mass times at other Tasmanian parishes.
NOTE: THE COMMUNITY WILL BE AWAY for a National Conference during the coming week – Monday 19th until Friday 23rd November. Mass & Reconciliation times during this period will be:
Monday: Mass 8am & 12.10pm.
No Reconciliation. Church closes 1pm.
Tuesday: No 8am Mass, 12.10pm only followed by Reconciliation.
Church Closes 1pm.
Wednesday: No 8am Mass, 12.10pm only followed by Reconciliation.
Church Closes 1pm.
Thursday: Mass 8am & 12.10pm followed by Reconciliation.
Church closes 1pm.
Friday: Mass 8am & 12.10pm followed by Reconciliation.
Church closes 1pm. No 5pm Reconciliation.
There will be NO EXPOSITION OR BENEDICTION during the week.
Reconciliation – Sacrament of Penance
Monday – Thursday: 12.30 – 1.00 pm
Friday: 12.30 – 1.00 pm; 5.00 – 5.30 pm
Saturday: 4.00 – 4.30 pm; 6.00 – 6.30 pm
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