Welcome to Our Parish Community!

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Welcome to Our Lady of Grace and St. Joseph, two of the most deeply-rooted and oldest Roman Catholic churches in the United States. As of January 2008, we merged into one parish. We would like to extend a warm greeting to you and encourage you to explore the ministries and activities that occur in our parish.

We are a large community that is here to help fulfill your spiritual needs as well as help you find some peace in the busy Hoboken and Jersey City areas. We are here to help support you locally as you live the Catholic faith in a global society, and we welcome you to share your talents and interests with us. Each day we strive to create a spirit-filled and service-oriented parish that is a beacon of faith, hope, and love not only within our community but in our society as well.

Please feel free to visit us at any time, join us at one of our Masses, or attend one of our events. Welcome to our parish, and we look forward to growing in faith with you!

Latest News

Summer is a time to stop and renew ourselves. We go to the shore, the lakes or for hikes and excursions so we can refresh ourselves. Our 19th century buildings also need uplifts and new life and we have some major projects coming up.

We recently removed the benches from St. Joseph’s Church, which will be refurbished and returned to the church in the late Fall. This will also allow the plastering and painting to begin, which the people have waited for a long time. Later on we hope to clean and freshen up the woodwork around the church and choir loft. We also will eventually put in a new floor and fix the terrazzo floors. This is all part of the 150th anniversary of St. Joseph and setting it for the next century. We have had to expend almost $30,000 to repair the roof on the rectory and the side of the rectory from water penetration. And some gutters, exterior cracks and stained glass at St. Joseph Church in preparation for the plastering and painting.

While the interior painting and plastering work is ongoing, St. Joseph Masses will be held in the basement Church Hall.  Please enter from the alleyway next to the handicapped ramp.

At OLG, we have engineers surveying the structure as the first step toward air-conditioning the church, which with archdiocesan approval, can be done by next Spring. We will select one engineer to draw up plans and then have contractors bid on the project. This is an expensive proposition and one we can do with your financial support. This will be the last project at OLG since we have restored the entire church over the last five years. We are also replacing the OLG Rectory kitchen in the Fall.

19th century buildings require a lot of care and we have done our best thanks to you. We have a lot to be proud of with the history given to us and setting us for the future.

On September 19, 2021, classes for CCD begin. Registration is now kicking off. Please click the registration links on the right side of our homepage.  For more information about our CCD program, please click here.

If your child is new to the program and not baptized at OLG/SJ, we will need a copy of your child's baptismal certificate. If baptized at OLG/SJ, then the date of the Baptism will suffice. All families participating in the program must be registered parishioners of OLG/SJ.

We look forward to a great year for our CCD program!

We welcome any adult who needs to complete the Sacraments of Communion or Confirmation as well as any adult who would like to become Catholic to contact Fr. Phil.  Formation sessions begin in September.

FunFest is back but in the Fall in a new way of celebrating on Sunday, September 26, from 10 AM to 4 PM. We will hold it entirely on the OLG Property with games of chance, a bouncy house, children’s arts, racing, and the Book Sale in the School Hall. The bar, Tricky Tray, Money Wheel, Super 50/50, and Bernadette’s Cafe will be in the Willow Ave. parking lot. The Corn Hole competition sponsored by Willie McBride’s will take place behind Kelly Hall. And a second bouncy house will be found in the Courtyard. Vendors will not be a part of this event.

The NiteFest will take place on Saturday evening, September 25, from 6 to 10 PM with our DJ, dancing, Money Wheel, Tricky Tray and Reverse Raffle, Bernadette’s Café and Spanish food.

For more info, please click here.  We welcome you to come out and have some fun!

The Funfest Super 50/50 Raffle is underway!  Each ticket is $5 with 5 in a book ($25 per book). We have more books available in church and at the Parish Center and St. Joseph Rectory for those who would like some or more tickets. The drawing will be held at the close of our FunFest on Sunday, September 26, 2021, 4 PM in the Willow Ave. parking lot.  You have to be in it to win it!

The St. Joseph's Flea Market has re-opened with a new schedule! Come every FRIDAY from 10 am to 12 noon and SUNDAY after the 10 am Mass to the St. Joseph's Flea Market in the Church basement at 61 Monroe Street in Hoboken. Park in our lot next to the rectory and enter through the alley between the rectory and the church.
Get great buys on clothing, accessories, household goods, decor, seasonal items and more. We also accept donations of clean, gently-used items during office hours and flea market hours only.
Please stop by to check it out!

Tickets for the parish's bimonthly raffle are available after Mass. The next winner will be drawn on August 30.  You may take some tickets home to sell to family, neighbors and co-workers. Or contact Socorro Martinez at the Parish Center (201-659-0369), and she will mail them to you.  Thank you for your support!

We now can accept donations and other payments to the parish from Venmo and Zelle!  It's fast and easy.  For more information and instructions, please click here.

Please consider making a Mass or memorial intention for 2021 at Our Lady of Grace or St. Joseph.  You may reserve 2021 Mass intentions by calling OLG at 201-659-0369 or stopping by the OLG Parish Center (411 Clinton St.).  For St. Joseph, please call 201-659-0221.  You may also complete the form on the church tables and mail it in or drop it in the collection or at the Parish Center or St. Joseph Rectory. 

Have you connected with the parish yet on social media? Don't miss out -- follow the parish's Facebook and Instagram pages to catch the latest news and events, and don't forget to tag us in any parish-related photos that you post on Facebook or Instagram. Links to all the parish's social media accounts can be found on the left side of our webpage.  Check us out today!



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Saturday Vigil at OLG - 5 PM

Sunday at OLG - 9 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:30 PM (Spanish), 7:30 PM

Sunday at St. Joseph - 10 AM (Spanish), 12 PM (English)

Monday to Friday - 12:30 PM
Monday to Thursday - 7 PM


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