Overlooking Waterlow Park stands St. Joseph's, a prominent and remarkable feature of the North London skyline, with it's copper green dome forming a striking contrast to the deep blue of the sky.
St. Joseph's, the centre of a busy parish, is served by the religious order of the Passionists, whose monastic buildings adjoin the church. The foundation stone was laid in 1888, and the church was solemnly opened in 1889. It is primarily a place of worship for thousands of Roman Catholics, who come not only from the immediate area but from farther afield.
This Site has been set up for the parish, and for those of the wider public who perhaps may know it only from the outside. If you would like to know more about St. Joseph's, follow the links at the end of the page...
Special thanks to: David and Josette, Alex and Chantal, Tony Reynolds, and Fr Hubert, for all their help in the development of the St. Joseph's Web Site. If you would like to contact the webmaster, her e-mail address is email@example.com
Introduction to Home page: Alexander Fodor © 1999
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