Category:Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph (Brooklyn)
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The Co-cathedral of St. Joseph of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, located at 856 Pacific Street between Vanderbilt and Underhill Avenues in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn]], New York City, was built in 1912 in the Spanish Colonial style, replacing a previous church built in 1861. The parish was founded in 1850. On February 14, 2013 Pope Benedict XVI approved having church designated as the diocesan co-cathedral, as the Cathedral Basilica of St. James, is too small to hold diocesan liturgies. The church's rectory was built c.1860 inthe Neoclassical style.
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- Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph - Brooklyn 01.jpg 4,608 × 3,456; 5.25 MB
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- Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph 856 Pacific Street.jpg 2,279 × 3,194; 1.9 MB
- Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph Rectory.jpg 2,315 × 2,202; 1.71 MB
- Joseph RCC 856 Pacific St jeh.jpg 2,399 × 3,602; 1.58 MB