2014 marks the 125th anniversary of the opening of the Josephite seminary in Washington, D.C. The venerable brick red building capped with a copper green bell tower that steeps over northeast Washington is the third installment of buildings that have housed Josephite seminary activities. The first Josephite seminary was located Read more →
The St. Joseph Society of the Sacred Heart (The Josephites) is a congregation of priests and brothers whose exclusive mission is to serve the African-American community. Founded after the Civil War to minister to newly freed slaves, the organization has served the African American community since 1871. The Society supports in parishes and special ministries, spanning across the East and West Coast.
Josephite Mission GallerySee photo »