Cathedral of St. Joseph (Manchester, New Hampshire)

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St. Joseph Cathedral
42°59′36″N 71°27′32″W / 42.99333°N 71.45889°W / 42.99333; -71.45889Coordinates: 42°59′36″N 71°27′32″W / 42.99333°N 71.45889°W / 42.99333; -71.45889
Location Corner of Pine and Lowell Streets, Manchester, New Hampshire
Country United States
Denomination Roman Catholic
Weekly attendance 700 per weekend
Website http://www.stjosephcathedralnh.org/
History
Founded 1869
Dedication Diocese founded 1884
Consecrated 16 April 1894
Architecture
Architect(s) Patrick C. Keeley (1816-1896)
Construction cost $100,000.
Administration
Deanery Amoskeag
Diocese Diocese of Manchester
Province Ecclesiastical Province of Boston
Clergy
Bishop(s) Most Rev. Peter Anthony Libasci
Dean Rev. Msgr. John P. Quinn
Rector Rev. Msgr. Anthony R. Frontiero
Deacon(s) Deacon Robert R. Potvin
Laity
Director of music Eric Bermani
Organist(s) Eric Bermani
Religious education coordinator Colleen Lang
Music group(s) Cathedral Parish Choir, Cathedral Schola, Cathedral Chamber Singers, Diocesan Festival Chorus, Ensemble ExCathedra and cantor program.

The Cathedral of St. Joseph is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester in New Hampshire. It is located on Lowell Street in the downtown district. Bishop Peter Libasci serves as Bishop of the Diocese of Manchester, and Monsignor Anthony Frontiero is the rector of the cathedral parish. The church was founded to serve the needs of Irish immigrants.

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