Joseph House is a young men's house of discernment, an innovative living space for young Catholic men to uncover the call to holiness that comes through baptism. Residents will contemplate, pray and actively discern their vocation, whilst being active in the world maintaining regular work, studies and daily life.
Throughout a 12-18 month stay, the young men will experience community living and explore an openness to discover where God might be leading them as disciples of Jesus Christ. Residents will meet the challenge of living as Christian men in a fruitful environment, under the guidance of St Joseph as a great role model of virtue and character. The House has the capacity to accommodate sixmen, and has a chapel as well as various common areas to encourage community life and engagement.
Joseph House is located in the Parish of Lower North Shore in Willoughby near the church of St Thomas, enjoying convenient access to public transport. Joseph House is an initiative of Bishop Anthony Randazzo for the Diocese of Broken Bay, and is governed by a House Council. The House was opened and blessed by Bishop Randazzo on 1 May 2021, the Feast of St Joseph the Worker.
For more information, contact the Vocations Broken Bay on 02 9484 1427 or email email@example.com
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Read about the opening of Joseph House.