Saint Joseph's House of Hospitality is located in Rochester, New York. It is a Rochester Catholic Worker community which provides food, clothing, shelter and spiritually-centered care to its guests.
We share a firm belief in the God-given dignity of every human person; and we are committed to nonviolence, voluntary poverty, and the Works of Mercy as a way of life.
We invite you to view the most recent issue of the Rochester Catholic Worker newsletter. Read Rev. Redonnet's piece on immigration reform, participate in the upcoming Stations of the Cross and more.
Attend Sunday Mass at Saint Joe's
All are welcome to attend Rev. Chava Redonnet's Mass every Sunday at 11 AM at Saint Joe's House of Hospitality, 402 South Avenue. Experience first hand the new Oscar Romero Church, an inclusive church in the Catholic Tradition. Drivers needed for migrant outreach project. Tutors needed for English language skills classes. Email Chava to help.
Looking for Great Bread Delivered Weekly?
Click Here to become a member of our Community Supported Bakery (CSB) and receive a loaf of organic bread per week for ten weeks. Treat yourself and a friend.
Ask about our bicycle delivery service for neighborhood customers. We also need bakery volunteers to help on Saturdays, Mondays and Thursdays.
Learn all about our popular and tasy Irish Soda Bread. Let our bakers help you make this a memorable St. Patrick's Day. Buy a loaf for your neighbors, sisters, brothers, all of your friends.
Volunteers Needed at Saint Joe's.
You Can Become a Coordinator of St. Joe's Community-Supported Bakery. Find Out How.
To volunteer at Saint Joe's, review our rewarding opportunities on our Volunteer page.
We need people who can volunteer their time to serve one-on-one with guests who are goal-oriented and committed to creating a better, happier and more collaborative community. Send us an email with your contact information.
Learn How You Can Become a Catholic Worker!
Sign up for an internship program. View video comments from volunteers who helped us serve our guests in 2009.
The St. Fiacre CSA is currently inactive. For information regarding the St. Fiacre Microfarm, click here.