St. Joseph Church (Brookfield, Connecticut)

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St. Joseph Church
Location163 Whisconier Rd
Brookfield, Connecticut
CountryUnited States
DenominationRoman Catholic
Foundedlate 1880s (original congregation); 1941 (present building)
DedicatedApril 1992
Architect(s)Antinozzi Associates
Bishop(s)Most Rev. William E. Lori
Priest(s)Msgr. Edward J. Scull (decd.) and Rev. Karol Ksiazek
Pastor(s)Rev. George (Chip) O'Neill
Deacon(s)Peter Kuhn and William Shaughnessy
Organist(s)Sarah Fay, David Kendall, and Anthony Asmar

St. Joseph is a Roman Catholic church in Brookfield, Connecticut, part of the Diocese of Bridgeport.


A St. Joseph Mission Church has existed in Brookfield since the mid-1880s but the present parish was founded in 1941. The present St. Joseph Church was designed in the late 1980s by Antinozzi Associates now of Bridgeport, CT.[1] The present church was dedicated in 1992.

Peragallo Pipe Organ[edit]

The organ was designed by the Peragallo Pipe Organ Company of Paterson, New Jersey. It is a pipe/digital 3 manual instrument and was originally installed in 2002. In August 2010 the Parish announced plans to bring Peragallo back to modify the instrument.


  1. ^ St. Joseh Church on Antinozzi Associates website.

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Coordinates: 41°27′55.10″N 73°23′17.36″W / 41.4653056°N 73.3881556°W / 41.4653056; -73.3881556