Co-Cathedral of
St. Joseph the Worker
14°16′46″S 170°41′24″W / 14.27944°S 170.69000°W / -14.27944; -170.69000Coordinates: 14°16′46″S 170°41′24″W / 14.27944°S 170.69000°W / -14.27944; -170.69000
LocationFagatogo, American Samoa American Samoa,
United States United States
DenominationRoman Catholic
History
StatusCathedral
DedicationSaint Joseph the Worker
Architecture
Functional statusActive
Completed1959
Administration
DioceseSamoa–Pago Pago
Clergy
Bishop(s)Most Rev. Peter Brown, C.Ss.R.

The Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph the Worker is a cathedral of the Roman Catholic Church in American Samoa, a Territory of the United States. It is the mother church and co-seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Samoa–Pago Pago along with the Cathedral of the Holy Family in Tafuna. The church is located in the village of Fagatogo.[1] It was completed in 1959 and was the only cathedral in the diocese until 1995 when Holy Family was consecrated.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph the Worker". Giga Catholic. Retrieved 2013-05-21.
  2. ^ "St. Joseph's Catholic Church". American Samoa Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 2013-07-12.