Located on the northern tip of the island, St. Joseph the Worker Parish makes its home in a small Catholic church that brims with history. The Parish dates back to the mid-1700s when the first missionaries and arrived and settled there. Although the present church was built in 1967, there have been numerous churches built on the site over the years.
Noted for its stunning art and architecture, the church welcomes many visitors whom come to hear mass and witness its beautiful setting. The congregation is known for its warm and friendly demeanor, making this landmark a pleasure to experience.
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