The author deals with Polish publications about St. Joseph, which have been brought out since the close of the Vatican Council II. He submits them to an introductory theological assessment, first of all within the ecclesiological dimension. He also responds to the following question: has Josephology, developed in Poland, completely assimilated the light given by Vatican Council II? Almost a thirty- year old cult of St Joseph consists of papers delivered at annual meetings of the Polish Josephological Study Kalisz (existing in 1969), books, publications, and learned papers. The question that has most often been raised is the broadly understood history of the cult of St Joseph (39% of all the works), which dominated even the subject matter of the theological foundations, being part of the Josephological doctrine (only 21 % of all the research; it is especially apparent in the case of learned works). The questions of ascetic theology are rarely undertaken (15% of all the works), biblical theology (10%), history of theology (8%), and liturgy (5%), pastoral and ecumenical theology, patristic theology and history of art.