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The Glories of St. Joseph the Worker

St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus and the husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is one of the most loved saints of the Church. As the guardian and protector of the Holy Family, St. Joseph was entrusted by God with the greatest of responsibilities – earthly provision for the Son of God Incarnate and the Immaculate Conception. Because of his faithfulness he is one of the greatest intercessors in heaven, a supreme model for doing God’s will in humility, faith, and obedience. His mission continues in heaven as the patron and protector of the Universal Church.

The Catholic Church officially celebrates St. Joseph twice in the Liturgical year. March 19th commemorates his vocation as the husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and May 1st his vocation as a worker.

Why this second feast day? Why is his role as a humble carpenter something to be celebrated over 2,000 years later? Continue reading

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The Mystery of the St. Joseph Home Selling Kit

When I started working at the Catholic Company I instantly learned a great deal about the Catholic faith. Continue reading

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St. Joseph: Patron of Fathers, Families, and The Universal Church

Today is the feast day of the patron of the universal church, fathers, families, married people, and much more: Saint Joseph. St. Joseph is one of the more obscure saints as everything we know about him comes from scripture. Continue reading

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