Tag Archives: Saint Joseph

A call to Prayer

Mary Magdalene by Kathleen Carr And they said to her, “Woman, why are you weeping?” She said to them, “They have taken my Lord, and I don’t know where they laid him”  John 20:13 At the Cathedral of the Incarnation … Continue reading

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The Chalice of Saint Joseph and the Divine Will

Photo courtesy of Bridget Touhey   Saint Joseph loved Jesus as a father loves his son and showed his love by giving him the best he had.  – Saint Josemaria Escriva   As we all hunker down amidst this pandemic … Continue reading

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Restore the Father’s Blessings

When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel of the Lord had commanded him and took Mary home as his wife.  Matthew 1:24 The other day I was perusing social media and I was coming across post after post … Continue reading

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Saint Joseph Anchor of Families

…Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. Matthew 1:20 In this time of attack on the family Mary and Jesus keep … Continue reading

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France and the Womb of Mercy

But if ever you and your descendants turn from following me, fail to keep my commandments and statutes which I set before you, and proceed to serve other gods and bow down to them, will cut off Israel from the land … Continue reading

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Prayer to Saint Joseph Protector of Families

Saint Joseph and the Christ Child – Nicholas Enriquez (1704-c1790)   “God Has willed that we should have nothing which would not pass through the hands of Mary.” (Hom. III in vig. nativit., n. 10, PL 183, 100) – Saint Bernard … Continue reading

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Divorce, Abortion, Divine Mercy and the Womb

“The mystery of God’s maternal love is expressed with particular power in the Hebrew word, rahamim.  Etymologically, this word means “womb” but was later used to mean divine compassion for man, God’s mercy.” – Jesus of Nazareth: Part I Pope … Continue reading

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