St. Joseph the Worker

  Today as we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, we are encouraged to fulfill our duties with perseverance and humility. Imagine being St. Joseph, sharing a home with two perfect human beings–he could have easily copped an attitude of false humility, believing that all he did paled in comparison to the perfection […]

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Thoughts on St. Joseph from JPII

“Like every child, Jesus learned about life and how to act from His parents. How could we not think, with deep wonder, that he must have developed the human aspect of His perfect obedience to the Father’s will particularly by following the example of His father Joseph, ‘a just man’?”–Angelus, Sunday March 21, 1999 “‘When […]

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Time to Pray . . .

Every morning the CUF staff invokes the intercession of St. Joseph, patron of the universal Church. Today it dawned on me that St. Joseph’s feast day is just nine days away! EWTN’s website has both long and short novenas that can be prayed to this most efficacious Saint. Please join us in asking St. Joseph to pray for a […]

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The Heart of a Father

In the Church we have the beautiful feasts of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, with the heart symbolizing the immense love of our Lord and His Blessed Mother for each one of us. As Catholic husbands and fathers, we might also consider meditating on the heart of St. Joseph, […]

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