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Sunday, February 18, 2007
30 Days of Prayer to St. Joseph
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Today begins the Thirty Days Prayer to Saint Joseph, in preparation for St. Joseph's feastday on March 19. I strongly suggest a person starts this devotion. It would also be a good spiritual practice during Lent.

Via Tea at Trianon

3 comments:

del_button February 19, 2007 at 7:38 PM
Saint Peter's helpers said...

Thank you Moneybags! I'm going to start this. St. Joseph pray for us.

del_button June 8, 2014 at 8:06 AM
Anonymous said...

Hi Matthew, I was wondering you if might be able to help. I am looking for something very special. I am sure you are familiar with the 33 day consercration to Mary. I really would like to know if there is something out their like that for St. Joseph. I am in need of the Fathers blessing in my life, for reason I won't get into, but I want to do something like the consercration to Mary but to St. Joseph, do you know of anything like that. Would you know of any other special ways I could do during my novena that might make it very special and memorable to me. I have looked and looked and can't find anything, and I really want to deeply devote myself to St Joseph and to receive his fatherly blessing, that is so much missing in my life and I yearn to have it, but because of things in life, I never received it and feel empty. I feel a call to do something to St. Joseph but the prayers I see are nice, but not fitting for what I really want to express in my heart

del_button June 8, 2014 at 8:28 PM
Matthew said...

Please check out the PREPARATION FOR THE TOTAL CONSECRATION TO ST. JOSEPH (18 days):

http://www.ourladyofguadalupemonastery.com/consecrationtostjoseph_final_1.html

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