St. Joseph’s Seven Sorrows

The Sorrows of St. Joseph

1. The doubt of St. Joseph |   Matt. 1:19
2. The poverty of Jesus’ birth | Luke 2:7
3. The Circumcision | Luke 2:21
4. The prophecy of Simeon | Luke 2:34
5. The flight into Egypt | Matt. 2:14
6. The return from Egypt | Matt. 2:22
7. The loss of the Child Jesus | Luke 2:45

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Drew and Katie – Interview with Fr. Boniface Hicks

Drew and Katie Taylor sit down with Father Boniface Hicks, OSB to discuss Fr Boniface’s book Through the Heart of Saint Joseph.

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2020 Monthly Dedications Of The Catholic Church

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Becoming Catholic Men Of Grit And Grace: 7 Ways To Lead With Purpose At Work And Home 

In a world that demands grit and guts, men are called upon to lead, not just in their workplaces but also within their homes. It’s a journey laden with challenges and triumphs. Qualities like integrity, communication, and adaptability are more than soft skills. They’re the bedrock of true leadership.  This is about more than pushing […]

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St. Joseph Was A Just Man | Saint Quotes On St. Joseph...Find more resources for the Year of Saint Joseph at Catholic-Link.org! St. Joseph Quotes Saints

St. Joseph Was A Just Man | Saint Quotes On St. Joseph

St. Joseph Was A Just Man | Saint Quotes On St. Joseph More Resources For The Year Of St. Joseph Related content: Prayer For The Year Of St. Joseph By Pope Francis 6 Ways To Gain A Plenary Indulgence In The Year Of St. Joseph St. Joseph’s Seven Sorrows What The Saints Had To Say […]

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6 Ways To Gain A Plenary Indulgence In The Year Of St. Joseph

6 Ways To Gain A Plenary Indulgence In The Year Of St. Joseph   Decree on Year of St. Joseph Indulgences The gift of special indulgences is granted on the occasion of the Year of Saint Joseph, summoned by Pope Francis to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of Saint Joseph as Patron of […]

Prayer for the Year of St. Joseph by Pope Francis

Prayer For The Year Of St. Joseph By Pope Francis

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The Second Greatest Saint…St. Joseph

Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary and foster father of the Incarnate Word, it doesn’t take much more explanation to understand why St. Joseph is an epic saint. Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode to learn more!

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The Powerful Story Of One Couple’s Novena That Led To Thousands Of Novenas Prayed

I’ve been praying novenas for almost twelve years now and I’ve found they’re a great option for when you don’t know what to say, when you have a specific intention you’re praying for, and when you’re trying to “pray always.” Novenas are a traditional prayer that dates back to the days of the Apostles, and […]

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Infographic: 7 Tips From Pope Francis On How To Be A Good Dad

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4 Reasons To Wear The Cord Of St. Joseph - To use the cord as a devotion, it must be blessed by a priest and then worn around the waist.

4 Reasons To Wear The Cord Of St. Joseph

The cord of St. Joseph is a powerful devotion that grants special graces to those who wear it with faith. These graces will help you grow in your spiritual life. Delving deeper into the tradition of the cord of St. Joseph can lead to a greater understanding and appreciation of the beauty and richness of […]

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Litany Of St. Joseph

Litany of St. Joseph Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Christ, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Lord, have mercy. Jesus, hear us. Jesus, graciously hear us. God, the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on us. God, the Son, Redeemer of the world, Have mercy on us. God, the Holy Spirit, Have mercy […]

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Wisdom From St. Teresa Of Avila

St. Teresa of Avila Quotes “Once, while I was wondering why Our Lord so dearly loves the virtue of humility, the thought suddenly struck me, without previous reflection, that it is because God is the supreme Truth and humility is the truth, for it is the most true that we have nothing good of ourselves […]

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St. Joseph’s Seven Sorrows

The Sorrows of St. Joseph 1. The doubt of St. Joseph |   Matt. 1:192. The poverty of Jesus’ birth | Luke 2:73. The Circumcision | Luke 2:214. The prophecy of Simeon | Luke 2:345. The flight into Egypt | Matt. 2:146. The return from Egypt | Matt. 2:227. The loss of the Child Jesus | […]

This Catholic Fourth Week Of Advent Reflection helps us to understand how St. Joseph's goodness led to justice rather than revenge. Reflect!

Why The Goodness Of St. Joseph Teaches Us Not To Seek Revenge | Fourth Week Of Advent Reflection

Gospel of Matthew 1:18-24 This is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about.When his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph,but before they lived together,she was found with child through the Holy Spirit.Joseph her husband, since he was a righteous man,yet unwilling to expose her to shame,decided to divorce her quietly.Such was his intention when, […]

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3 Reasons You Should Consecrate Your Family To St. Joseph

So…why should you consecrate your family to St. Joseph? 3 Reasons You Should Consecrate Your Family to St. Joseph “The final battle between the Lord and the reign of Satan will be about marriage and the family.” —Sister Lucia of Fatima Friends, God has repeatedly shown us the importance of family.  In the beginning, He […]

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2024 Catholic Monthly Devotions And An Inspirational Catholic Quote For Each Month

It is a tradition of the Catholic Church to observe a specific devotion during each month of the year. Here is the list of those devotions and a saint quote that will inspire you! 2024 Catholic Monthly Devotions January – The Holy Name of Jesus “The sweet name of Jesus produces in us holy thoughts, […]

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Can Married People Become Saints?

Recently I read an account of a martyr who was not an ordained religious. The author began the reflection by saying that this saint helps us to keep in mind that sainthood is possible in all states of life. While this statement is true and supplies hope and encouragement for those of us who aren’t […]

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May Is Devoted To The Blessed Virgin Mary | Mark Your Calendar!

Did you know that the Catholic tradition designates a unique devotion for each month of the year? As we journey through this year, let us take the opportunity to delve into each devotion month-by-month, and strengthen our faith and spiritual heritage! You could jot down reminders, mark your calendar, and commit to reciting a specific […]

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How St. Joseph Taught Me To Follow God’s Plan When Things Don’t Go As Expected

What St. Joseph Taught Us Things rarely go according to plan. Even if you have the greatest project manager in the world, there are still factors and elements that cannot be controlled. St. Joseph teaches us to place our trust in God, especially when things do not go as expected. St. Joseph, the Betrothed of […]

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What The Saints Had To Say About St. Joseph

St. Joseph was a man of few words. Well, at least as it was recorded in the Bible! But, we can learn a lot about St. Joseph from those who studied his ways and had divine inspirations about his character. Saint Quotes About St. Joseph “Though thou hast recourse to many saints as thine intercessors, […]

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4 Steps To Creating A Simple St. Joseph Altar In Your Home

Is St. Joseph our unofficial patron of Lent?  When we think of St. Joseph, we think of the Nativity, the escape into Egypt. We think of the carpenter and his early life with Jesus. But when do we ever connect him to the Passion? We don’t. He had already passed by the time Jesus made […]

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Mark Your Calendar: March Is Dedicated To St. Joseph

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? This year, let’s focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions! Make yourself notes, write it on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the […]

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St. Joseph’s Seven Joys

Pope Francis has announced that this year (from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021) will be the Year of St. Joseph. The Holy Father explained why he made this decree in his Apostolic Letter PATRIS CORDE. “Now, one hundred and fifty years after his proclamation as Patron of the Catholic Church by Blessed Pius IX (8 December 1870), I would […]

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All The Resources You Need For The Feast Of St. Joseph

Are you ready to celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph on March 19? Last year was the Year of St. Joseph. The Holy Father explained why he made this decree in his Apostolic Letter PATRIS CORDE. “Now, one hundred and fifty years after his proclamation as Patron of the Catholic Church by Blessed Pius IX (8 December 1870), I […]

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