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Mar 19 - Homily: Solemnity of St. Joseph

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For the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, Father Maximilian reflects over Joseph's reaction to the pregnancy of Mary, and advises us to imitate his faith and obedience to the will of God. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Joseph Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Solemnity - Form: OF Readings: 1st: 2sa 7:4-5, 12-14, 16 Resp: psa 89:2-3, 4-5, 27, 29 2nd: rom 4:13, 16-18, 22 Gsp: mat 1:16, 18-21, 24


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  1. RikiRibi
    7 months ago

    ODE TO SAINT JOSEPH

    Joseph, humble, silent vase
    of splendor and abundant grace
    protector, defender of our Lord
    as a strong and flaming sword

    Joseph, most just, most pure
    what no man could ever ensure
    guardian of the holy house
    stronghold of your Holy Spouse

    Joseph, treasurer of the Heavenly King
    for Whom the angels in adoration sing
    so underestimated in the world's eyes
    with whom you never did compromise

    Joseph, without titles behind your name
    you never sought perishable fame
    you were an honest simple worker
    envied and attacked by the evil lurker

    Joseph, example of husband and father
    you never thought of yourself, but rather
    in obedience to God, with love and humility
    you shouldered the caring responsibility

    Joseph, assist us in our daily tasks
    never forsake us nor the one who asks
    to be non-judgmental and steadfast
    to obtain those virtues of yours at last.

    Rita Biesemans March 19, 2011

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