Saints Saint Joseph

St. Joseph is a highly revered figure and is the patron saint of the universal Church, fathers, and workers. He is also known as the foster father of Jesus and the husband of the Virgin Mary. He is the Patron Saint of Catholic Church, fathers, workers, married people, and the sick and dying.

According to the Gospels, St. Joseph was a carpenter from the town of Nazareth in Galilee. He was chosen by God to be the earthly father of Jesus and to take care of the Virgin Mary, who was carrying the Son of God in her womb.

Saint Joseph is Patron of the Universal Church & Guardian of the Holy Family.

St. Joseph is known for his humility and obedience to God's will. He is also seen as a model of fatherhood and a protector of the Holy Family.

In the Catholic tradition, St. Joseph is often invoked as a patron saint for those seeking guidance and protection in their own lives. He is also seen as a model of hard work and dedication, and is the patron saint of workers and those in need of employment.

St. Joseph's feast day is celebrated on March 19th, and he is honored and revered by Catholics around the world.

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