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Consecration to St. Joseph

Consecration to St. Joseph

On Wednesday, March 18, Archbishop Listecki consecrated the entire Archdiocese of Milwaukee to the paternal care and protection of St. Joseph. In the Gospels, St. Joseph is depicted as silent, faithful, and peaceful, even in the face of grave danger and suffering. For those reasons, St. Joseph provides a compelling witness and model for how we can maintain communion with God in these times. We encourage you to grow closer to St. Joseph and make this consecration personal in one of the following ways. 

While it is appropriate to consecrate oneself on any day of the year, people often choose to do on a feast day of St. Joseph. We encourage you to prepare for and consecrate yourself to St. Joseph on May 1, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. 

Learn about St. Joseph

General information about St. Joseph

St. Joseph: Patron of the Universal Church - Mark Miravalle (on Formed.org - get free access here)

Guardian of the Redeemer - an document on St. Joseph written by Pope St. John Paul II

Three lessons from St. Joseph according to Pope Francis

 

Consecration Resources

Act of Consecration Prayer used by Archbishop Listecki on March 18 (pray on May 1)

The School of Nazareth (30 day preparation) - Begin on April 1 (on Formed.org - get free access here)

Nine Days to Joseph (9 day preparation) - Begin on April 22

Consecration to St. Joseph (33 day preparation) - Begin on March 30

Consecration to Jesus through St. Joseph (44 day preparation) - Begin on March 19

 

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