St. Joseph, the Worker

May 1, 2014 8:24 am

“…you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching” (Acts 5:28)

The goal: our countries, cities and towns filled with the teaching of Jesus Christ. The beginning is always very small. Like the first days of a child. In future, this child could be a nurse or a doctor, a blue or white-collar worker, a priest, pope or pilot. And he or she could change the world, like the Saints. When I am “filled with His teaching,” I can influence my marriage, my family, my neighborhood, my city… St. Joseph filled this world with Jesus and His teaching even though he was not a preacher; just a craftsman, a blue-collar worker. With can we fill Omaha, the Institute, and our families with?

“You believe in me, Thomas, because, because you have seen me, says the Lord; blessed are those who have not seen, but still believe” (Alleluia versus).

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