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'An Important Message for Our Time'

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We would like to share with you an important message from Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, about his upcoming Consecration to St. Joseph.



You can follow Fr. Calloway's blog at Facebook.com/ConsecrationToStJoseph

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Lorraine - Apr 3, 2019

Father Calloway, they are going to canonize you one day. You are a miracle of grace! May the Holy Family reward you for all that you do for us. We need you and more priests like you. Catholics are spiritually starved. I am not signed up to FB, but will check your page out.

p.s. - Mar 31, 2019

so sorry, I think I got confused with "The Glories of Mary" (by St. Alphonsus Liguori). The St. Joseph book I must be thinking of I think is called: "The Life and Glories of St. Joseph" by Edward Healy Thompson, M.A. I remember falling in love with him when I read it. :D But that was a long time ago, and now I'll be needing this new book. :)

correction to comment below... - Mar 31, 2019

not "The Glorious of St. Joseph"
I meant "Glories" :)
(if you've read it y'know what I mean)

Closed Caption checker - Mar 31, 2019

JMJ
Hi! :) The sound on our computer stopped working so I'm watching this video using CC... I noticed what I hope is a typo... at 1:14 it calls it a "delusional" book -- I'm guessing they meant to put "devotional" or something like that? I don't know who writes the CC -- maybe that job is outsourced, but if there's a way to correct that I hope they can. I took some ASL classes, and CC is important for those who are hard of hearing/deaf (which may include the elderly)... they should have access to proper wording. :D Hehe I'm sure he couldn't have said delusional that would just be too silly. ;) But I'm watching the rest of the video, it sounds too wonderful to miss. I remember reading The Glorious of St. Joseph before, but it lacked the guidance that this book should provide. I can't wait to study it, God-willing. And the timing is perfect... I recently started going back to the parish I was confirmed at, St. Joseph's -- after my Dad passed away, because I felt like now I really need St. Joseph even more as a father-figure in my life. (After I had been going to another parish because I felt like I needed THAT saint for a long while). For me, this book will usher in the era of St. Joseph in my life. This book is what I need so I can look to him to get me through.