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Adult Faith Formation

All adults are invited to join any of our Adult Faith Formation Opportunities!

Consecration to St. Joseph

What does it mean for a person to be consecrated to St. Joseph? Well, it basically means that you acknowledge that he is your spiritual father, and you want to be like him. To show it, you entrust yourself entirely into his paternal care so that he can help you acquire his virtues and become holy. Total consecration to St. Joseph means you make a formal act of filial entrustment to your spiritual father so that he can take care of your spiritual well-being and lead you to God. The person who consecrates himself to St. Joseph wants to be as close to their spiritual father as possible, to the point of resembling him in virtue and holiness. Saint Joseph, in turn, will give those consecrated to him his undivided attention, protection, and guidance.

Our study will take place in person and online at 7:00pm on the following dates:
March 29th
April 5th
April 12th
April 19th
April 26th
Consecration on May 1st – Feast of St. Joseph the Worker

Please contact the session facilitator, Joe Diaz, with any questions [email protected]


This study is no ordinary bible study, it is instead a biblical pilgrimage that reveals Christ’s amazing love for us. The videos will transport us to the place in the Holy Land where Jesus and His apostles lived and taught some 2000 + years ago.

It will be presented every ONLINE ONLY Tuesday evening during Lent beginning on March 2nd at 7:00pm and continuing through March 30th. Click here to register and order study materials.

For information or to join please contact Mary Wharton at [email protected]



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