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Cover Image: The statue of St. Joseph in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Longview, TX.

By Margaret Mone, Catholic East Texas, Aug. 27, 2021

I never knew how much I merely scraped the surface in my relationship with St. Joseph until this Lenten season when my husband invited me to pray the consecration to St. Joseph. Although he had a tender place in my heart, St. Joseph remained a mystery.

While discerning religious life, it was a book about the mystery of St. Joseph and led me to an acquaintance with him. When I realized I was not being called to be a religious sister and began discerning the vocation of marriage, I had enough courage to ask dear St. Joseph to lead my very own Joseph to me if it was God’s will. St. Joseph takes prayer requests very seriously, because as it turns out, my husband’s name is Joseph. I began to trust St. Joseph even more.  …

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