Consecration to St. Joseph

You are about to begin a journey that will change your life!

Program Overview

Consecration to St. Joseph emulates the tried-and-true preparation method employed by St. Louis de Montfort in his Marian consecration, highlighting many of St. Joseph’s titles, privileges, and heroic virtues.

St. Patrick: Wednesday, Feb. 10th – March 17th

Worship Area OR Live Stream 6:00-7:00pm

 

LIVE STREAM LINKS BELOW – CLICK ON TO WATCH (No session #2 – Ash Wednesday)

Feb. 10 St. Joseph Consecration Session 1

Feb. 17:  (Ash Wednesday – NO CLASS) Days 2-8  

Feb. 24th St. Joseph Consecration Session 3 

  • Days 9-15

Mar. 3 St. Joseph Consecration Session 4

  • Days 16-22

Mar. 10 St. Joseph Consecration Session 5

  • Days 23-29

Mar. 17 St. Joseph Consecration Session 6

  • Days 30-33

Mar. 10 St. Joseph Consecration Day Mass (March 19th)

  • Feast of St. Joseph – Consecration Day! (Consecration options are 9am Daily Mass OR a special 7pm Mass after Stations and Adoration (6-7pm)

1 minute  Daily Video

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St. Joseph Consecration Questions

What does it mean to consecrate yourself to St. Joseph? 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.

If you have already consecrated yourself to the Virgin Mary, can you be consecrated to St. Joseph, as well?

The answer is a resounding “Yes!” God desires that all children be committed to the care of a mother and a father. You are not a member of a single-parent spiritual family. Mary is your spiritual mother, and St. Joseph is your spiritual father. The spiritual fatherhood of St. Joseph is extremely important for your spiritual growth. Total consecration to Mary is not diminished by total consecration to St. Joseph. Mary wants you to consecrate yourself to St. Joseph! Jesus wants you to consecrate yourself to St. Joseph! Everything you have given to Jesus and Mary can also be given to St. Joseph. The hearts of Jesus, Mary, and St. Joseph are one.

 

How to make your consecration as an individual without the group:

  • Choose a consecration date. (See Consecration Chart here.)
  • It’s recommended to choose a day that coincides with a liturgical feast of St. Joseph. Your consecration date is day 33 of the program.
  • You’ll spend about 20-30 minutes a day on a short exposition on one of the invocations in the powerful Litany of St. Joseph, followed by a reading on St. Joseph, concluding with the recitation of the Litany of St. Joseph.
  • If you miss a day, just make it up and continue your preparation.
  • On the day of your consecration, feel free to use whichever act of consecration you like best; you can also make up your own, if you like.