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St. Joseph: His Life, His Virtues, His Privileges, His Power

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Overview

The Holy Gospels tell us very little about the great patron of the Church, St. Joseph. There are many questions left unanswered by the Bible—for instance, when he was born; how old he was when he espoused the Blessed Virgin; when and where he died and was buried; what became of his remains (of which absolutely no trace has been found). All these points, and many more, are clearly stated in Life of St. Joseph. Included in the volume are daily meditations for Joseph’s holy month in a short form of prayer for personal reflection.

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Key Features

  • Immerses you in Joseph’s history and narrative
  • Provides daily devotions for Saint Joseph’s holy month
  • Links to other books and texts in your library

Praise for the Print Edition

[Saint Joseph’s] life, if well studied, will bring charity, and joy, and peace, and patience, into the cabins of thousands of our poor people who read your exquisite and solidly pious little book.

—Edward MacCabe, cardinal archbishop of Dublin

You have therefore given to us and to the faithful in your excellent book, a store of motives to ask and to confide in his prayers, in the power of which I have both faith, trust, and experience.

—Henry Edward, cardinal archbishop of Westminster

From what I have already been able to read of it, I have formed a high option of the book, and can state that I am satisfied that it is a most valuable manual of devotion to Saint Joseph . . . and a most useful compendium of instructions, meditations, and prayers, suited for all seasons and especially for the month of March.

—Charles Eyre, archbishop of Glasgow

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About Thomas H. Kinane

Thomas H. Kinane (1834–1913) was a dean of the Cathedral at Cashel, Ireland, and a professor at Irish College in Paris, France. He wrote a handful of spiritual books, including The Dove of the Tabernacle, The Angel of the Altar, The Lamb of God, and Mary Immaculate.