Presenting Dr. Rebecca Spellacy


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Ordinary Man

To observers of their times, Mary, Jesus and Joseph would have been just another ordinary family. They were poor, sometimes refugees, in many ways just getting by. However, in the midst of their low key way of life, God chose to become Man.

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Working Father

Jesus didn’t have to work, he could have provided for himself without toiling, and yet, Jesus, God himself, wanted to work like the rest of us. In doing that work he reminds us of the dignity and value of work. A lesson he learned day in and day out working with St. Joseph.

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Father in the Shadows

When I reflect on and pray with the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, my mind turns to St. Joseph and how he is not visible here in Jesus’ time of need. We know he is there, however, in the shadows and it makes us think of our fathers who were also so often there in the shadows.

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Respecting Women

St. Joseph is an example to us all that we have a role to play, each in our own way, in respecting the women in our lives. He is there to show us that it is not in the flashy gifts or acts that we show respect, but in the daily examples of service and love. He reminds us that to love Jesus and to care for Jesus means caring for his mother as well.

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Protector of the Poor

St. Joseph was offered the task of caring for Jesus and his mother, Mary. With prayer, with the help of an angel appearing in his dreams, Joseph accepted this responsibility, and in so doing, he would eventually be proclaimed as caregiver for us all.

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Devotion to St. Joseph

St. Joseph was tasked with doing nothing less than caring for Jesus and his mother and so he was always at their service and ultimately that means his vocation is to help ensure we have access to our salvation in Jesus Christ.

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