The letter of Patris Corde with Heart of a Father

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1. Father of Creatively Courage

1.1. The creativity of Saint Joseph, patron of the Church, was brave as we have to be brave in these times where God once again gives us a space to be confined to the family, knowing each other, supporting us, collaborating with us, loving us. May the courage of Saint Joseph teach us that death, is one more step to life, where we can creatively accept God's plans in his divine providence

2. Beloved Father

2.1. Because of his role in the chronicle of salvation, Saint Joseph is a father who was constantly loved by the Christian people; that various religious institutes, brotherhoods and ecclesial groups are inspired by his spirituality and bear his name; And that for centuries, different sacred representations have been celebrated in his honor.

3. Father in the Tenderness

3.1. Because of his role in the chronicle of salvation, Saint Joseph is a father who was constantly loved by the Christian people; that various religious institutes, brotherhoods and ecclesial groups are inspired by his spirituality and bear his name; and that for centuries, different sacred representations have been celebrated in his honor.

4. Father in the Shadow

4.1. You don't have to have a biological child to be a father. As long as they are re sponsible for the life of another person, they somehow exercise paternity with on him. Never leaves his side to follow in his footsteps.

5. Accepting Father

5.1. The coming of Jesus in our midst is a gift from the Father, so that each one can reconcile himself with the flesh of his own story, Joseph welcomed Mary without putting preconditions, he trusted in the words of the angel . The faith Joseph, faced what was happening to him “with open eyes”, assuming responsibility.

6. Working Father

6.1. Joshep was a very hardworking, honest and humble man, Jesus learned from him, the joy and dignity. Effort helps us achieve salvation, we must never give up

7. Father in the Obedience

7.1. Just as God did when he show Mary plan of salvation, he would that also to do with Joseph through dreams. He was called to serve of his father's authority, take care of Jesus, and he cooperated 24 hours a day in the Mystery of Redemption.

8. Introduction

8.1. With the heart of a father: thus Joseph loved Jesus, named in the 4 Gospels "the son of Joseph." He had the courage to admit the legal paternity of Jesus, to whom he gave the name revealed by the angel: "You will call him Jesus, since he will save his people from his sins." And he listened in surprise to the prophecy that Simeon spoke about Jesus and Mary.