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Worth Revisiting - Words Are Not Always Necessary

Another Wednesday and another opportunity to thank Allison Gingras and Elizabeth Riordan for their weekly invitation to re-post our favorite posts on Worth Revisiting.

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I wanted to share this:

Words Are Not Always Necessary - Reflection on St. Joseph

(Originally published March 14, 2014)

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Scripture contains none of the words that St. Joseph shared with his Divine Son, his Virgin bride, his customers or those with whom he interacted daily.

But that is okay as our Holy Father tells us:

There are many additional reasons to love this great Saint. I have no doubt that you will enjoy the thoughts of Brother Joseph Martin Hagan, O.P.

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