Consecration of the Parish of “St. Paul Apostle” to St. Joseph On Friday May 1st, the Parish of St. Paul Apostle was consecrated to the Chaste Heart of St. Joseph in the Eucharist that the parish priest, Fr. Roberto Garcia, celebrated at 8:00 p.m. In his homily he spoke of the importance of our labor and the blessing it represents: "when Adam and Eve were in the Garden of Eden, they worked with their own hands to take care of it. Labor therefore is not a consequence of original sin, for they had already been working; the consequence was rather ‘by the sweat of your face will you earn your food’. We’ve hurt our land and that’s why we have droughts, floods, and hail which make our work increasingly more difficult for us, requiring more effort and sacrifice. As we celebrate the feast of St. Joseph the Worker we must reflect if we are working like him to reproduce the creative image of God in us, for being able to work means to reproduce the creative attitude of Jesus in me, with what I do. Hence, labor won’t be a curse but a blessing. Let us ask St. Joseph to teach us to love our work and to be happy doing it as he was, thus fulfilling God’s will in us". It was a very moving celebration where the faithful made their personal consecration and all of the parish territory was consecrated to the Chaste Heart of St. Joseph. We give thanks to God for this wonderful grace in this Parish, which already has a prayer cenacle that meets before the Blessed Sacrament and a team of missionaries.
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