Solemnity of St Joseph


Pope Francis announced this Year of St Joseph in honour of the 150th anniversary of the saint’s proclamation as patron of the Universal Church.

The year began on December 8, and concludes on December 8, 2021. The decree says that Francis had established a Year of St Joseph so that “every member of the faithful, following his example, may strengthen their life of faith daily in the complete fulfilment of God’s will.”​​​​​​​

We are delighted to offer you Fr Denis’ Mass to celebrate the Feast Day of St Joseph in this very special year.


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Holy Mass Online | by Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R.
Solemnity of St Joseph
19th March 2021

Available from Thursday 18th February 2021 at 20:00 GTM



Borrowing the Eyes
Reflecting with Paintings (Vol 1)

Awakening to Yourself
Reflecting with Paintings (Vol 2)

Reflecting with Paintings
The Audio Seminar (CD)

Tiny Saints Keyring
St Joseph

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Using works by varied artists McBride brings the depicted characters and scenes dramatically to life, and speaks through them to us – the onlookers, the casual observers, the passers-by.

Focusing on ten paintings by artists from a range of times and cultures. We explore the thoughts and feelings of a wide variety of characters, from Joseph the husband of Mary to a lone woman in a New York cafe.

These narratives, professionally recorded in-front of an audience, provide an opportunity to encounter God, ourselves and others more deeply. Listeners will be surprised at how the stories touch them and how they highlight some of today's moral, ethical and religious issues. 8 CD's.

A carpenter by trade, Joseph is the patron saint of workers. Having died with Mary and Jesus by his side, he is also the patron saint of a happy death.