Pope points to feast of St. Joseph the Worker
Catholic World News - April 28, 2010
At the conclusion of his regular weekly public audience on April 28, Pope Benedict XVI called attention to the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, which will be celebrated on Saturday, May 1. He said: "May this day be an opportunity for deeper reflection on the meaning of work and its proper place in family life." The Pope invoked the intercession of St. Joseph on all workers.
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