Consecration to St. Joseph








In recent centuries, the Church has recognised the unique and important role of St. Joseph in

salvation history. God chose St. Joseph to be the foster-father of Jesus His Divine Son, and

entrusted to him the care of His masterpiece, the Immaculate Virgin Mary.

Jesus and Mary entrusted themselves entirely to the care and protection of St. Joseph as the

head of the Holy Family. We too can entrust ourselves completely to St. Joseph, our spiritual


During this year of St. Joseph, join countless individuals, families and parishes all over the world in the Consecration to St. Joseph, a spiritual programme introduced by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC. The programme consists of 33 days of readings and prayers leading up to a prayer of consecration recited on a feast day connected to St. Joseph. Below is a Consecration Chart with suggested dates to begin the spiritual programme.


To make a Consecration to St. Joseph is to

make a formal act of filial entrustment

acknowledging St. Joseph as our spiritual

father whom we desire to be close to and

resemble in virtue and holiness.

If you have already consecrated yourself to

Our Lady, you can also be consecrated to

St. Joseph. Total consecration to Mary is not

diminished by total consecration to St. Joseph.

We need both a spiritual father and mother

to aid us in our spiritual growth. Everything

given to Jesus and Mary can also be given to

St. Joseph.

Make the Consecration more memorable

by doing it as a family, group or as a parish.

Get to know the wonders of our spiritual

father during this season of Lent.

To join the 33-Day Preparation for

Total Consecration to St. Joseph,

purchase Fr. Donald Calloway's 

international bestselling book,  or the

audiobook Consecration to St. Joseph.

Alternatively, download the Catholify app

and get the resource for free. Register now!


“Devotion to St. Joseph is one of the choicest graces that God can give to a soul, for it is tantamount to revealing the entire treasury of our Lord’s graces.” “When God wishes to raise a soul to greater heights, he unites it to St. Joseph by giving it a strong love for the good saint.”    -St. Peter Julian Eymard

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