Consecration to St. Joseph

Welcome to the resource page for our cluster-wide consecration to St. Joseph!

Our cluster-wide consecration to St. Joseph starts on March 30th and ends at the weekend Masses of May 1st and 2nd in honor of the Feast Day of St. Joseph, the Worker.

This consecration process will take 33 days and we will be following Fr. Donald Calloway’s book “Consecration to St. Joseph.” Please contact Kristin Molitor if you still need your copy of the book


This webpage was created to keep you connected with us and to provide with you supplemental online resources as you go through the consecration process.

Important Dates

March 30th – Kick off Mass and begin Day One of Consecration to St. Joseph
May 1st and 2nd – Consecration to St. Joseph at the weekend Masses


Opportunities to Discuss Reading Assignments

April 13th – After the 7:00 p.m. Mass at All Saints – St. Hedwig’s
April 14th – After the 8:00 a.m. Mass at All Saints – St. Mary’s

Our Men’s and Women’s Groups will also be discussing the Consecration to St. Joseph readings at our meetings.

Men’s Group
Meet’s Saturday Mornings – contact Bob Vouk: 320-249-3398

Women’s Group
April 5th – 7 p.m. via Zoom (contact Kristin Molitor, evangelist@tworiverscatholic.com, for the link)
April 6th – 10:30 a.m. at All Saints – St. Mary’s basement
April 19th – 7 p.m. via Zoom (contact Kristin Molitor for the link)
April 20th – 10:30 a.m. at All Saints – St. Mary’s basement


What does it mean to consecrate yourself to St. Joseph?

What does it mean for a person to be consecrated to St. Joseph? Well, it basically means that you acknowledge that he is your spiritual father, and you want to be like him. To show it, you entrust yourself entirely into his paternal care so that he can help you acquire his virtues and become holy. Total consecration to St. Joseph means you make a formal act of filial entrustment to your spiritual father so that he can take care of your spiritual well-being and lead you to God. The person who consecrates himself to St. Joseph wants to be as close to their spiritual father as possible, to the point of resembling him in virtue and holiness. Saint Joseph, in turn, will give those consecrated to him his undivided attention, protection, and guidance.

Click here to visit Fr. Donald Calloway’s website to learn more about what consecration to St. Joseph means

Click here for prayers to St. Joseph

Pray the Litany of St. Joseph with Fr. Gregory


Video Resources about Consecration to St. Joseph