Hail St. Joseph!

Please join us as we pray for Canada

Dear friends,

The friends of St. Joseph are a small and informal group of committed ‘friends’ to our patron St. Joseph.  As a demonstration of our faith, and for the love and protection of all Canadians, we sponsor a few devotions in the form of novenas each year. We gather on Parliament Hill at sunrise to pray our novenas with the express intention of praying for Canada.

Please find below our 20th annual schedule which commences during this wonderful month of St. Joseph and includes 1.)  St. Joseph Novena, 2.) the Divine Mercy Novena and finally, 3.) a short Triduum culminating on the Feast of St. Joseph The Worker. We invite you to join us in-person or in prayer.

Please extend this invitation broadly to others who might like to join us. All are welcome. Remember to dress warmly. It is cold on the hill at this time of day.

Yours Truly

friends of St. Joseph

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20th Annual Novena Schedule: Please Join Us as We Pray for Canada

Pray a Sunrise Novena with us on Parliament Hill: Honor the Divine Mercy and St. Joseph whose powerful intercession, as Canada’s Patron Saint, is sought to obtain God’s Mercy and Blessing on Canada

All prayerful processions begin at the Centennial Flame at 6:15 AM

Duration is approximately 30 minutes

1.) 20th Annual St. Joseph Novena:: March 10, 2012 through March 19, 2012 at 6:15 AM

2.) 20th Annual Divine Mercy Novena:: Good Friday, April 6, 2012 through April 16, 2012 at 6:15 AM

3.) 20th Annual Triduum of St. Joseph the Worker: April 28, 2012 through May 1, 2012 at 6:15 AM

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Hail, St. Joseph, Patron of Canada, protector and guardian of our beloved homeland. Keep under your sovereign patronage, in this hour of crisis, the unity, the faith and integrity of your children, the Canadian people, from sea to sea. Amen.

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Sponsored by friends of St. Joseph


Questions: Contact Paul Lauzon @ (613) 565-2325

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