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Only In Print: Resolving Mysteries That Surround the Foster Father of Jesus: Saint Joseph

Images of the Holy Family’s household are beautifully displayed in several stained glass windows at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. (Photo: Bill Miller)

PROSPECT HEIGHTS — He was humble, and silent in the scriptures. He was a carpenter, and — most famously — he was the foster father of Jesus. But is that all there is to know about St. Joseph? 

Consider this: St. Joseph’s mission did not end with his earthly death …

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