On 19 Sep­tem­ber 2010 I foun­ded the “Lay Com­mu­ni­ty of St Joseph”.

On this day we cele­bra­ted St Joseph as nur­sing and fos­ter father of JESUS. It also has a deep mea­ning that it was pre­cise­ly on this very feast day.

This lay com­mu­ni­ty is par­ti­cu­lar­ly dedi­ca­ted to St Joseph.

Its mem­bers remain at home dres­sed as laypersons.

On admis­si­on the mem­bers will recei­ve the Arti­cles, a pic­tu­re of St Joseph with a par­ti­cu­lar, short pray­er and a Medal of St Joseph. Mem­bers will recei­ve a cir­cu­lar let­ter each mon­th.
If the­re are any ques­ti­ons, always con­ta­ct me pero­nal­ly, do not ask a third party.

The mem­bers do their best to make St Joseph known. For examp­le if they meet peop­le who­se worries are well known: recom­mend them warm­ly to go to St Joseph, the gre­at hel­per, pro­tec­tor and lawy­er in Hea­ven. After­wards turn to St Joseph on behalf of the­se people.

Should someo­ne, male or fema­le, feel attrac­ted, they can con­ta­ct me at any time. Peop­le living in a more remo­te country/continent, and unab­le to per­so­nal­ly come to Rehe­to­bel due to old age or for other rea­sons, can be admit­ted as “remo­te mem­bers”. In Rehe­to­bel, the admis­si­on is always solemn.

Some­time in the future a reli­gious order will crystal­li­se out of this com­mu­ni­ty – GOD knows when!? May­be I will live to see it.