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.