Do you know the story of St. Joseph?
The father of St. Joseph in the Gospel of Matthew is Jacob; but according to the Gospel of Luke, he is the son of Heli. In any case, St. Joseph is a descendant of the Dawei family. In the Catholic perspective, St. Joseph is the net of the Virgin Mary and the adoptive father of Jesus.
With regard to the birth and death of St. Joseph, there is no description of his birth and death in the four Gospels of the Bible. The descriptions of St. Joseph in the four Gospels are aimed at the birth of Jesus, the life of Jesus in Nadul’s childhood, and there is no other detailed description of St. Joseph. As for his birthplace, the Bible says that Jesus is the “Jadler of Jesus”, so it is known that St. Joseph was born in Nadler.
Since St. Joseph was a carpenter when he was alive, he had a symbol of the laborer. Therefore, Pope Pius XII was appointed as the main protector of St. Joseph’s labor on May 1 of 1955, and became a laborer and trade union organization. The relevant principal saints; this highlights St. Joseph’s role as a model of labor in Catholicism and Christianity. Catholicism and other Christian religions and stories about or relating to St. Joseph and the Holy Family frequently emphasize his patience, persistence, and hard work as an admirable quality that believers should take.
The Bronze Saint Joseph Outdoor Statues are usually in the hands of the carpenter’s square and the tool, the baby Jesus, the cane with the lily, two doves, or the pine.