The Workers of St. Joseph is a non-profit
organization comprised of people who try to lead a Christian life based on a
Joseph way of thinking, living and loving. The St. Joseph medal (pictured above) is a symbol
of their lifestyle and their devotion to Christ through his human father. The
Workers also advocate perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. For more
information on this subject, click
here. There are many spiritual books and pamphlets available through
the Workers; please see the links below for a complete list with current
prices. Tony Silvia and John Hurley
host a morning talk show for the Workers on WEBR Fairfax Public Radio on
Thursdays at 10 A.M. Eastern Time (GMT - 05:00); the show features modern religious
music and discussion. For more information on the Workers of St.
Joseph, please contact them at P.O. Box 5542 Friendship Station, Washington, D.C.20016 (Tel.
301-253-8893 or 703-527-0237) or e-mail them.
You may join the Workers as
an individual, family or group. We encourage starting local Unions or small
prayer groups. Joining as a family would be a wonderful way to promote a Joseph
way of life. Trying to emulate St.
Joseph in our daily life is a great way to work for
Christ. Adoration of the Holy Eucharist is a priority with The Workers of St. Joseph. Everything
that we do in our daily lives should lead us to Jesus. Daily Mass and frequent
visits to the Blessed Sacrament will guarantee us easier passage to the
eternal. Our Motto: With Joseph and Mary to Jesus. Membership Enrollment Forms are now available.
Simply fill out and mail in.
For information about our St. Joseph House, click here.
Visit the Workers of St. Joseph electronic greeting card site!