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Celebrating Saint Joseph’s Day at the Polish Museum of America

Happy Saint Joseph's Day from the Polish Museum of America! Today, we celebrate the patron saint of workers and the father of Jesus. In honor of this special day, we'd like to share some interesting facts about Saint Joseph and highlight some items from our museum's collection that relate to him.
Did you know that Saint Joseph was a carpenter? According to tradition, he taught Jesus the trade and worked hard to provide for his family. Saint Joseph is also known for his unwavering faith and obedience to God's will. In many artworks, he is depicted holding the infant Jesus or a lily, which symbolizes his purity and righteousness.
At the Polish Museum of America, we have several items that depict Saint Joseph, including paintings and religious artifacts.
As we celebrate Saint Joseph's Day, we invite you to visit the Polish Museum of America and explore our collection of artifacts and artwork that showcase the rich history and culture of Poland. We hope that you will be inspired by the faith and devotion of Saint Joseph, and that you will join us in honoring his legacy.

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