Denver, Colo., May 3, 2021 / 16:00 pm
A new online course to be offered by the Archdiocese of Denver this summer will aim to teach lessons from St. Joseph, in honor of the ongoing Year of St. Joseph.
The course for both men and women will be taught by Daniel Campbell, director of Denver’s St. John Vianney Seminary Lay Division. He told CNA that the course is intended to offer an intensive, in-depth study of Jesus’ foster father, based primarily on Scripture.
Pope Francis in December declared a Year of St. Joseph, in honor of the 150th anniversary of Blessed Pius IX declaring the saint patron of the Universal Church.
"It's not just a great opportunity to learn about Joseph, but in the Year of St. Joseph it's such a great chance to expose ourselves to the graces of his intercession," Campbell told CNA of his course.