Attributes of Saint Joseph

Attributes of Saint Joseph

To us, the attributes are guiding stars: they illuminate our path, reveal the steps to take and guide us in the task of making life sacred. Deepening into them means to penetrate the essence of our own being.



The objective of service is to fulfill the Purpose of existence. It is the vocation of every soul.

“I want to expand, throughout the world, the spirit of charity,
and awaken within hearts the vocation of selfless service,
because today I tell you that true service done with love transmutes and transforms the human condition.”

Saint Joseph on February 19, 2014


In this state, the human being recognizes the Omnipotence and Omnipresence of the One Life; they surrender to It and begin to perceive that all comes from this Supreme Source.

True humility is born out of perseverance in the Heart of God,
because the soul that never tires of seeking the Lord ends up merging with Him
in heart, essence and spirit.”

Saint Joseph on July 19, 2013


Chastity is the quest for the state of purity on all levels of being.

“As the Most Chaste Heart, I come to pour out this archetype of chastity
upon each one of you present here, and upon all those who are willing
to take the steps towards the New Humanity."

Saint Joseph on March 19, 2013


It is the rudder that keeps the consciousness on the correct heading. Simplicity brings both transparency within actions and capacity of decision.

“Be simple of heart, mind and spirit, and seek,
in the joy of praising God, the key for a more consistent transformation”.

Saint Joseph on December 19, 2013



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Founded in December of 2012, at the request of the Virgin Mary, Association Mary, Mother of the Divine Conception, is a religious association without ties to any institutionalized religion. It has a philosophical-spiritual, ecumenical, humanitarian, charitable, cultural character, and it supports all activities that are indicated through the instructions transmitted by Christ Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and Saint Joseph. Read more