Thomas Griffin (12/23/20)
In “The Year of St. Joseph” We Can All Learn From His Humble Example – The Federalist (12/23/20)
Excerpt: “The culture is sown with an enormous number of struggles, tensions, and strife, which the pope desires to offer a remedy and exemplar to ponder. Joseph isn’t a model out of touch or ambiguous, but a practical man, a carpenter and ordinary husband who teaches men how to be virtuous and women and children that they deserve to be protected, trusted, and cared for.
In a year in which married couples and families have been spending more time together than ever before, it is the perfect time to encounter Joseph and make this year devoted to learning from his example.”
Thomas Griffin teaches at a Catholic high school on Long Island and lives with his wife and son. He received a master’s degree in theology and is currently a master’s candidate in philosophy. He writes for several Catholic media outlets.
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