St. Joseph Day Feast Preparations with Sista Felicia

Gloucester St. Joseph Feast ©Kim Smith 2013

Making bread and pasta is a family tradition and children of all ages are both welcome and encouraged to participate in the preparations.

Gloucester St. Joseph Feast -2 ©Kim Smith 2013

Dads Are Welcome Too!

Gloucester St. Joseph Feast -1 ©Kim Smith 2013Father Green Blessing the Altar and Feast Food

Gloucester St. Joseph Feast Altar ©Kim Smith 2013The Ciaramitaro-Mohan First-Ever St. Joseph Day Altar

About Kim Smith

Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden"
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8 Responses to St. Joseph Day Feast Preparations with Sista Felicia

  1. Craig Kimberley says:

    Just as lovely as could be! I can’t wait to see the video and photos from you Kim!

  2. Frank says:

    We are so bummed out we couldn’t make it. Maybe next year.

  3. pclbc says:

    The celebration was amazing. We recited the Rosary at 5 o’clock tonight it will be at 7. Kim thank you for sharing the photos you took. Can’t wait to see the Documentary when it’s finished . You are amazing.

    • Kim Smith says:

      Thank you Pat. You and your family are amazing–the preparations and celebrations are Beautiful in Every Way Imaginable. I am blessed to be invited to participate.

      These photos were posted hurriedly and I have additional snapshots of the bista and bread making–will post those tomorrow–a beautiful one of you and your sister.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Do you know of any altars where they share a meal for a donation to the poor? I live in NH and am from New Orleans where the altars are primarily food. Thanks

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