Saint Joseph, I am going to place you in a difficult position with your head in darkness and you will suffer as our Lord suffered, until this house is sold. Then, Saint Joseph, I swear before the cross and God Almighty, that I will redeem you and you will receive my gratitude and a place of honor in my home. Amen.
St. Joseph has become know as the Patron Saint of Home Sales. People across the country, if not the world, often bury a small St. Joseph statue in the yard, and a successful closing won’t be long in the offing.
“O Saint Joseph , I never weary contemplating you and Jesus asleep in your arms; I dare not approach while He reposes near your heart. ” Saint Joseph , Patron of departed souls – pray for me. (Mention your intention) Amen.”
You must bury the statue upside down. The philosophy behind this suggest that St Joseph will work stronger to leave the ground when buried upside down so he can find a content home in which to reside. When your house is sold , dig up your St Joseph statue and provide it a place of integrity in your new house .
Saint Joseph is the patron saint of the “worker” and “protector”. Catholics worldwide pray to St Joseph when they are in financial need or they need assistance with a pressing need such as selling their homes .
It was not long before they got the land they needed to continue their work . There is also the old German ritual of carpenters burying a statue of their patron St . Joseph statue can help in a real estate deal. There is really no record in folklore about statue burial as a widespread practice.
The good news is that God listens, and there are actions we can take to help our specific real estate needs. Do pray for your house , whether it sells or not. Pray that every person who enters through your doors will sense God and will want to know him more.
Prayer for God’s Presence Dear Lord, I pray that the house that I buy is built by You. I pray that Your hand is upon my future home , because unless You build the house , the builders will have labored in vain. The success of buying a home depends on the presence and blessing of You.
Apparently Saint Joseph (San Jose in Spanish and San Giuseppe in Italian) is the Patron Saint of real estate matters and home sales (among other things). The superstition involves burying (planting) a statue of Saint Joseph upside down in the yard while your house is for sale.
Pope Pius IX proclaimed Saint Joseph the patron of the Universal Church in 1870. Having died in the “arms of Jesus and Mary” according to Catholic tradition, he is considered the model of the pious believer who receives grace at the moment of death, in other words, the patron of a happy death.
Cajetan : Patron Saint of Job Seekers. St. Cajetan was an Italian Catholic priest who had a great heart for the poor. His compassion for the unfortunate became so great that he decided to set up a bank to offer them trainings and alternative livelihood, and also to offer an alternative to usurers (loan sharks).
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St . Joseph can be buried in the front yard, upside down (head down again), facing away from the house or in the back yard, right side up, facing the house. Either way – you’ve got your bases covered!
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