Help TFP Louisiana Acquire This Extraordinary Statue of Saint Joseph!

Every year, members of Tradition, Family, Property—Louisiana host a Saint Joseph’s Altar at their New Orleans center. A Saint Joseph’s Altar is an Italian tradition in which families set up altars with breads and treats to honor the Protector of the Universal Church on his feast day. This tradition began in the Middle Ages in Sicily, beseeching Saint Joseph to deliver the people from famine. The descendants of these Sicilians later brought the Saint Joseph’s Altar tradition to New Orleans in the late nineteenth century.

This beautiful statue of Saint Joseph is on loan, please consider making a donation towards it’s acquisition!