Sunday, March 08, 2020

Kansas City St. Joseph Table Tradition

Nice look at this local act of faith for foodies and community. Checkit:

St. Joseph Tables 2020

Centuries ago, a severe famine in Sicily caused considerable suffering and starvation. The farmers turned in prayer to St. Joseph, protector of the family, for help. The famine soon ended and, in gratitude, the farmers honored St. Joseph by covering an altar with their most prized possession: food. St.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And one of the rituals is to prepare a wonderful big meal (food) then feed it to a dead person and watch it suddenly spring up back to life and shout..wow just what I needed thanks!

Anonymous said...

^^^ The life restoring cheeseburger!

Anonymous said...

Saint Joseph’s table events are awesome. Great food, nice people, nice atmosphere. Give one a try.

Anonymous said...

^^^Nah, it’s not worth the risk of molestation.

Anonymous said...

^^Since you like molesting kids you should stay away.