Loaves for Gratitude


As an act of prayer, Saint Joseph’s Day altars are donned with intricate loaves, many shaped as carpentry tools such as ladders, hammers, and pliers, as a nod to Joseph’s occupation as a carpenter. Others, shaped like animals, represent the onset of spring and fertility. Learn more about La Festa di San Giuseppe at The Inquisitive Eater.

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