In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day they take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So I thought that on Fridays I would participate and take it easy on posting, too. Therefore, I’ll ask a simple question for you to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response.
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Have you ever heard of Saint Joseph or sold a house utilizing this belief?
Wow, I’m shocked by how many have never heard of this – I thought everyone knew about it! Good luck Tamy!
Yes I have heard of him. I have never sold a house but if I did I would definately bury him in my yard!
I was actually the office manager at a real estate agency and they sell these at the local real estate board office.
I have to tell you honestly that I’ve seen it work way too many times to doubt it!
I have never heard of this. I am not Catholic, so I do not pray to saints.
Is that the one where you bury it upside down in the yard?
Yes I have indeed heard of St. Joseph. No I never used it as a way to sell a home.
I am Jewish, but I worked as a teacher in a Catholic school. I know a teacher that did this when she was selling her house and it sold quite quickly.
No, I have not heard that there was a patron saint for home sales. But that’s very interesting.
I’ve heard of it and our realtor gave us one of these saints, but we never did get it buried. Last night we signed a contract for selling our house so you can obviously sell without one.
Good luck with your sale.
Huh? I not a Catholic…
I’m sure it’s all good.
Have a great Friday!
OMG! No, I’d never heard of that pratice, and I was raised Catholic!
No, I have never heard of him.
I am not familiar with St. Joseph (or selling a house for that matter) !
I have heard of St. Joseph, but have never sold a house following him. I am Christian and pray to many of the saints.
I’ve never heard of him, but that’s an interesting story!
No, I’ve never heard of him. But I guess using that belief couldn’t hurt. 🙂
check thishttp://snowbirdblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/thank-you-st-joseph.html out
I’ve never done it, but I’ve heard of it from a book I read last summer called Life’s a Beach.
Aloha Tamy! How I wish I was in Hawaii right now…
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