By Patti Maguire Armstrong

Father Joseph T. O'Callahan serves an injured crewman aboard the USS Franklin (CV-13), after the ship was set afire by a Japanese air attack on March 19, 1945 — the Feast of St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus. (Photo: U.S. Navy (Naval Historical Center), via Wikimedia Commons)
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Father Joseph T. O’Callahan tends to an injured crewman aboard the USS Franklin (CV-13), after the ship was set afire by a Japanese air attack on March 19, 1945 — the Feast of St. Joseph.

“Today they need your prayers,” said Venerable Mary Potter. “Tomorrow will be too late.”

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