Saint Joseph was a carpenter according to the Bible, and for this reason he was presumed to be a guardian of workers and carpenters. He was also believed to be a “marriage guardian” outside of it. This feast is one of the most important days for Malta.
St. Joseph Feast goes to Maltese as Jum San Ġużepp. According to traditions Maltese go to church in the morning of the morning and pray and In the afternoon they evaluate a picnic.
St Paul’s ritual “strolling the streets of St. Paul’s statue in the city of Valletta”, St. Joseph is being built during the hours of the night in Rabat.
If you are in Malta on March 19th, you can also go to the city of Rabat and witness how they celebrate this feast. I’m sure you catch beautiful photo frames and If you go to Mdina you will also have coffee for the view.