This coming Sunday in the EF is replaced by “Saint Joseph the Worker” (1 May).
Here’s the Introit:
By the way, the Rossini Propers, published in 1933, contain the feast of St. Joseph the Workman on 1 May. I’d like to know how this was possible, since this feast wasn’t around in 1933, right? The NOH—published during the 1940s and 1950s—does not contain this feast.
Audio recordings, scores, and videos for this feast have been added to the Goupil website.
English translations are in the Campion Hymnal:
Here’s how it looks in the official 1962 Missale Romanum:
Here’s how it appears in the Fulton J. Sheen Missal (which is available online as a PDF):
I’m told this feast was added by Pope Pius XII to subtly contradict communism.
Latin title: “S. Joseph Opificis”
It is not in “Mass and Vespers” (Solesmes Abbey, 1957):