On the occasion of the feast of St. Joseph, the worker on 1st may 2005, in his first public appearance to the people pope Benedict XVI appealed for worthy conditions of work, where he highlighted the liturgical memorial of St. Joseph the worker that was instituted 50 years ago by Pope XII 'to underline the importance of work and of the presence of Christ and of the Church in the working world'. This movement emphasizes the importance for workers to unite it and stand against the evils that attact the working class society and educates towards labour and other laws.