Sacred family statues are very common in our lives. You often see a happy moment in the park of Jesus, Mary, and St. Joseph together. The Holy family represents a happy family. Take a look at our Sacred family statue. Jesus had grown up. Mary, sitting on a chair, was pointing to something in a book and telling him. Jesus stood by and listened carefully to his mother’s words. Behind them, St. Joseph touched Jesus’ back with one hand and put his other hand on Mary’s shoulder. It looks like a very happy and warm picture.
The Holy family consists of the Baby Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and St. Joseph. This theme became popular in art from the 1490s. But the cult of the Holy Family began in earnest in the 17th century with Saint Francois de Laval, the first bishop of New France. He founded a fraternity. Holy Family Day is a liturgical celebration in the Catholic Church as well as in many Lutheran and Anglican churches, honoring Jesus, his mother, and his adoptive father, St. Joseph, as a family. It has been observed since Pope Benedict XV inserted it in 1921. The main purpose of the holiday is to use the Holy Family as a model of the Christian family. There are many churches dedicated to the holy family. You can take a look at our sacred family statue. This sacred family statue is a perfect representation of the happy time of Jesus’ family. It is perfect for the public square.