The Holy Family Sculpture is an inventive and touching devotional work combines the elegance, sophistication, and tradition of 15th-century style with an endlessly mystical portrayal of Mary, Joseph, and the Christ Child. Sculpted by contemporary artist Carlo Bronti, who trained in the classic statuary carving arts of Pietrasanta, it is cast in quality designer resin. It is a contemplative piece for your home or garden.
Devotions to the Holy Family
Devotion to the Holy Family is a recent development, but one that naturally grows out of a love for Jesus and his family. The cult of the Holy Family grew in popularity in the 17th century, and several religious congregations have been founded under this title. The Holy Family also became portrayed in popular art of the period.
The Feast of the Holy Family is not just about the Holy Family, but about our own families too. The main purpose of the Feast is to present the Holy Family as the model for all Christian families, and for domestic life in general. Our family life becomes sanctified when we live the life of the Church within our homes. This is called the “domestic church” or the “church in miniature.” St. John Chrysostom urged all Christians to make each home a “family church,” and in doing so, we sanctify the family unit. Just how does one live out the Church in the family? The best way is by making Christ the center of family and individual life. Ways to do this include: reading scripture regularly, praying daily, attending Mass at least on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, imitating the actions of the Holy Family, going to confession frequently, and so forth, all done together as a family unit.
The Holy Family Sculpture is also available in:
- Grande Size: 17½”Wx12½”Dx42″H. 58 lbs.
- Estate Size: 27″Wx18″Dx58½”H. 96 lbs.
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