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What does it mean to be consecrated to the Holy Family, Jesus, Mary and Joseph?
To make each family a holy family and each home a new Nazareth

The Church has always shown concern for the family. She proposes the Holy Family as the prototype for all Christian families as well as the living Gospel of all the values that today’s families are to live and proclaim. To be consecrated to the Holy Family of Nazareth, members are committed in their efforts to make the home a place of sanctification and a center of fellowship and service after the example of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Members of the Holy Family are committed to spreading the Gospel of Nazareth in the midst of the human society, by prayer, by adopting the spirituality of the Holy Family, and by proclaiming through word and deed its values. Thus, they come to form a family of disciples, witnesses and apostles of the Holy Family, Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

At St. Joseph’s Parish we are inviting parishioners of any household to consecrate themselves to the Holy Family. Each week the parishioner will take the sanctuary of the Holy Family into their homes for one week of daily prayer. At the end of your week, you will bring back the sanctuary to the church for the next family.

This is open to all parish members. Any individual can pray each day by yourself or you can invite family members or friends to join you in prayer.

This is a good opportunity for families to teach their children how to pray and the value of prayer in their lives using the Holy Family as examples of how to live with God.

We have a booklet of possible prayers that will come with the sanctuary to help those who would like some ideas as they develop their personal prayers.

If you would like to sign up for this program, call the parish office at (719) 544-1886. 


corosFr. Steve says prayer for parishioners who receive the Holy Family at a recent mass at St. Joseph's.


Prayer List
Click on the link to view each Prayer listed below or view the full list HERE 


Prayer to St. Joseph
This prayer, from a 19th-century French prayer book, has been recited by Pope Francis every day for more than 40 years.


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This program is being conducted by the St. Joseph Catholic Church Knights of Columbus 9456


Come Join Our Parish!

Want to become a member of our Parish? Click HERE to download our registration form. Fill the form out, print and bring it to our office during office hours or any mass on the weekends. Call if you have any questions.

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Parish Office

Wanting to leave a Mass Intention for a loved one? Looking to sign up to make your First Communion? Be a part of the parish's High School Confirmation class I and II or do want to join our Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A) program? Give us a call and we will be glad to get you signed up

Parish Office
1145 S. Aspen Road
Pueblo, CO 81006
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Mon.- Thurs.)
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Fri.)

Holy Family Testimonials

"Invite the Holy Family to spend a week with you! Set them on the coffee table, have them join you at the table for meals. Have them on the kitchen counter while you’re cooking and cleaning up. Make them part of your life. Pray the prayers on the sheets, or just talk to them about your life—then listen quietly for Jesus’ response. Have a wonderful week of awareness of the glory of the Holy Family!"
-- Bill & Joan & Bob Haley 

"Joanne and I have taken the Shrine home twice. Having the Shrine at our home brings an aura of peace and contentment. It also brings a deeper perspective of daily prayers and reflection. We recommend taking the Shrine home and enjoy the peace, contentment, and prayer reflection."
-- Bill & Joanne Bolt 

"I have had the opportunity to take the Holy Family into my home three times. I can't even begin to express the extra peace and love that is felt with the Holy Family displayed in my family room. The prayers that are given with it are beautiful. This past Thanksgiving, I had it, and as we prayed before our meal, I included the dedication of my family to the protection of the Holy Family as part of our grace. I feel that if others could sense the love coming from the Holy Family display, people would be lining up to take it into their homes."
-- Karen DeCarlo

"Having the Holy Family in your home is a great way to reflect on the love of family and pray for everyone in your lives in a concentrated effort. It is a beautiful way to start your day and/or a peaceful way to end the day. The time you take for prayer and reflection is a precious gift from the Holy Family. I encourage everyone to take the opportunity to invite the Holy Family into their home and into their lives. You will want to do it on a regular basis because of the peace it brings into your life and home."
-- Terrie Tafoya


Shirts & Scarves

St. Joseph Council of Catholic Women have shirts and scarves available for their members. Stop by to see Josie Marrufo in the Parish Office or call her at 719-544-1886 (ext. 100).

Shirt prices: (S/M/L/XL $7.00)
(2XL $9.00) (3XL $11.00)
Blue Scarves: ($5.00)

Quinceanera Information

If you are planning a Quinceanera the requirements are:

  • the young lady be registered in Religious Ed and must have attended classes the year prior.
  • Must attend class with Maria Cornejo with explanation of what the Quinceanera celebration is about

Please contact the office to register 719-544-1886.

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