— Servants of The Holy Family (SHF) in Colorado Springs, Colorado will begin scheduled viewings of a relic of the True Cross of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ beginning on Saturday, November 2nd on the grounds of the community at 8528 Kenosha Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80908, USA.
The True Cross is the name for the relic (the physical remains of a holy person, place or object) which, by tradition, is from the cross upon which Jesus was crucified. The relic of the True Cross at SHF is one of the rare, small relics taken from the major portion of the True Cross which is preserved in the Roman Basilica of the Holy Cross.
SHF was founded in 1977 by Father Anthony Ward on the feast of the Holy Family and was placed under the patronage of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. The community has been located in Colorado since February 1977. The motherhouse with its chapel is situated on ten acres of land south of the Black Forest near the city of Colorado Springs, Colorado.
When Fr. Ward was leaving the seminary of the Immaculate Conception for continued studies at the Pontifical Institute in Fribourg, Switzerland. His moral theology priest-professor gave him this relic.
“In addition to viewing the relic mentioned, it’s also possible to make a donation to our church via our website or by contacting the church,” Michael McMahon of the Servants of the Holy Family. “At our Servants of The Holy Family Colorado Springs location, we offer our parishioners access to a traditional Latin mass and invite those in and around the area to join us for this spiritual event.”
More about the upcoming viewings or to schedule a viewing of the relic of the True Cross of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ can be done by visiting the website or by emailing email@example.com.
ABOUT SERVANTS OF THE HOLY FAMILY COLORADO SPRINGS
Servants of the Holy Family, a Catholic religious community, was founded on the Feast of the Holy Family in 1977 and is placed under the patronage of the Sacred Persons of Jesus, Mary and Joseph. It is the first traditional Latin Mass religious community for men founded in the United States after attempts began in 1970 to replace the ancient Mass. The community has been located in Colorado since February 1977. Since that time, it has accepted priests, seminarians, and brothers as members. The motherhouse with its chapel is situated on ten acres of beautifully wooded parkland south of the Black Forest near the city of Colorado Springs.
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