jueves, 3 de octubre de 2013

Santo Nino de Atocha Shrine, Hurley, New Mexico

The Colonial Revival Church at 204 Cortez, Hurley, New Mexico, was build in 1952, on donated land from Kennecott Copper Corporation. The same site housed the original Infant Jesus Catholic Church established in June, 1916. In typical form of the style, it has double central doors. Our stained glass and wrought Iron doors have the  image of Our Santo Nino de Atocha and Our Lady of Guadalupe. Eight arched stained glass windows portray the images of various saints. The walls also display the Stations of the Cross. Above the new altar in the colonial revival style is the cupola. A magnificent painting by Italian artist, Guiseppe Kadich, was completed in 1952. Restoration will be done by  Spanish Colonial Art Society, Santero artist, Joseph M. Chavez. The painting portrays the Santo Nino de Atocha amidst clouds with a array of angels in adoration.

Church Hours: Monday-Friday
8:00 - 5:00  Saturday & Sunday 9:00 - 5:00

Gift Shop Monday- Friday 8:00 - 5:00
Saturday & Sunday after each mass

Call us: 575-537-3691

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