Shrine of the Stations of the Cross
Sangre de Cristo Parish
P.O. Box 326
San Luis, CO. 81152
The Shrine of the Stations of the Cross was built as an act of faith and love for the parishioners of the Sangre de Cristo Parish. We wanted a place of prayer and solace open to members of all faiths and good will. We hope that you will find consolation and peace in your life.
The Stations of the Cross
The Stations of the Cross are a series of graphic meditations of the last hours of Christ's life - His judgment, sufferings, death, and resurrection.
The Shrine is located on a mesa in the center of San Luis, Colorado's oldest town. The Shrine is formally known as "la Mesa de la Piedad y de la Misericordia" (Hill of Piety and Mercy). Here, we have recreated our own Calvary.
Shrine Sculptor - Hubert Maestas
A restless spirit with a passion for art, sculptor Huberto Maestas exuberates a creative energy that is evident not only in art, but life itself.
There is nothing passive about a piece by Maestas. His figures embrace drama, and capture the spirit of form in motion. Visualizing each sculpture before it is begun, he captures the essence of each piece he creates. Addressing his art to the human figure.
Maestas couples his formal art education at Adams State College in Alamosa, Colorado. His work has been exhibited nationally and it is collected internationally. Huberto Maestas' sculpture studio is located in San Luis, Colorado.
Photos By Maria Vigil