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The Loretto Chapel Staircase, New Mexico. Said to have been built by St Joseph in answer to the sisters' novena.

The Loretto Chapel Staircase, New Mexico. Said to have been built by St Joseph in answer to the sisters' novena.

Statue of Saint Joseph with The Baby Jesus

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A TOP PIN! Fillmore Canyon, is quite the "lady-like" waterfall, with its slender and rather contained flow and beauty, it is a sight to remember. Photographer Frank Carey describes the scene as a "fireman turning on a water hose!" In New Mexico

9 Waterfalls You Can't Believe Are In New Mexico

A TOP PIN! Fillmore Canyon, is quite the "lady-like" waterfall, with its slender and rather contained flow and beauty, it is a sight to remember. Photographer Frank Carey describes the scene as a "fireman turning on a water hose!" In New Mexico

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Neuvaine à Notre Dame de la Médaille Miraculeuse

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The Miraculous Staircase in the Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico.   Completed in 1878, there was no way to access the choir loft twenty-two feet above.  The Sisters of the Chapel prayed to St. Joseph. Legend has, a man appeared at the Chapel with a donkey and a toolbox looking for work. He built this staircase which has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. Once completed, the carpenter disappeared without pay.  Many believe he was St. Joseph himself. | by Len Saltiel

The Miraculous Staircase in the Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Completed in 1878, there was no way to access the choir loft twenty-two feet above. The Sisters of the Chapel prayed to St. Joseph. Legend has, a man appeared at the Chapel with a donkey and a toolbox looking for work. He built this staircase which has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. Once completed, the carpenter disappeared without pay. Many believe he was St. Joseph himself. | by Len Saltiel

Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The staircase has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. Also, the staircase was built without nails—only wooden pegs. Photo by Andy New.

Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The staircase has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. Also, the staircase was built without nails—only wooden pegs. Photo by Andy New.