Holy Family

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The Holy Family refers to Jesus, the Virgin Mary (His mother), and Joseph (His father). Stories of the lives of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph are found in the New Testament of the Bible. This is a term more commonly associated with Roman Catholicism than with most other denominations. Church buildings and other places of worship are often dedicated to the Holy Family, one of the most famous being Gaudi's Temple of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.