Restoration Project



St. Joseph Apache Mission church sits nestled in the heart of the Sacramento Mountains where it stands as a tribute to the faith, patriotism and courage of the people of southern New Mexico.

This inspiring Romanesque church was built to serve the people of the Mescalero Apache Reservation, and has been dedicated as a memorial to veterans who gave their lives in World War I and II.

Through the years St. Joseph Apache Mission has continued to serve the spiritual and communal needs of the Mescalero Apache and surrounding neighbors.

So what's THE PROBLEM?

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Progress Reports
of the restoration work done through April 2011

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St. Joseph Apache Mission

Be sure to check out these pages:

2011 Mission's Annual Raffle!

May 2011 Newsletter!

Current Progress Report!

“What's Happening Now?”
Summer 2011

Congratulations St. Joseph Mission!!

On February 1, 2005 St. Joseph Apache Mission church
was officially entered in the National Register of Historic Places.
Many Thanks to all those who worked so hard to have this
cherished church and veteran's memorial placed on this official
federal list of historic properties worthy of preservation.




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St. Joseph Apache Mission Restoration Project
PO Box 187
626 Mission Trail
Mescalero, NM 88340

Parish Office: 575-464-4473
Restoration Office: 575-464-4539

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