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The Beat of Human Hearts

Have you heard about the ruckus in Santa Fe? Have you heard about all the fuss being made over an image of Guadalupe now hanging at a gallery in Santa Fe? A bare-breasted Guadalupe. Imagine that! Actually, we don’t have … Continue reading

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In the Bowl of a Question Mark

Each year, on the 12th of December, people throughout the Americas rise early and make their way to church where they greet  La Virgen de Guadalupe with songs and flowers and a retelling of her story.  Each year they spend … Continue reading

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Hallowing

Who are you, Guadalupe? Who are you to me? And who are you to us? Legend has you coming to the poor peasant Juan Diego. Accompanied by heavenly song, You meet him on the desert mountain they call Tepeyac. You … Continue reading

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