When something is going to happen has had a resurgence in interest this month as town is reintroduced to large, faith-based events.continue reading But When, Exactly?
Buildings, art, fiestas and fireworks mark a strong correlation between what we do today with the indigenous’ and Spain’s Catholic beliefs. continue reading San Miguel – Where Religion Always Rules
On Saturday enjoy a free concert for the 400th anniversary of the canonization of St. Phillip Neri, founder of the most popular church in town.continue reading Concert for Joy, Laughter and Pooches
The two largest foreigner-run charities have taken vastly different approaches to the law requiring each to drop non-mission businesses. continue reading Kudos to Foreigner-Run Charities!
Unicef has sponsored the locally made Mexican Maria Doll Coloring book. Each coloring book sale through Unicef provides vaccines to 14 children. continue reading Unicef Sponsors Maria’s Coloring Book!
The cultural blend between Spain and the indigenous is obvious and omnipresent in the roles religion still plays.continue reading Religion Forever Marking San Miguel