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Mexican president considers abortion referendum

López Obrador is unlikely to push for legalization now, as he needs Catholic Church to help fight violence.

Mexico soon to erect the world’s tallest statue of Jesus Christ

The new statue will be nearly twice as tall as the current record holder.

A brief guide to the Mexican tradition of Las Posadas

Christ's birth is relived with this vibrant Christmas tradition from Mexico.

An inside look at the hidden symbols found in Our Lady of Guadalupe’s image

A brief tour of the profound spiritual symbolism found in the image.

Want to make a pilgrimage to the Basilica of Guadalupe? Here’s what you need to know

Millions of people visit the Mexico's Basilica of Guadalupe on December 12 each year.   

Our Lady of Guadalupe accepts digital prayers

Now you can make a pilgrim's prayer at the Basilica of Guadalupe from the comfort of your home.

5 Not-to-be-missed Catholic churches in Mexico

From Baroque facades to pink quarry structures and golden chapels, Mexico is not short of Catholic architectural wonders.  

America’s oldest work of Christian art was made by Aztecs in Mexico

The mosaic depicting a Eucharistic miracle combines Aztec iconography and Indian feather art.

Mexican president-elect seems to have strong support for agenda of change

Andrés Manuel López Obrador promises to focus on corruption, war on drugs, poverty and relations with US.

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