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Mexican city famous for guitars was introduced to the craft by Catholic bishop

Paracho has been a haven for guitar aficionados since the 16th century

The president of a Mexican pro-euthanasia organization has a change of heart

Amparo Espinosa Rugarcía recently made her testimony public.

40-foot sculpture of Mary, blessed by John Paul II, emerges from river after 10 years

The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe was taken by Hurricane Alex and returned by Hurricane Hanna.

24 priests, four deacons and two nuns have died in Mexico from coronavirus

Death from COVID-19 touches the heart of the Mexican Church.

Mexican state passes legislation to foster “respect for life” in schools

Education reform law is an "important step" in advancing culture of life, Church official says.

Mexican priest talks of “the loving presence of God” while fighting COVID-19

Fr. Antonio Pérez Hernández continued to minister to the sick, even while he grappling with his own illness.

Finding Faith: Transfixed by Mexican folk art crucifixes

Of all the Catholics of the Americas, it is the Americans of Mexico who have given us some of the most striking images in the history of Christian art.

Kidnapped Mexican priest released but found with gunshot wounds

Fr. Roly Candelario Piña Camacho is in serious condition in hospital.

This one town is home to 300 churches

Several legends tell us that angels helped build the city of Puebla, Mexico, and even the large bell on top of the cathedral was placed there by angels themselves.

College Knights walk in footsteps of Mexican Saint

Knights from five college councils spend week living like St. Juan Diego.

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