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"From 1519 to 2019: Indigenous Christianity 500 Years after Cortés" officially ended this morning with Mass & fellowship at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, where in 1531 the Virgin appeared to native convert, St. Juan Diego. Gloria Dei.
CFH on our last full day together, standing beside the indigenous baroque church of Santa María Tonantzintla.
CFH "choir" singing on the bus en route to Mexico City. Oops, we overheated. Eating on a roadside cafe as we await another bus. It has arrived! Vamanos.
CFHers exploring the 17th c indigenous baroque church of Santa Maria Tonantzintla in San Andrés Cholula. An explosion of local talavera, native faces, angels, symbols, even deities.