Tag Archives: Our Lady of Guadalupe

Night Will Be No More: Tú Vales (You Count)

While El Paso bishop Mark Seitz’s pastoral letter addresses primarily the situation of Latinos in the contemporary world, he is not ignorant of the Black lives that matter. A reminder of the racism at the root of our second-largest state … Continue reading

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Anticipation

In my new archdiocese I’ve encountered an interesting liturgical practice: the anticipation of significant feasts, sometimes more than a week in advance. This year, with the Immaculate Comception observance falling on a Saturday, the cathedral observed Our Lady of Guadalupe … Continue reading

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