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Saints & Seasons: A Guide to New Mexico’s Most Popular Saints

By Ana Pacheco

A listing of the feast days for popular New Mexico saints and their mission churches featuring the art of contemporary Spanish Market artists.

Pages: 124

$19.99

The most popular saints for Catholics in New Mexico that are featured in Saints & Seasons include:

New Mexico Church Altar Screens, San Cayetano, Santo Niño de Praga, The Infant of Prague, St. Terese de Lisieux, St. Therese of Lisieux, Flight from Egypt, San Basilio, St. Basil, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, The Epiphany, San Sebastian, St. Sebastian, San Vicente de Zaragosa,
St. Vincent, San Illdefonso, San Francisco de Salas, St. Francis de Sales, Santo Tomas Aquinas, St. Thomas Aquinas, Santa Brigida, St. Brigid, San Felipe de Jesus, St. Philip, San Valentin,
St. Valentine, San Albino, San Patricio, St. Patrick, San Jose, St. Joseph, Gabriel the Archangel, St. Gabriel, The Last Supper, Stations of the Cross, St. John Baptiste de la Salle, St. Bernadette, St. George, St. Zita, Nuestra Señora de Alma, Nuestra Señora del Camino, Nuestra Señora de la Luz, Nuestra Señora de San Juan de los Lagos, Nuestra Señora de Merced, Nuestra Señora Purisima, Nuestra Señora de Valencia, St. Joseph, San Peregrino, St. Florian, St. Dymphna, San Isidro, San Juan Nepomuceno, San Pascual, Our Lady of Light, Santa Rita, San Bernardo, Corpus Christi, Joan of Arc, Sagrado Corazon, Sacred Heart, Holy Trinity, San Antonio de Padua, St. Anthony, San Luis Gonzaga, St. Louis, San Acacio, Immaculate Heart of Mary, San Juan Bautista, St. John the Baptist, San Pedro, St. Peter, Santo Tomas, St. Thomas, Our Lady of Refuge, St. Benedict, Santa Veronica, St. Veronica, San Camino de Lelis, St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Santa Librada, St. Uncumber, Santa Maria Magdalena, St. Mary Magdalene, San Cristobal, St. Christopher, Santiago de Compostela, St. James, Santa Ana, St. Anne, San Ignacio de Loyola, St. Ignatius, San Juan Diego, Santo Domingo, St. Dominic, San Lorenzo, St. Lawrence, Santa Clara, St. Claire, St. Maximilian Kolbe, San Roque, St. Roch, St. Helen, Santa Rosa de Lima, St. Rose, San Agustin, St. Augustine, San Ramon Nonato, St. Ramon, Santa Rosalia, St. Rose, Santa Maria Turibia, Triumph of the Holy Cross, Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, Padre Pio, Archangel Michael, Archangel Gabriel, Archangel Raphael, San Geronimo, St. Jerome, Santa Teresita del Niño Jesus, San Francisco de Asis, St. Francis, Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Santa Teresa de Avila, St. Theresa, San Lucas, St. Luke, Santa Ursula, St. Jude, All Saints Day, All Souls Day, San Martin de Porres, San Andres Avellino, San Diego, St. Gertrudis, St. Gertrude, La Fiesta de Cristo Rey, San Andres, Santa Barbara, St. Barbara, San Nicolas, St. Nicholas, Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Santa Lucia, St. Lucy, San Juan Marinoni, The Birth of Christ, Santo Niño de Atocha, and the Holy Family.

Spanish Market artists featured include: Charlie Carrillo, Polly E. Chavez, Arlene Cisneros Sena, Horacio Cordova, Gustavo Victor Goler, Krissa Maria Lopez- Moya, Arthur Lopez, Ramon Jose Lopez, Frankie Nasario Lucero, Marie A. Luna, Richard Montoya, Ruben O. Montoya, Arturo Olivas, Carlos Jose Otero, Nicolas Roldon Otero, Henry Parra, Archie Perea, Marie Romero Cash, Carlos Santistevan, Monica Sosaya Halford, Gabriel Vigil.