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Death in New Mexico

New Mexico’s Angels

It wasn’t until the early 1830s that the concept of having a final image of a loved one began to take root. The most common

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Santa Fe History

Yahweh in Santa Fe

Numerous hidden historical treasures providing clues to Santa Fe’s fascinating past abound. Proof of this phenomena is right in plain sight. Upon entering the Cathedral

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Santa Fe History

A Travelling Tradition

The annual novena to La Conquistadora begins with her procession to Rosario Chapel. My cousin, Bill Garcia, took this photo yesterday after the novena. Santa

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Santa Fe History

Santa Fe’s Patron Saint

Today, October 4th, is the Catholic feast day for St. Francis of Assisi. New Mexico’s capital city became La Villa Real de la Santa Fe

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New Mexico History

A Month in History

August in an auspicious month in New Mexico history. In numerology the number eight signifies the power to do or be. It also means the

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