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Central Mexico struts its culinary stuff during 3-day festival

Plaza de Liberacion, centro historico’s largest public square, sees a lot of things: mangers featuring terrifyingly large facsimiles of biblical personalities and hooved desert pack animals, the largest number of agave jimadores ever assembled in one place, countless mariachi concerts, and more.

Easter fun for Tapatios

A 70-something Tapatio recalls Holy Week in Guadalajara: “When I was a child, there was no radio, we didn’t go to the movies.

New bishop has deep Anglican ties yet walks a road less traveled

Ricardo Joel Gómez Osnaya – Padre Ricardo as he is still called, even after his November election as bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Western Mexico – had not yet been born when his grandfather, a layman in Tlajomulco, a town just outside Guadalajara, was knifed to death by a zealous Cristero after leaving an Anglican Mass.