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New archbishop extends hand of friendship to other faiths

Promising to be a low-key pastor, dedicated to his flock, open to other faiths and without political bias, Cardinal Jose Francisco Robles Ortega was installed as the new archbishop of Guadalajara Tuesday.


Second swine flu death

The resurgent A-H1N1 virus has claimed its second Jalisco victim of the year. The State Health Department confirmed  that a 30-year-old man died from swine flu in the Guadalajara Civil Hospital on January 16. This follows the death of a 76-year-old man from Guadalajara, as reported last week.

Calderon to retire in Guadalajara?

Unveiling the Ciudad Creativa Digital at the Expo Guadalajara, President Felipe Calderon was interrupted by an angry heckler.

New archbishop takes over Tuesday

Cardinal Jose Francisco Robles Ortega will formally assume his role as Archbishop of Guadalajara on Tuesday, February 7 at a ceremony at the Estadio Tres de Marzo in Zapopan.

City has more cars than trees

In Guadalajara there is a car for every 2.5 people and there are more automobiles than trees per square meter.

Selection of state orchestra music director gets muddy

The choosing of a music director for the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra, after 14 months during which three candidates were tried out, is now mired in uncertainty.