Mexico Day 3: San Miguel (St. Michael) de Allende and Atotonilco Sanctuary

by Steve Ray on November 28, 2018

I wish we had Catholic cities like this in the United States. San Miguel de Allende is full of churches and convents and generous kind people. We took an amazing walking tour through the city learning many of the secrets and surprises of the present and the past.

Then we went to the Sanctuary at Atotonilco which is a church that has tens of thousands of Mexicans come for prayer and the Saint Ignatius exercises every year. You won’t believe the paintings and the intricate story of the life of Christ on the walls and ceiling’s and even a three dimensional Passion.

We had another wonderful Mass here and you can hear/see the excellent homily of Fr. James here. Enjoy!

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