Prayers to ‘La Virgen’ Are Often Personal, Sometimes Political

Prayers to ‘La Virgen’ Are Often Personal, Sometimes Political

NewsTaco December 19, 2014

*Everyone prays according to their hearts and concerns. Are you a Guadalupe devotee? I’m in a process of discovery, my prayer was for understanding. What was your prayer? VL By […]

An Ofrenda for Our Lady of Guadalupe from a Cancer Survivor’s Son

Mary Mata December 12, 2012

By Ray Salazar, NewsTaco Tradition inspires faith but hope perpetuates devotion.  On December 12, Mexican Catholics mark the appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe in 1531 on a hilltop.  Today, […]

Virgin Of East LA (Video)

Mary Mata July 5, 2012

By Carlos Aguilar, Current TV The Virgin of Guadalupe is a 16th century Mexican icon of the Virgin Mary which appears on wall murals and tattoos around the streets of […]

Binational Art Exhibition Inspired By La Virgen De Guadalupe

Mary Mata December 12, 2011

By Angelina, Friday, December 9 through Sunday, January 15 Mexican Cultural Institute 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Olvera Street Opening weekend only: Dec. 9 – 12, open noon to […]

Guadalupe Mural In San Diego Was Torn Down

Mary Mata June 24, 2011

The Guadalupe, or “Surfing Madonna,” mural outside of San Diego, California has been removed, The Los Angeles Times reported. If you recall, she kind of magically appeared when men in […]

News Taco To Go: DREAM Act, Guadalupe And Gays

Mary Mata May 26, 2011

San Diego’s Sufring Guadalupe To Be Torn Down Will Democrats Pass The DREAM Act This Time? Prolly Not Why Is It Ok To Be Gay As Long As We Don’t Talk About […]

San Diego’s Surfing Guadalupe To Be Torn Down

Mary Mata May 25, 2011

She appeared, she saw, and now she’s being conquered. The lovely “Surfing Madonna” mural in Encinitas, California that appeared around Easter is set for removal after the city council decided […]