Another quick update. Today was especially moving for Kathryn and me. Our group spent the entire day at the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. We started the day with a Solemn Mass in a side chapel of the old basilica, which was beautiful. Then we moved on to seeing the tilma, … Continue reading The tilma, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico City
Last week, I mentioned Kathryn and I are still planning to travel for a week later this month. The trip is a pilgrimage to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City and to some other holy sites in the area. Having a religious motivation to our travels is not an entirely new … Continue reading Mexico City pilgrimage planning, getting to know our fellow pilgrims
It’s Sunday morning, so we’re heading to Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexicali. We’re a little early thanks to light traffic this time of the day. I have six bars of 4G service here because we’re literally a couple hundred feet from the U.S. You can see the border fence … Continue reading Sunday Mass, Catedral Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, Mexicali
When I lived in Richmond, I wasn’t much of a church-goer. In the three years I lived there, I can count the number of times I attended Mass on one hand. Zero. Now, seven years later, attendance at Sunday Mass is part of my life. I don’t intentionally miss it. When planning our recent visit to Richmond, I found the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart has a Mass at 5:15 pm on Saturdays. It was a particularly convenient time, shortly after our arrival in town. It was also within walking distance of our hotel. We had a winner.
The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe is perhaps the most photographed building in Puerto Vallarta. It’s located in the heart of the city center. We decided to go there for Sunday Mass during our stay.