Columbus Day Reflection
Irapuato     11/10/2011 05:16
apostleshipofprayer on Oct 8, 2009 Reflection
Irapuato         12/10/2011 07:30
Today is O.L. of the Pillar feast day, watch live the festivities in Spain:
tbswv         11/10/2011 08:55
When Columbus landed on the chain of islands known in his time as the West Indies, he would bring Christianity, culture, and government to the indiginous peoples. Some people would say that these gifts were not important to the Indians who seemed to live in harmony. But I can't help to think that God in his divine providence does not want all peoples of every race to be welcomed into the Christian brotherhood.
Irapuato         11/10/2011 05:31
Thanks to the Franciscans, we have: Los Ángeles, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Santa Mónica, Santa Bárbara, San Diego, Carmel, (Pascua)Florida, Saint Augustine, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, San Fernando, etc., etc...
Irapuato         11/10/2011 05:23
Día de la Raza
The date Columbus arrived in the Americas is celebrated in many countries in Latin America. The most common name for the celebration in Spanish (including in some Latino communities[29] in the United States) is the Día de la Raza ("day of the race" or "day of the [hispanic] people"), commemorating the first encounters of Europeans and Native Americans. The day was first celebrated in Argentina in 1917, Venezuela and Colombia in 1921, Chile in 1922, and Mexico in 1928. … [More]