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Irasema Ángel, 43, describes her past life as "a glass box full of lies," where there was no freedom or full happiness.

She left a wild lifestyle but thanks to the Virgin Mary found true happiness in God

Feb 23, 2024

By Andrés Henríquez

After many years of superficiality and sin, Irasema Ángel experienced a conversion and turned her life over to God, crediting... Read more

Guadalajara Cathedral (Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady), Mexico.

2024 International Congress of Families to be held in Mexico

Feb 21, 2024

By Diego López Colín

The theme of this year’s congress will be “All Families Can Be Better.” Read more


‘Guadalupe: Mother of Humanity’ opens Feb. 22 in U.S. theaters

Feb 19, 2024

By Walter Sánchez Silva

The film, shot in four countries, opens with fictionalized recreations of the five apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Guadalupe... Read more

St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral in Chilpancingo, Mexico.

Seeking peace in Mexico, four bishops meet with organized crime 

Feb 17, 2024

By Diego López Colín, David Ramos

Four bishops from the Mexican state of Guerrero recently met with members of organized crime in an effort to seek... Read more

Pope Francis at the Nagasaki Martyrs’ Monument on Nishizaka Hill Nov. 24, 2019.

The first Mexican-born martyr: a castaway friar who was crucified in Japan 

Feb 5, 2024

By ACI Prensa

Only 25 when he was killed, San Felipe de Jesus — St. Philip of Jesus — is celebrated Feb. 5... Read more

Eduardo Verástegui.

Will Eduardo Verástegui be on the ballot for president of Mexico?

Jan 29, 2024

By Diego López Colín

With just 154,826 validated signatures out of the 961,405 required by the National Electoral Institute, Verástegui was unable to be... Read more


Priest says migrants in northern Mexico are being kidnapped on a constant basis

Jan 5, 2024

By Diego López Colín

Mexican authorities reported Jan. 3 the rescue of 31 migrants who had been kidnapped the night of Dec. 30 on... Read more

Participants in the 2023 National Youth Pilgrimage to the Christ the King statue high atop Cubilete in the Mexican state of Guanajuato.

Young people to make pilgrimage to Christ the King shrine for religious freedom in Mexico

Jan 3, 2024

By Diego López Colín

With the theme “We ask for citizen participation, we demand religious freedom,” thousands of young Catholics are preparing to make... Read more

Image of “Santa Muerte,” or “St. Death.”

Exorcist warns the cult of ‘St. Death’ worships Satan ‘implicitly or explicitly’

Jan 2, 2024

By Diego López Colín

Father Andrés Esteban López Ruiz noted that the “proliferation of this cult has led to a significant increase in the... Read more

Bishop Rodrigo Aguilar Martínez presides over the Diocese of San Cristóbal de las Casas in the Mexico-Guatemala border region.

Bishop decries ‘scourge of violence’ by organized crime on Mexico’s southern border

Dec 28, 2023

By Diego López Colín

Bishop Rodrigo Aguilar Martínez warned that “organized crime keeps people besieged, confined, intimidated, and threatened, harming them more every day.” Read more

The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City, Mexico.

Fact or fiction? 9 popular myths about Our Lady of Guadalupe

Dec 12, 2023

By David Ramos

In the 500 years since Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared, the image of Our Lady has become the subject of... Read more

A painting of Franciscan missionary Pedro de Gante with Juan Diego, whom the friar baptized along with Diego’s wife in 1525.

Meet the Franciscan friar who baptized St. Juan Diego

Dec 9, 2023

By Francesca Pollio Fenton

Many people know the story of St. Juan Diego but are less familiar with the Franciscan missionary who baptized him. Read more


Mexican lawmakers urged to oppose bill criminalizing ‘conversion therapy’

Dec 5, 2023

By Diego López Colín

The proposal calls for significant penalties, including prison sentences and fines, for those who offer or perform such therapy. Read more


Mexican exorcist warns against ‘vampires’ that can draw you away from God during Advent

Dec 5, 2023

By Walter Sánchez Silva

“In the spiritual life our vampires are our bad habits, especially vices,” the exorcist said. “They enter our lives slowly,... Read more


Mexican bishop: thief who stole Eucharist is excommunicated

Dec 4, 2023

By Diego López Colín

The prelate declared the act as “a violation of the sacred place [the chapel] and a sacrilege against the sacred... Read more

Eduardo Verástegui.

Mexican presidential hopeful Verástegui pledges to eliminate gender ideology from schools

Dec 4, 2023

By Walter Sánchez Silva

Eduardo Verástegui, producer of the box office hit “Sound of Freedom,” must gather almost 1 million signatures by early January... Read more


Cancun could become an abortion tourism destination with opening of new clinic

Dec 4, 2023

By Diego López Colín

Marie Stopes International opened a clinic Nov. 23 in Cancun in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, raising concerns among... Read more

The Cathedral of San Luis Potosí in Mexico.

Constant thefts in churches plague Mexican archdiocese

Nov 30, 2023

By Diego López Colín

The Archdiocese of San Luis Potosí expressed its concern about the constant wave of thefts that is plaguing churches in... Read more

Coffins with the LGBT flag in Aguascalientes cathedral in Mexico.

Archbishop justifies LGBT flags on coffins in Mexican cathedral

Nov 17, 2023

By David Ramos, Diego López Colín

Archbishop Gustavo Rodríguez Vega justified the draping of LGBT flags on the coffins of a gay activist and his partner... Read more


FACT CHECK: Did an Our Lady of Sorrows statue in Mexico really shed tears?

Nov 16, 2023

By Diego López Colín

Local Mexican media reported that a 9-year-old boy was the first to see what appeared to be tears flowing from... Read more