Mexico, Church in

Junípero Serra and the Founding of the West

By Patrick, Laurence, Crisis,July 8, 2020 The story of the American founding usually begins in the East. In that account, we speak of the War of Independence, the establishment of the American republic, and prominent founding fathers like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. However, there... read more

Mexican clerical abuse victims skeptical of Vatican mission

By Maria Verza, AP/ Crux, March 3, 2020 The Vatican is sending its top two sex crimes investigators to Mexico on a fact-finding and assistance mission as the Catholic hierarchy in the world's second-largest Catholic country begins to reckon with decades of clergy sex abuse and cover-up.... read more

Vatican investigators to meet with Mexican sex abuse victims, bishops

By Courtney Mares, Catholic News Agency, March 3, 2020 The Vatican is sending Archbishop Charles Scicluna and Monsignor Jordi Bertomeo to Mexico this month to meet with sex abuse victims and to strengthen the Mexican bishops’ fight against sexual abuse. In the past decade, 271 priests in... read more
Culiacán Cathedral, Sinaloa, Mexico.

Bishop approves closed-door wedding for daughter of infamous Mexican drug lord El Chapo

The daughter of narco-terrorist Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán had a private wedding Mass behind closed doors at a Catholic cathedral in Mexico. By Martin M. Barillas, LifeSiteNews, February 6, 2020 The daughter of narco-terrorist Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán had a private wedding Mass... read more

March for life and family in Mexico opposes abortion, organized crime

Pro-life advocates took to the streets throughout Mexico on Sept. 21 to march for life, family, and conscience protections. “There will only be peace if life is respected, there will only be development if the family is respected, and there will only be authentic democracy if fundamental... read more