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A Chimayo Pilgrimage - walk into tradition

Every year for about 70 years people walk to Chimayo for the El Santuario de Chimayo Pilgrimage and have been greeted for the last 30 years by a group of people who provide a safe place for them to rest and rejuvenate. 8 more words

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Good Friday in New Mexico

From El Santuario de Chimayo Shrine

He was bleeding
from a beating, there were stripes upon His back
And He wore a crown of thorns upon His head… 60 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Dense

Sanctuario de Chimayo, New Mexico

The rosaries are hung densely on the grottoes.


Chimayo, a New Mexico Legend

The Chimayo Sanctuary in Chimayo, New Mexico, is a small chapel likely built by Bernardo Abeyta who built the original, smaller, chapel in 1810. The new site of worship was almost immediately purported to have healing powers after its construction, and he quickly sought to build a bigger church. 377 more words

Short Picture Stories


LowLow’s Lowrider
Art Place: it’s something else to
do at sacred place.

Chimayó, New Mexico
photographed 12.24.2015


Chimayo Red Chile Wine

If you ever visit Chimayo in Northern New Mexico, be sure to buy yourself a bottle of their delicious red chile wine. It’s smooth and smoky with a true chile flavor mingled with a hint of sweetness that will have you pouring another glass before you know it.


North America’s Own Lourdes

France has Lourdes; Portugal has Fatima; Argentina has Luján; Mexico has Guadalupe; and the United States has the Santuario de Nuestro Señor de Esquipulas, commonly known as El Santuario de Chimayó near Santa Fe, New Mexico. 112 more words