Keyword: Chimayo
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Holy Week this year for the faithful is like none other dating back generations. For weeks now, churches have been closed and services have been offered online to those parishoners who can watch. The annual pilgrimage to Chimayó has been canceled. It is one more effect of an all-out effort to stop the spread of a respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus that has traveled rapidly around the world. more
Eight hundred pounds of carrots is the number that Taos farmer and agricultural visionary Micah Roseberry and her crew of six harvested last week on Anjel Ortiz’s farm in Chimayó. Roseberry said that for every crop there is a season, and the harvest won't wait. Many local farmers engaged in bringing in the crops agree. The water must flow to the seeds in the fields, people must be fed. Life goes on. more
The COVID-19 virus has forced the postponement of one of Northern New Mexico's most beloved traditions, the annual Holy Week pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó. more
The women were members of the Guadalupanas and the men were fiscales representing the San Geronimo Church both from Taos Pueblo. They were taking a little rest while on their journey to the Santuario de Chimayó ... more
Most Sundays, when the weather is good, I take a drive with my mother to Chimayó, our querencia (home ground), the place of origin for so much of who we are. In our conversation as we travel, … more
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