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Mexico - Feast day of the Virgin of Guadalupe 2005
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Front entry of the Anglican Seminario de San Andrés in México City.
(ENS photo by Jan Nunley)

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Main sanctuary of the chapel at the Anglican Seminario de San Andrés in México City.
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A giant ofrenda to the memory of Mexican comedian Cantinflas in the town square in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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An ofrenda in the courtyard of a bilingual school in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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An ofrenda made by Dia de los Muertos tour participants in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Dia de los Muertos tour participants learn the Mexican way to honor departed loved ones in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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Tour coordinator Camie Sands and traditional healer Maria Teresa Valenzuela prepare Dia de los Muertos tour participants to decorate their own ofrenda in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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The pilgrimage church of Atotonilco in Guanajuato. Located in a region dotted with hot springs, Atotonilco means ‘Place of the Hot Waters.’
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Part of a fresco by artist Miguel Antonio Martinez de Pocasangre at Atotonilco, the "Sistine Chapel of the Americas."
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A seller of rosaries and other devotional objects at the pilgrimage church of Atotonilco in Guanajuato.
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Children at the Feed the Hungry kitchen.
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A "catrina" puppeteer peeks out during a break. Life-sized dancing "katrina" puppets entertained Dia de los Muertos tour participants during lunch at a hacienda, sponsored by St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
(ENS photo by Jan Nunley)

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Four life-size dancing "catrina" puppets entertain Dia de los Muertos tour participants during lunch at a hacienda, sponsored by St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
(ENS photo by Jan Nunley)

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 A toy skull or "calavera" made for Dia de los Muertos.
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 Part of an ofrenda in San Miguel de Allende, México.
(ENS Photo by Jan Nunley)

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 Mariachis serenade Dia de los Muertos tour participants during lunch at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 The Rev. Harold Weicker, guest celebrant at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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 Guest celebrant Harold Weicker (left) greets parishioner at St. Paul's Church in San Miguel de Allende, México.
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