Saint Pascal Baylon was a 1500’s Spanish friar and the patron saint of the Eucharist celebrated locally at the time of the harvest.
Cecilia is one of the Church’s earliest saints and is the patroness of musicians. Her special day features a wide variety of music.
Ignatius of Loyola founded the Jesuits, an order of profound impact on indigenous education and business in San Miguel de Allende.
The Infant of Prague is an image of baby Jesus useful for both the weather and weddings.
Here the tradition on the feast of St. John is to arise before dawn to wash your hair. Hair, particularly on children, is especially well coiffed this day.
The Santa Anna church, alongside the Santa Anna Theater, recognizes this day devoted to Mary’s parents with fireworks, prayers and celebrations.
On February third in the church in front of the Parroquia, you can receive a special blessing on your throat to protect you from colds and flus.
Saint Dominic founded of the Dominican Order of teachers whom are long featured in the history of San Miguel de Allende. Also he spread use of the rosary.
Saint Francis is the patron saint of animals and the environment. He founded the Franciscan order and the tradition of living nativities.
Saint Martha was the aggressive middle sister to her siblings Lazarus and Mary. Her dragon is featured in Corpus Christi celebrations.