Journey of faith: Taos Pueblo faithful walk to Chimayó for Good Friday pilgrimage

As young Marian Suazo holds a crucifix aloft, members of the Taos Pueblo Guadalupanas and church fiscales continue their pilgrimage on foot to Chimayó on Good Friday morning (April 19) along Gusdorf Road after a brief stop at the Velasquez home.
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 ...
State and local agencies encouraged pilgrims to stay safe by walking on roadway shoulders and wearing bright, reflective clothing that's appropriate for the weather. Those walking at night should bring flashlights.

Take care of pilgrims walking to Chimayó

This week, thousands of people will make their way on foot to the Santuario de Chimayó. You will see them walking along roads and highways around the region. They are on the annual pilgrimage to …
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Jesse Moya/The Taos NewsMichael Vigil, left, and Geody Madden were busy hanging hundreds of student artwork for the Celebramos art show at the Stables Gallery. The show opens with a reception Saturday (April 20) from 1 to 4 p.m.

Celebramos kicks off student art show in Taos

Taos students spent all semester on their art projects and the time has come to hang them for all to see.The annual Celebramos Student Art Show kicked off this week as …
All children are invited to attend the annual Easter Egg Hunt at 1 p.m. Sunday (April 21) in Kit Carson Park. All are invited to also help color the eggs Saturday (April 20) starting at 9 a.m. at the Juan I. Gonzales Agricultural Center on Chamisa Road. Admission to both is free.

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