Santa Muerte Should Not Surprise Anyone

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  1. Jerry K says:

    Well said, Martin. As long as you are probing the depths of the Mexican psyche, consider another character who lives down there – the Revolutionary. We see him not only as Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata, but in his shadow aspect, too, e.g., the bandito (“I don’t need no stinkin’ badge” and the cartel lord.

    El Paso would benefit from a Zapata or two doing a little rabble rousing in city hall, IMO.

  2. Vegas says:

    The understanding that some people have regarding the “communion of saints” is plain wrong and prohibited by Catholic teaching. That being said, Mexican culture keeps the mestizaje in many facets of daily life.

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