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Chapel of Milagrosa with a service of initiation
A young woman enterring the convent as a novitiate. The mosaic shows Natives worshipping at the shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Façade of El Atillo
A large concrete cross supports the apex of the roof at the façade of the church.
La Iglesia de la Piedad
Enrique Lagenscheidt, architect. Mexico, Department Federale, 1944-57. Among the modern churches of reenforced concrete in Mexico City this modern structure maintains the traditional plan of the Latin cross.
Luis Barragan architect, Alexandro Margain, engineer. 1957. The abstract towers were the signature for a new residential development for the burgeoning Mexico City.
The Guilardi's provided hospitality for our group.
Return to street from the convent
With the impoverished outside the convent door waiting for the grace of others. Isabel Mount Miller, Jean Myers, and ?
Iglesia de la Santa Cruz del Pedregal
Designed by Luis Barragan, architect with Antonio Attolini, 1956. This popular church serviced by an entirely Native priesthood ministers to 10,000 congregants a week. The abstract sculpture in the façade is an obvious ...
Chapel in San Joaquin
Close up of the altar in its simplicity. Blocks of stone inscribed with a simple "icthus." Behind the altar to the side is the tabernacle for the reserved host.