La Cristiada The Mexican People's War for Religious Liberty Jean Meyer Square O

La Cristiada The Mexican People's War for Religious Liberty Jean Meyer Square O

Altos de Jalisco: memoria de la cristiada (México Desconocido Espanol)

Altos de Jalisco: memoria de la cristiada

Cristeros. The Cristero War (1926‒1929), also known as La Cristiada, was an attempted counter-revolution against the anti-clericalism of the ruling Mexican government

The Cristero War also known as La Cristiada, was an attempted counter-revolution against the anti-clericalism of the ruling Mexican government

La Cristiada: The Mexican People's War for Religious Liberty

The Cristeros movement was a magnificent militant expression of popular Catholic crusading for the Faith against a persecuting secularist, liberal/Marxist Me.

La Cristiada/ Guerra Cristera - My great grandmother was sent to Belem Jail in Mexico City for holding service at her house in a time when Mexico had outlawed religion. 1929 Mexico City.

La Cristiada/ Guerra Cristera - My great grandmother was sent to Belem Jail in Mexico City for holding service at her house in a time when Mexico had outlawed religion.

In the summer of 1926, an army of Mexican Catholics launched a war against their government. Bearing aloft the banners of Christ the King and the Virgin of Guadalupe, they equipped themselves not only with guns, but also with scapulars, rosaries, prayers, and religious visions. These soldiers were called cristeros, and the war they fought, which would continue until the mid-1930s, is known as la Cristiada, or the Cristero war.

Mexican exodus: emigrants, exiles, and refugees of the Cristero War. New York: Oxford University Press.

LA CRISTIADA: FE, AMOR, MARTIRIO AL FINAL VERGONZOSAMENTE TRAICIONADOS

LA CRISTIADA: FE, AMOR, MARTIRIO AL FINAL VERGONZOSAMENTE TRAICIONADOS

Catolicidad: LA CRISTIADA: LA HISTORIA QUE SE OCULTÓ

Mexican Priest Facing Martyrdom During Cristero War : Catholicism

La Actuación de la Mujer en la Cristiada

La Actuación de la Mujer en la Cristiada

Apuntes para la Historiografía de la Cristiada 1

Apuntes para la Historiografía de la Cristiada 1

Análisis del movimiento de La Cristiada, uno de los momentos más oscuros de la historia de México, que para los sectores más conservadores de la Iglesia Cató...

Análisis del movimiento de La Cristiada, uno de los momentos más oscuros de la historia de México, que para los sectores más conservadores de la Iglesia Cató...

Il coraggio di guardare il cielo: Cosa fu la Cristiada? Ecco la storia (sconosciuta)...

Il coraggio di guardare il cielo: Cosa fu la Cristiada? Ecco la storia (sconosciuta)...

Voces de la Cristiada:  Video on Mexico’s Cristero War and the Museo Cristero in Jalisco, Mexico  [45.32-minute Video 06 December 2012 Espanol]

Voces de la Cristiada: Video on Mexico’s Cristero War and the Museo Cristero in Jalisco, Mexico [45.32-minute Video 06 December 2012 Espanol]

Corridos de la Cristiada

A native of Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México, Alfonso Huerta's unique perspective blends an awareness of the beauty of everyday objects with a playful surrealism and lush tropical colors. He currently lives and works in Austin, Texas.

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