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Santa Patrona Saint Patron or Saint Matrona? Author: Marcelo De Lisio

In the north there are many venerated saints. But what about the saints? What...

_Paramillos Paramillos: a tourist trip in time Author: Exequiel Nacevich

A village nestled in the mountains with a huge variety of attractions related...

_Virgen-de-Itatí. The Great Battle of Saints Correntinos Author: Marcelo De Lisio

In Corrientes there are saints for a while. There are Catholics and pagans, c...

As we are
Santa-Rita-la-seguimos-por-TV We give hold to the saints! Author: Marcelo De Lisio

In Missions we give the saints endurance, rain, thunder, hail or quarantine....

As we are
Hermana-Purita Sister Purita Author: Bianca Ruggia

We tell you the story of Sister Purita, a nun who continues to work miracles...

Catedral Where is the heart of the country's heart Author: Bianca Ruggia

The province known as the heart of the country, in turn has an exceptional hi...

Pesanke en Apóstoles (1) Pesanke: a millennial tradition in Misiones Author: Marcelo De Lisio

The Pesanke is an ancient Ukrainian and Polish tradition. It exists since bef...

Santa Fe
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (1) The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe Author: Julio De Martini

Few things are more representative of Santafesina religiosity than the Basili...

buda-en-misiones A Buddha in Missions Author: Marcelo De Lisio

Misiones is home to one of the most ancient civilizations in the world. On re...

Santa Fe
Historia-y-religión An attractive combo of history and religion Author: Julio De Martini

All about the places that the Pope walked. A tour of the centuries-old church...

Garganta-del-Diablo The Devil's Throat: Is it Boi, Añá or God's? Author: Adrian Farina

The name of the natural wonder arouses controversy and discussion from time t...

Papa-Francisco-banderajpg When does the Pope come to Argentina? Author: Marcos A Sanchez

We all wonder when “our” Pope comes to our country. Undoubtedly, the Argentin...

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