Vallarta marked the beginning of the pilgrimages to the Virgin of Guadalupe
After being absent for two years because to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Guadalupanas celebrations have returned to Puerto Vallarta, and the catholic devout, who started their trek on time, are quite excited to see them.
This time, it came from the parish servants, catechists, and members of the different Our Lady of Guadalupe church organizations who are dedicated to the pastoral work of this parish.
This time, Father Francisco Aceves, the vicar, and Presbyter Arturo Arana Lopez, the pastor of the Our Lady of Guadalupe temple, led the trip.
Everyone in attendance was in a good mood, including the residents of Vallarta who lined Juarez Street’s sides to witness the march of the dancers, the band, the float, and the other contingents that were displayed.
It is noteworthy that more than 420 pilgrimages from various organizations, parishes, companies, hotels, restaurants, and department stores will be attending the docenary’s opening on December 1.