Educational travel and volunteer service learning trips available for groups.
Explore Catholic History and Heritage
Apply Catholic Social Teachings
Learn Environmental Stewardship
Enjoy Special Events and Speakers
Meet Local Community Members
See the Beauty of the Southwest
Experience historic Santa Fe
Discover the Enchantment of New Mexico
Custom trips available in collaboration with the Community Learning Network,
a local 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization,
born and based in the Guadalupe District. of Santa Fe.
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~ FOLLOW THE GUADALUPE TRAIL in New Mexico ~
OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE CHURCH & SHRINE
Built in 1781 along the Santa Fe River just west of the Plaza, the historic Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe church is considered the oldest shrine honoring of our Lady of Guadalupe in the United States. Home to a small art and history museum, the old adobe Santuario houses a collection of traditional New Mexican santos (carved images of the saints) as well as classic paintings from both the Italian Renaissance and Mexican baroque periods, including one of the largest and finest oil paintings of the Spanish Southwest, painted by Jose de Alzibar in 1783, one of Mexico's most renowned painters. www.ologsf.com
THE STATUE OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
Walk the Living Rosary stones, enjoy the rose gardens, and visit the Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, dedicated December 12, 2008 by Archbishop Michael Sheehan who noted "if the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis is the heart of Santa Fe, then the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe is the soul of Santa Fe".
Numerous and varied images of Our Lady of Guadalupe can be found throughout the Guadalupe Barrio in the heart of the 400-year-old in capitol city of New Mexico. Throughout the neighborhood and region, she can be see on on mailboxes, entryways, windows, storefronts, gates, and garages (even automobiles and motorcycles). She also appears in the Aztec murals on Alto Street and the park along the River, a short stroll from the Guadalupe Church.
GUADALUPE STREET & DISTRICT in SANTA FE
Guadalupe Street winds along the western edge of the historic district and the Plaza, crosses the Santa Fe River as it enters the Guadalupe District to the Railyard District and passes in front of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This section of the road was part of the original El Camino Real, also known as the Royal Road, that connected all the way to Mexico City. There are many unique shops and restaurants to explore here!
The GUADALUPE INN
The Guadalupe Inn is a local, family-run bed and breakfast located in the Guadalupe Barrio on property that has been in the Quintana family for over 150 years. If you enjoy traditional hospitality in a casual atmosphere, try the Guadalupe Inn the next time you visit Santa Fe.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church and Parish - Taos, New Mexico
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Cemetery - Taos, New Mexico
La Morada de Muestra Senora de Guadalupe - Taos, New Mexico
Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Province - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church -Jemez Pueblo
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church - Las Cruces
Our Lady of Guadalupe Abbey - Pecos, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church - Pena Blanca
Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish - Peralta, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Monestary - Silver City, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church - Tucumcari, New Mexico
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church - Velarde, New Mexico
Guadalupe Mountains - southeast New Mexico and west Texas