Monthly Archives: October 2015

Our Lady of Loreto Conchó

Missionary Art and History

Loreto was the capital of the Californias until the year 1776. At one time, it was the civilian, military and religious center of South Baja California. A bronze bust of Father Salvatierra Father is located at the entrance of the mission he founded here. The work of rebuilding the temple began in 1948. Today it
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By Juan Melgar

Malarrimo is a gateway to the unexpected. Among the hundreds of secluded beaches on the Pacific side of Southern California, Malarrimo is the quintessential deserted shore. Misty dawns break over seaweed-ridden sands that are frequented by lonely coyotes looking for clams, crustaceans and fish stranded by the surge of a wave.
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Pieces of History and Remembrances of Loreto

Literature of Baja California Sur

The book is written as remembrances in humorous prose and contains five essays, and short stories of families, personalities, musicians and customs. Sometimes sarcastic, sometimes nostalgic, the work is a very pleasant read and shows with love how adversity has been, and continues to be an inseparable part of the history of Loreto that will stand forever.
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