In photos: this is how Santa Muerte is celebrated in Zacatecas

In the Noria de Pantaleón, an old community from colonial times and part of the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, they celebrated the Patron Saint San Pantaleón and Santa Muerte, a tradition that dates back to 2014.

It is the third most important point in the country where the so-called white girl is worshiped, it is preceded first by Tepito, in Mexico City and second by Hidalgo.

About a decade ago, she was expelled from the town’s Catholic parish by a bishop from Michoacán. The image, which in the last century was venerated by some miners, and which until approximately 2005 was relegated to the parish of the town’s patron saint, San Pantaleón, Today he has his own space built by believers convinced that he did them a miracle.

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

PHOTO: ADOLFO VLADIMIR / CUARTOSCURO

INFORMATION AND PHOTO: CUARTOSCURO

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