“La muerte es justa y pareja para todos pues todos vamos a morir”
Sharing and understanding how the traditions that venerate Most Holy Death are encountered in each of our lives is the most important factor in exploring the depth of this faith. Whether it is the scholar called to question cultural assumptions by these transformative practices, the casual observer struck with surprise at the iconography, or a passionate devotee who lives daily with the reality of this devotion, each share in a unique story emerging in the wider culture.
If you would like to share your thoughts or experiences please feel free to share them in the comments. Please email our Chief Editor Andrew Chesnut, rachesnut(at)vcu.edu for all pieces in English by English speakers, or email our Editor drkatekingsbury(at)gmail.com if you have written a story you would like to share, we accept pieces of 500-1,200 words and would like you to include photos. We welcome anything that you would like to share regarding your personal experience with these powerful traditions.
Si Ud. desea compartir sus pensamientos o experiencias con la Santa Muerte envíe un correo electrónico a nuestra editora drkatekingsbury (at) gmail.com Aceptamos articulos escritos en espanol de 500-1,200 palabras y fotos suyas de la Santa y sus altares siempre son bienvendias.