What is Easter?
Whether basking on the beaches or recalling the last days of Jesus, Easter holidays are a time for rejoicing. Students have a vacation of two weeks and several companies freeze their operations temporarily to allow their employees to enjoy these days with their families.
Easter in Mexico
Easter is one of the most important religious celebrations
in Mexico. In this country is a time to meditate and to enjoy.
Easter Traditions in Mexico
In many parts of Mexico are held processions and dramatizations of the Crucifixion, as well as events to celebrate the Resurrection.
Other traditions practiced in Mexico during the Holy Week are the making of palm crosses, the Mass of Good Friday and the burning of Judas.
Want to commemorate the death of Jesus Christ according to the Catholic faith? In the Cathedral of Guadalupe, the largest temple in Ensenada, Easter is celebrated with various activities.
More information: 176-3780.
Easter Celebrations in Ensenada
In this region the traditional Mexican rituals of Holy Week, such as the vigil, have been weakened due to the proximity of Baja California to southern United States whose Saxon customs have intermingled with those of here.