Posadas are a cultural tradition rooted in the blending of Christianity with Mesoamerican cultures. The word posada means shelter or lodging, and refers to the place Jesus Christ was born. With roots in Spain and Catholicism, the posada has been practiced in Mexico since the 16th century. To this day,
Dia de los Muertos: Day of the Dead Celebration
For many traditional Mesoamerican cultures, dying represents a continuation of this life in a different, parallel realm. Every year, these two realms connect in a celebration commonly known as Day of the Dead, a festivity with ancient, pre-Columbian roots. On November 2, MOA creates its own Day of the Dead
Celebremos nuestra cultura Latina a travésdel futbol, durante el encuentro de los Whitecaps FC vs Chicago Fire el 14 de Julio.
Mexican Independence Day Celebration
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