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When in Antigua, this is a DO NOT MISS. I'm not a religious man, but there is something about the energy here - both in the cathedral and the museum of Santo Hermano Pedro alike - that is other worldly. You can literally feel the...More
I really wanyed to see some of the colonial ruins before going home and this was a great choice! Lots to see and lots I missed. Really could have (and should have) spent more time there. Only downer was that there was a guy right...More
This church is finely located between an ancient museum and the Sanctuary of Brother Peter. I was there on a Sunday during mass time, and I was truly in awe of how respectful and devoted the locals are towards their religious traditions. The Sanctuary of...More
I knew nothing about Hermano Pedro but after visiting on a sunday, it was obvious that he is very important to the people. There were many people at his tomb, I did not enter as I was wearing flip flops/shorts (dress code posted) and I...More
Franciscans established a church here in the 16th century, It was expanded later and there was some damage from earthquakes. I attended mass here and can recommend that for fellow believers, as it was beautiful. Of course the church contains some good original art and...More
Guatemaltecas are religious people. I attended mass in this church on a Sunday and it was a wonderful experience. There was a choir and special musical instruments I had never seen before. It was a great experience and it's next to Hermano Pedro's church. This...More
Only in a few places in the world do you see people walking up the isle on their knees and this is one of them. You are not able to take pictures of the inside of the church. Oddly enough to the right of the...More
I always enjoy visiting this church, for all of its beauty: the architecture, the chance to witness authentic religious devotion, an opportunity to encounter Antigua's history and culture, a beautiful garden and a small market with articles you may not find anywhere else.