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A response from Peru to the libel against the Day of...

Recibimiento al Lehendakari Aguirre en Lima durante su gira americana de 1942. FONDO EDITORIAL REVISTA OIGA
This article was translated by John R. Bopp On September 16, the Spanish dialy El Español published an article by Pedro José Chacón Delgado, professor of History of...

Lima, August 30: a date that recalls the resilience of the...

Recipiente para los Santos Óleos. Hermandad de Nuestra Señora de Aranzatzu de Lima Siglo XVII. Una de las pocas propiedades que no fueron expropiadas
This year, at the end of August, we'd like to state for the record what happened on August 30, 1866, which was a clear...

Passionists in Peru: more than 100 epic years in Amazonia

12 pasionistas vascos en la selva del Perú. 1913
This article was translated by John R. Bopp It's hard for us to talk about the Passionist Fathers without being overwhelmed by a mixture of feelings:...

Paco Igartua—70 years of ‘Oiga’ magazine, the work of a very...

Francisco "Paco" Igartua
This article was translated by John R. Bopp On November 8,1948, the first issue of Oiga, founded by a Basque-Peruvian journalist, Francisco «Paco» Igartua Rovira (1923–2004), was...

Closing a nearly five-century old circle: a ‘novena’ of the Basques...

Virgen de Arantzazu
This article was translated by John R. Bopp A few days ago, we dedicated a longer article to the Brotherhood of the Virgen of Arantzazu of...

February 13: 406 years of the foundation of the Brotherhood of...

Oglesia de San Franciso de Lima. Donde se encuentra la Capilla y la Boveda de la Hermandad de Arantzazu de Lima
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Updated June 16, 2019: The Constitution of the Arantzazu Euzko Etxea of Lima (at the end of the...