Monday, November 14, 2016


                                                         Posadas and pastorelas

A Christmas festival originating in Latin America that dramatizes the search of Joseph and Mary for lodging.

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posadas: the posadas begins with a people out of a house or a place that is going to be the Posada ,and a tradition is that a boy and a girl have clothes like Maria and Jose and all the people that is out sing this song.

En nombre del cielo
os pido posada, 
pues no puede andar 
mi esposa amada. 
Aquí no es mesón 
sigan adelante, 
yo no puedo abrir 
no sea algún tunante. 

No seas inhumano, 
tennos caridad, 
que el Dios de los cielos 
te lo premiara. 

Ya se pueden ir 
y no molestar 
Porque si me enfado 
los voy a apalear.

Mi esposa es María 
es Reina del Cielo 
y madre va a ser 
del Divino Verbo 

¿Eres tu Jose? 
Tu esposa es María? 
Entren, peregrinos 
No los conocía. 

Posadas es una ciudad de Argentina, capital de la provincia 

Las Posadas is a novenario (nine days of religious observance) celebrated chiefly in Mexico and by Mexican-Americans in the Southwestern United States,beginning December 16 and ending December   24, on evenings (about 8 or 10 )during which Mexican families participate in nightly Christmas processions that re-create the Holy Pilgrimage of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus on their way to Bethlehem

 Spanish pronunciation: [piˈɲata]) is a container often made of papier-mâché, pottery, or cloth; it is decorated, and filled with small toys or candy, or both, and then broken as part of a ceremony or celebration. Piñatas are commonly associated with Mexico. The idea of breaking a container filled with treats came to Europe in the 14th century, where the name, from the Italian pignatta, was introduced.

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