What price would you pay for freedom?
In the 1920s, thousands of Catholics in Mexico fought against the government’s attempts to eliminate Catholicism during the Cristero War. Let me guess . . . you don’t know much about this war? Never heard of it?
Until recently, I was uneducated — embarrassingly clueless. If you’re in the same boat, here’s the CliffsNotes version of this long-hidden historical event:
Mexico’s Cristero War (1926-29) was a grassroots rebellion against the administration of President Plutarco Elias Calles who provoked the Catholic community by arresting priests and forcing the closure of all churches. Calles sought . . . → Read More: For Greater Glory opens June 1: The Fight for Religious Freedom Hits the Big Screen