This is a Franciscan church which is evident by the Franciscan robe tie on the exterior of the posas (Look for the three knots on the chord signifying charity, poverty and obedience). The church interior was closed as it suffered a good deal of damage from the 2017 earthquake. The damage requires restoration from highly and specially skilled specialists making repairs very costly in this very small, poor town. It is actually located outside of Puebla in the town of Huejotzingo meaning 'Little Town of the Willow Trees'. Currently all services are conducted outside the front entrance to the church.
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