Tuesday, March 23, 2010

San Toribio de Mogrovejo

St. Toribio de Mogrovejo and Indiana Jones have a lot in common. Both were good natured, traveled mostly alone, held a deep knowledge of ancient civilizations, were learned in many languages and, of course, wore hats.

While Indy wore his classic Fedora, St. Toribio wore a much different kind of hat, an archbishop’s mitre. Much like Indiana Jones who would leave his teaching job to globe trot on numerous escapades, St. Toribio was asked to leave Spain where he was a law professor to begin missionary adventures in Peru.
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