With a cry of Who causes so much joy?, the 51 altars were inaugurated in honor of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, which the Good Government through the institutions prepared for the enjoyment of Nicaraguan families, on Avenida de Bolívar to Chávez, on the night of this Thursday, November 25.
The Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, and the Deputy Mayor, Enrique Armas Rosales, together with government representatives, toured the altars to the Immaculate Virgin, which reflects the outpouring of creativity, religiosity, and love for the Blessed Mother, days before his novena, which begins this November 28.
“We are very happy asking God first to continue guiding us, to continue protecting us, to continue to enlighten us on this wonderful path of the future for Nicaragua and also to thank him for all the miracles that are happening in Nicaragua, all the well-being that Nicaraguans enjoy. and that is thanks to the will of our Good Government with Commander Daniel and our Vice President Compañera Rosario, creating these wonderful spaces of joy and enjoyment for families,” said Rueda.
The Director of Creative Economy, Camila Ortega Murillo, congratulated the institutions for the effort made to install these altars on Avenida de Bolívar a Chávez, "year after year, the institutions, with so much love, with so much fervor, with so much faith , are inspired to create them and offer them to Nicaraguan families.”
Likewise, the Presidential Advisor, Compañero Laureano Ortega Murillo, reiterated the invitation to families to visit these altars, "from today you can come and walk this walk, to be filled with love, with faith, to show your devotion, as we have for our Mother the Virgin and to be part of a Christmas season of love and peace”.
Similarly, he stressed that the Good Government, in addition to providing recreation to families, also gives opportunity to small and medium enterprises to market their products, from these spaces with altars to the Virgin and later with births to the Child God.
The Co-director of the Nicaraguan Institute of Tourism (INTUR), Anasha Campbell, reminded Nicaraguan families and visitors of other nationalities that they can enjoy this tradition in the capital city of Managua and in the other municipalities of the country, in an atmosphere of peace and complying with prevention and protection measures against the pandemic.