The political situation in Mexico has led to much social inequality and many young people have never had the opportunity to use a library. In response the Sangha have created the library as a place of inspiration and hope and a place where people can learn and exchange ideas. And the library isn’t just for the...
On 23 April 2017 seven women were publicly ordained in the Mexico City Buddhist Centre after being on a Going for Refuge Retreat at Cintamani Retreat Centre.
Parami also tells us about how 6 women from Venezuela came to be invited to the event.
The latest NewsByte from Triratna video project Clear Vision offers a snapshot of a thriving Triratna sangha in Central America, capable of organising five back-to-back/simultaneous retreats over Christmas. (10 minutes)
By lokabandhu on Sat, 27 Apr, 2013 - 06:28Triratna’s Buddhist Centre in Mexico City is a large, handsome and busy place, with up to 1,000 visitors/week passing through its doors. Visitors are welcome - but if you don’t happen to be in Mexico anytime soon, you can now take a virtual tour, courtesy of Ivan. He also introduces us to Triratna’s new Centre in Coyocan, in the south of the city, which opened in November last year. .