Country information: Mexico
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Jan. 1, 2009: Est. population, 111,212,000; Members, 1,158,236; Stakes, 212; Wards, 1,479; Branches, 498; Missions, 21 (includes training center); Districts, 41; Temples, 12; Percent LDS, 1, or one in 96; Mexico Area.
Located in southern North America, Mexico is a federal republic with a Spanish-speaking population.
In 1874, just prior to the first missionaries arriving in Mexico and at the request of Brigham Young, Meliton Trejo and Daniel W. Jones printed "Trozos Selectos del Libro de Mormon [Short Selections from the Book of Mormon]." In 1875, seven missionaries were sent to Mexico. On the way they preached to Native Americans and sent a favorable report to Church headquarters that led to the founding of Mesa, Ariz. Rebuffed in Mexico at first, the missionaries divided into two groups. The first, Daniel W. Jones, James Z. Stewart, Helaman Pratt, Anthony W. Ivins and Wiley Jones, traveled to Chihuahua, where they were well-received. They scouted settlement sites and mailed pamphlets containing translated sections of the Book of Mormon to 500 influential leaders throughout Mexico. They found many listeners among the mountain villages and among the natives, but made no converts. Meliton Trejo, with possibly two missionary companions, traveled to Hermosillo, Sonora, where they baptized the first five members in Mexico.
Dr. Plotino C. Rhodakanaty of Mexico City received a tract from the original Jones expedition and began corresponding with Meliton Trejo and the First Presidency. Rhodakanaty represented a group of 20 investigators and asked for missionaries to baptize them. Apostle Moses Thatcher, Meliton Trejo, and James Z. Stewart traveled to Mexico City, where on 20 November 1879, they baptized Rhodakanaty and Silviano Arteaga and organized a branch with Rhodakanaty as president. By 1880, more literature had been translated into Spanish. Missionaries left Mexico City and found converts in the small rural town of Ozumba. Additional missionaries arrived and despite setbacks, the work moved forward in the states of Hidalgo, Mexico, and Morelos. In 1885, Meliton Trejo and James Z. Stewart completed the translation of the Book of Mormon into Spanish.
In 1885, a group of nearly 400 colonists from Utah, fleeing prosecution in the United States for practicing plural marriage, arrived at the Casas Grandes River in the state of Chihuahua and acquired property. Soon these and other Latter-day Saints arriving from Utah and Arizona founded several small colonies including Juarez, Dublan, Diaz, Pacheco, Garcia, and Chuichupa in Chihuahua, and Oaxaca and Morelos in Sonora. Mexico's first stake, the Juarez Stake, was created in 1895. It primarily represented these English-speaking colonists.
On 8 June 1901, the Mexican Mission was reopened with Ammon M. Tenney as mission president. Visiting branches near Mexico City, Tenney found the early members still faithful. Branches were re-organized and by 1911, membership in central Mexico reached 1,000.
The Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910 and continued for almost a decade, halted much of the Church's progress. The Latter-day Saints in the Juarez Stake left Mexico in 1912 to avoid the conflict and members in central Mexico were left without leaders and were abused by conflicting armies. Two local Church leaders, Rafael Monroy and Vicente Morales, were executed.
When mission President Rey L. Pratt returned to central Mexico in November 1917, he found many members who had remained faithful throughout the period of the revolution. Work again progressed, but the nationalism generated by the revolution resulted in the expulsion in 1926 of all foreign clergy – including Latter-day Saint missionaries — by Mexican authorities. Local Mexican Church leaders maintained stability and expanded the work, calling six local missionaries in 1930. However, in 1936, a group called the Third Convention, influenced by the wave of nationalism that continued to sweep through Mexico even after the revolution, broke away from the Church for a period. They were reunited with the Church through the able leadership of Mexican Mission President Arwell Pierce. In 1946, President George Albert Smith visited members of the Church, who numbered more than 5,300.
The Mexican Mission was divided on 10 June 1956 and the Northern Mexico Mission was created. The Mexico Stake was created on 3 December 1961, the first Spanish-speaking stake in the Church. Six years later, Agricol Lozano became the first local stake president in Mexico. Church membership in Mexico at that time was about 25,000.
Although the Juarez Stake Academy had served the educational needs of Church members in the colonies for decades, other Church schools were established beginning in 1959. The most significant was the large preparatory school, Benemerito in Mexico City. It was started in 1963.
In the late 1960s, membership began to expand rapidly. By 1972, it reached 100,000. In February 1977, President Spencer W. Kimball spoke at area conferences in Monterrey and Mexico City. Nearly 25,000 members, the largest congregation ever to attend an area conference during the 10 years they were held from 1971-80, participated in the Mexico City conference. While in Mexico City, President Kimball visited with President Jose Lopez Portillo at the national palace.
The Mexico City Temple was dedicated on 2 December 1983. Mexico was the first country outside the United States to have 100 stakes. When the 100th stake was created at Tecalco 25 July 1989, membership in Mexico was estimated to be more than half a million. In 1992, Mexico became the first nation outside the United States to be divided into two areas, Mexico North and Mexico South.
Elder Waldo Call was called to the Seventy in 1985 from the original Mexican colonies, the first Mexican General Authority. He was followed in 1989 by Elder Horacio Tenorio, the first of Mexican ancestry to be called as a General Authority.
A historic event occurred on 29 June 1993 when the Mexican government formally registered the Church, allowing it to own property. The recognition was granted at a ceremony presided over by Patrocinio Gonzalez Garrido, Secretary of Government. Agricol Lozano, the Church's legal counsel in Mexico, was instrumental in gaining official recognition for the Church. The effort was under the direction of Elders F. Burton Howard and Angel Abrea of the Seventy, presidents of the Mexico North and Mexico South areas.
President Howard W. Hunter visited Mexico to create the Church's 2,000th stake, the Mexico City Contreras Stake, on 11 December 1994. President Gordon B. Hinckley visited Veracruz in January 1996 for a regional conference and spoke to 9,000 members. He visited the Mormon colonies on 5 June 1997 and spoke at the centennial observance of the Juarez Academy. Returning to El Paso, Texas, to catch a flight back to Salt Lake City, President Hinckley conceived the plan for the small temple design that he announced at general conference in October 1997 that ushered in an era of unprecedented temple building.
President Hinckley returned to Mexico in November 1997 and spoke to 54,000 members in Mexico City, Puebla, Villahermosa, Cancun, and Merida. During the trip, he met with Mexican President Dr. Ernesto Zedillo and foreign minister Jose Angel Gurria. President Hinckley once again went to Mexico in March 1998, and visited the cities of Hermosillo, Ciudad Obregon, Culiacan, Guadalajara, Torreon, Leon, Ciudad Victoria, Monterrey, Chihuahua, and Ciudad Juarez in northern Mexico.
After the announcement of small temples, the Church began to construct several temples in Mexico. The temple in Colonia Juarez was dedicated on 6 March 1999. The year 2000 was a milestone year for temple dedications in Mexico with eight dedicated, including Ciudad Juarez, Hermosillo, Oaxaca, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Tampico, Villahermosa, Merida, and Veracruz. The Guadalajara temple was dedicated by President Hinckley on 29 April 2001.
The Monterrey Mexico Temple was dedicated by President Hinckley on 28 April 2002. The temple was the last of the announced temple construction projects in Mexico, capping an unprecedented three-year period in which 11 temples in the country were built and dedicated. "The temples not only have established the presence of the Church in Mexico, but also have established the presence of the Church in the hearts of the members," said Elder Lynn A. Mickelsen of the Seventy.
Mexico's 19th mission, the Mexico Mexico City West Mission, was announced in 2001. The 100th anniversary of the re-opening of missionary work in Mexico was celebrated in June 2001 in cities throughout the country.
President Hinckley, along with Elder Henry B. Eyring of the Quorum of the Twelve, met with Mexician President Vicente Fox in Mexico City on 29 April 2002. During their 30-minute meeting, President Hinckley and the Mexican president discussed the Church's effort to improve the lives of Mexican members and others. President Hinckley explained the Church's Perpetual Education Fund and an instructional welding program funded by the Church at the Technological University of Santa Catarina in Monterrey. President Hinckley presented President Fox with a donation from the Church Humanitarian Fund, earmarked for a charitable organization championed by Mexican First Lady Marta Sahagun de Fox.
The Church, in partnership with philanthropist Kenneth E. Behring and his Wheelchair Foundation, donated 1,000 wheelchairs on 10 December 2002 to Mexico's National Center for Rehabilitation for use by the disabled in Mexico. Bishop Richard C. Edgley, first counselor in the Presiding Bishopric, represented the Church in ceremonies with Mexican President Fox.
In 2002, membership reached 952,947.
A historic milestone occurred in July 2004 when Church membership in Mexico reached 1 million members. In 2005, membership reached 1,043,718.
About 3,000 members and friends attended events in Tecalco on April 6-9, 2006, to commemorate the 125th anniversary of the dedication of Mexico for the preaching of the gospel, as well as the 130th anniversary of the coming of the first missionaries to Mexico.
Sources: Agricol Lozano, "Historia Del Mormonismo en Mexico, 1980; F. Lamond Tullis, Mormons in Mexico: The Dynamics of Faith and Culture, 1987; F. Lamond Tullis, "Los Primeros: Mexico's Pioneer Saints," Ensign, July 1997; Thomas Cottam Romney, The Mormon Colonies in Mexico, 1938; Alonzo Taylor, Record of the Exodus of the Mormon Colonies from Mexico in 1912, 1970; Karl E. Young, Ordeal in Mexico, 1968; Mark L. Grover, "Execution in Mexico: The Deaths of Rafael Monroy and Vicente Morales," BYU Studies, 1996; Donald Q. Cannon and Richard O. Cowan, Unto Every Nation: Gospel Light Reaches Every Land, 2003; Dell Van Orden, "Emotional Farewell in Mexico,"Church News, 19 February 1977; Dell Van Orden, "Prophet Meets Latin Leaders," Church News, 5 March 1977; "Mexico Formally Registers Church," Church News, 17 July 1993; Jason Swensen, "New Temples in Mexico Are Making Eternal Impact in Thousands of Lives," Church News, 12 August 2000; Jason Swensen "Patience Rewarded in Monterrey," Church News, 11 May 2002; "President Hinckley Meets With Mexican Leader," Church News, 11 May 2002; John L. Hart, "Temple Work Increasing in Mexico," Church News, 18 May 2002; John L. Hart, "125 Years of Converts in Mexico," Church News, 3 August 2002; Jason Swensen, "Hundreds Receive Gift of Mobility, Independence," Church News, 21 December 2002; Jason Swensen, "Broadening Horizons in Northern Mexico," Church News, 25 January 2003; "A Million in Mexico on Aug. 1, After 128 Years," Church News, 10 July 2004; "125 years in Mexico," Church News, 15 April 2006.
Stakes — 220
(Listed alphabetically as of Oct. 1, 2009.)
No. / Name / Organized / First President
735 / Acapulco Mexico / 24 Sep 1989 / Francisco Javier Torres G.
2574 / Acapulco Mexico Costa Azul / 15 Oct 2000 / Joel Martinez Cano
2328 / Acayucan Mexico / 16 Mar 1997 / Leonardo Hoyes Montiel
1640 / Aguascalientes Mexico / 17 May 1987 / Jose Luis Rios A.
2472 / Aguascalientes Mexico Jardines / 31 May 1998 / Daniel Cordova Esparza
2485 / Amecameca Mexico / 28 Jun 1998 / Cuauhtemoc Sanchez Pineda
2683 / Apodaca Mexico / 22 May 2005 / Joel Martinez Ortega
1971 / Atlixco Mexico / 16 Jan 1994 / Hector Garcia Ceballos
2753 / Atotonilco Mexico / 24 Feb 2007 / Javier Tovar Baltazar
2833 / Cabo San Lucas Mexico / 7 June 2009 / Ezequiel Fernando Ramirez Quinones
1474 / Campeche Mexico / 27 May 1984 / Gabriel Francisco Ramos G.
2056 / Cancun Mexico / 28 May 1995 / Victor Sebastian Roca Gomez
2456 / Cancun Mexico Kabah / 26 Apr 1998 / Victor S. Roca Gomez
2682 / Cancun Mexico Kukulcan / 15 May 2005 / Gabriel Serna Poot
2343 / Cardenas Mexico / 20 Apr 1997 / Raymundo Morales Barrera
941 / Celaya Mexico / 11 Jun 1978 / Armando Gaona
722 / Chalco Mexico / 9 Nov 1975 / Ruben Valenzuela G.
2636 / Chalco Mexico Solidaridad / 23 May 2004 / Carlos Roberto Rivero Rodriguez
1822 / Chetumal Mexico / 27 Oct 1991 / Raul Gaspar Rodriguez F.
2612b / Chiautempan Mexico / 17 Aug 2003 / Samuel Ahuacatitan Farias
782 / Chihuahua Mexico / 13 Nov 1976 / Gustavo Ulises Cortez S.
1633 / *Chihuahua Mexico Chuviscar / 14 Nov 1989
Chihuahua Mexico East / 1 Mar 1987 / Humberto Enrique Serna G.
1736a / Chihuahua Mexico Tecnologico / 26 Nov 1989 / Arturo Galindo Rubalcava
2364 / Chilpancingo Mexico / 25 May 1997 / Jesus Antonio Torrijos Acevedo
1109 / Ciudad Juarez Mexico East / 24 Feb 1980 / Armando Arzate Saldana
2264 / Ciudad Juarez Mexico La Cuesta / 10 Nov 1996 / Jesus Octavio Seanez Flores
1699 / Ciudad Juarez Mexico North / 9 Oct 1988 / Luis Carlos Gomez M.
783 / *Ciudad Juarez Mexico South / 9 Oct 1988
Ciudad Juarez Mexico / 14 Nov 1976 / Sergio Armando de la Mora M.
1301 / *Ciudad Mante Mexico / 25 Jan 1982
Mante Mexico / 1 Nov 1981 / Humberto Noriega F.
772 / Ciudad Obregon Mexico / 10 Oct 1976 / Jorge Mendez I.
1712 / Ciudad Obregon Mexico Nainari / 19 Feb 1989 / Jesus Angulo Montoya
1500 / Ciudad Obregon Mexico Yaqui / 28 Oct 1984 / Jorge Mendez Ibarra
2576 / Ciudad Valles Mexico / 12 Nov 2000 / Ricardo Baez Trejo
797 / Ciudad Victoria Mexico / 12 Dec 1976 / Jesus Martinez T.
2815 / Coacalco Mexico / 29 Nov 2008
1043a / Coatzacoalcos Mexico / 1 Jul 1979 / Raymundo Madris Carbajal
1766 / Coatzacoalcos Mexico Puerto / 29 Jul 1990 / Raul Munoz Z.
2830 / Colima Mexico / 24 May 2009 / Oscar Manuel Molina Rodriguez
1742 / Colonia Dublan Mexico / 25 Feb 1990 / Carl L. Call
37 / *Colonia Juarez Mexico
Juarez / 9 Dec 1895 / Anthony W. Ivins
721 / Cuautla Mexico / 9 Nov 1975 / Juan Angel Alvaradejo
1983 / *Cuautla Mexico Palmas / 23 Jan 1996
Cuautla Mexico / 19 Jun 1994 / Luis F. Rodriguez Trejo
2526 / Cuautla Mexico Zapata / 25 Apr 1999 / Hugo Alberto Sanchez Morales
1427 / Cuernavaca Mexico / 5 Jun 1983 / Sergio Rojas Espinoza
2518 / *Cuernavaca Mexico Civac / 21 Nov 2001
Civac / 21 Mar 1999 / Saul Figueroa Lopez
838 / Culiacan Mexico / 22 May 1977 / Federico Fragoza Diaz
1710 / Culiacan Mexico Humaya / 12 Feb 1989 / Jose Exaltacion Astorga E.
1644 / Culiacan Mexico Tamazula / 21 Jun 1987 / Rosario Lobo
1707 / Delicias Mexico / 18 Dec 1988 / Sergio Trejo L.
1228 / Durango Mexico / 21 Jan 1981 / Ernesto Padilla Lozano
2057 / Durango Mexico Del Valle / 28 May 1995 / Miguel Angel Martinez Macias
1761 / *Ensenada Mexico / 8 Aug 1990
Tijuana Mexico Ensenada / 24 Jun 1990 / Jose Pedroza A.
2606b / Fresnillo Mexico / 23 Sep 2001 / Noel A. Mora Ruiz
2835 / Galeana Mexico 7 / Jun 2009 Oscar Armando Aguilar Torres
935 / Gomez Palacio Mexico / 28 May 1978 / Ruben Martinez A.
1749 / Gomez Palacio Mexico La Laguna / 6 May 1990 / Magdaleno Sanchez S.
1183 / Guadalajara Mexico Independencia / 27 Sep 1980 / Felipe Covarrubias S.
2842 / Guacamayas Mexico / 21 June 2009 / Adrian Trevino Vazquez
2474 / Guadalajara Mexico Lomas / 7 Jun 1998 / Sergio Miguel Anaya
2495 / Guadalajara Mexico Mirador / 20 Sep 1998 / Jose Romero Gutierrez
2457 / Guadalajara Mexico Moctezuma / 3 May 1998 / Americo Garcia Soto
1753 / Guadalajara Mexico Reforma / 3 Jun 1990 / Jose Saavedra T.
2482 / Guadalajara Mexico Tlaquepaque / 21 Jun 1998 / Rogelio Martinez
683 / *Guadalajara Mexico Union / 28 Sep 1980
Guadalajara Mexico / 23 Feb 1975 / Emilio Garcia L.
2044 / Guadalajara Mexico Victoria / 30 Apr1995 / Luis Ruben Castrejon Bonilla
1779 / Guaymas Mexico 18 Nov 1990 Ruben A. Palestino
771 / Hermosillo Mexico 8 Oct 1976 Hector Ceballos L.
1636 / Hermosillo Mexico Pitic / 26 Apr 1987 / Carlos Pineda O.
2107 / Iguala Mexico / 15 Oct 1995 / Alberto Saucedo Roa
1232 / *Irapuato Mexico / 24 Mar 1992
Leon Mexico / 8 Feb 1981 / Armando Gaona J.
1589 / Jalapa Mexico / 2 Mar 1986 / Jorge Sanchez
1764 / Juchitan Mexico / 22 Jul 1990 / Gerardo Castellanos A.
2415 / Juchitan Mexico Las Flores / 23 Nov 1997 / Wilfrido Orozco Ramirez
1734b / *La Paz Mexico / 30 Jan 1990
Finisterra Mexico / 10 Sep 1989 / Antonio Aguilar V.
2220 / Leon Mexico / 11 Aug 1996 / Alberto Galo de Jesus Romo Gonzalez
1139 / Los Mochis Mexico / 25 May 1980 / Victor Manuel Soto
1714 / Los Mochis Mexico El Fuerte / 5 Mar 1989 / Ezequiel Fernando Ramirez Q.
795 / Madero Mexico / 11 Dec 1976 / Gabriel Raymundo Saldivar F.
2590 / Madero Mexico Ampliacion / 4 Mar 2002 / Jorge Luis Saldivar Balboa
1131 / Matamoros Mexico / 18 May 1980 / Luciano Ramirez
1718 / Mazatlan Mexico / 7 May 1989 / Jose Alberto Holcombe I.
2611 / Mazatlan Mexico West 14 Apr 2002 Alfonso Filippine Aguayo
804 / Merida Mexico / 22 Jan 1977 / Abel R. Ordaz R.
2694 / Merida Mexico Brisas / 20 Nov 2005 / Gabriel de Jesus Palma
1728 / Merida Mexico Centro / 11 Jun 1989 / Joaquin Eduardo Carrillo V.
2690 / Merida Mexico Chuburna / 18 Sep 2005 / Armando Carreon Rivera
1754 / Merida Mexico Itzimna / 10 Jun 1990 / Mauro Jose Luis Gil P.
923 / Merida Mexico Lakin / 14 May 1978 / Benigno Pena Pech
2696 / Metepec Mexico / 27 Nov 2005 / Francisco J. Bravo Velez
819 / Mexicali Mexico / 20 Mar 1977 / Eduardo Del Rio P.
1626 / Mexicali Mexico Los Pinos / 18 Jan 1987 / Jose de Jesus Ruelas U.
1603 / Mexico City Mexico Anahuac / 29 Jun 1986 / Luis Manuel Angel B.
617 / *Mexico City Mexico Aragon
Mexico City Aragon / 27 May 1973 / Agricol Lozano H.
658 / Mexico City Mexico Arbolillo / 15 Sep 1974 / Guillermo Torres
1317 / Mexico City Mexico Azteca / 6 Dec 1981 / Juan Alberto Ramos B.
719 / Mexico City Mexico Camarones / 8 Nov 1975 / Jorge Rojas O.
2420 / Mexico City Mexico Centenario / 30 Nov 1997 / Dominguez G. D. Rodriguez I.
1357 / Mexico City Mexico Chapultepec / 27 Jun 1982 / Jose Ismael Ruiz G.
716a / Mexico City Mexico Churubusco / 8 Nov 1975 / Juan Casanova C.
2000 / Mexico City Mexico Contreras / 11 Dec 1994 / Victor Manuel Salinas G.
1752 / Mexico City Mexico Cuautepec / 20 May 1990 / Salvador Aguirre Osorio
1763 / Mexico City Mexico Cuautitlan / 8 Jul 1990 / Victor M. Cardenas L.
2740 / Mexico City Mexico Culhuacan / 11 Nov 2006 / Ricardo Flores Alvarez
1759 / Mexico City Mexico Culturas / 17 Jun 1990 / Octavio Saul Morales A.
1663 / Mexico City Mexico Ecatepec / 6 Dec 1987 / Juan Manuel Rodriguez C.
718 / Mexico City Mexico Ermita / 8 Nov 1975 / Aurelio Valdespino O.
723 / Mexico City Mexico Industrial / 9 Nov 1975 / Juan Roberto Alva
2659 / Mexico City Mexico Ixtapaluca / 7 Nov 2004 / Gustavo Ramos Landaverde
2403 / Mexico City Mexico Iztapalapa / 26 Oct 1997 / Daniel Delgado Rios
1760 / Mexico City Mexico La Perla / 24 Jun 1990 / Pedro Espinosa C.
965 / Mexico City Mexico Lindavista / 8 Oct 1978 / Fernando R. Dorantes T.
2522 / Mexico City Mexico Lomas Verdes / 18 Apr 1999 / Omar Villalobos Saunders
2267 / Mexico City Mexico Los Reyes / 17 Nov 1996 / I. Pedro Espinosa Cruz
1070 / *Mexico City Mexico Meyehualco / 11 Dec 1994
*Mexico City Mexico Iztapalapa / 14 Oct 1979 / Aurelio Valdespino
726 / Mexico City Mexico Moctezuma / 9 Nov 1975 / Filiberto Ledezma M.
727 / Mexico City Mexico Netzahualcoyotl / 9 Nov 1975 / Jaime Garay M.
1433 / Mexico City Mexico Oriental / 19 Jun 1983 / Felipe Gerardo Ramirez N.
2404 / Mexico City Mexico Pantitlan / 26 Oct 1997 / Luis R. Rosales Gonzalez
2608d / Mexico City Mexico Paraiso / 13 Jan 2002 / Gilberto Lule Cervantes
2307 / Mexico City Mexico Prados / 9 Feb 1997 / Guillermo Velasco Coronado
717a / Mexico City Mexico Tacubaya / 8 Nov 1975 / Roman Gomez I.
2286 / Mexico City Mexico Tecamac / 1 Dec 1996 / Francisco C. Salazar Sanchez
2602a / Mexico City Mexico Tenayo / 24 Nov 2002 / Francisco Javier Hernandez
2477 / Mexico City Tepalcapa / 14 Jun 1998 / Rafael Eduardo Ramos R.
720 / *Mexico City Mexico Tlalnepantla / 10 Oct 1978
Mexico City Mexico Satelite / 9 Nov 1975 / Horacio Tenorio O.
1356 / Mexico City Mexico Tlalpan / 27 Jun 1982 / Jose Alberto Rasales G.
1579 / Mexico City Mexico Valle Dorado / 28 Nov 1985 / Arturo Lopez G.
1980 / Mexico City Mexico Vergel / 15 May 1994 / Ernesto Rosas Vazquez
724 / Mexico City Mexico Villa de las Flores / 9 Nov 1975 / Juan Manuel Cedeno R.
2357 / Mexico City Mexico Xalostoc / 18 May 1997 / Jose Luis Escobar Maya
715a / Mexico City Mexico Zarahemla / 8 Nov 1975 / Bonaerges Rubalcava E.
829 / Minatitlan Mexico / 15 May 1977 / Ignacio Cruz S.
2329 / Minatitlan Mexico Tecnologico / 16 Mar 1997 / Gabriel Garcia Gomez
644 / Monclova Mexico / 26 May 1974 / Francisco Aragon Garza
2621 / Monclova Mexico East / 30 Nov 2003 / Benito Martinez Mendez
774 / Monterrey Mexico Anahuac / 17 Oct 1976 / Lehi Gracia L.
2571 / Monterrey Mexico Andalucia / 3 Sep 2000 / Francisco Rivera Davila
572 / *Monterrey Mexico Libertad / 17 Oct 1976
*Monterrey Mexico East
Monterrey East / 7 May 1972 / Jose Humberto Gonzalez
1765 / Monterrey Mexico Los Angeles / 22 Jul 1990 / Carlos Charles Plata
508 / *Monterrey Mexico Mitras / 8 Jun 1980
Monterrey / 22 Mar 1970 / Guillermo G. Garza
1114 / Monterrey Mexico Moderna / 9 Mar 1980 / Mauro Garcia Herrera
1144 / Monterrey Mexico Morelos / 8 Jun 1980 / Carlos R. Merino D.
908 / Monterrey Mexico Paraiso / 23 Apr 1978 / Alfredo Gallegos L.
773 / Monterrey Mexico Roma / 16 Oct 1976 / Jose Humberto Gonzalez G.
1615 / Monterrey Mexico Valle Verde / 2 Nov 1986 / Jose F. Torres M.
2425 / Morelia Mexico / 4 Jan 1998 / Juan Alberto Gonzalez S.
2843 / Morelia Mexico Aeropuerto / 21 June 2009 / Rodolfo Sifuentes Castilla
2443 / Nuevo Laredo Mexico / 15 Mar 1998 / Santiago Vazquez Davalos
1280 / *Oaxaca Mexico Amapolis / 19 Sep 2000
Oaxaca Mexico / 21 Jun 1981 / M. Ociel Bengoa Vargas
2575 / Oaxaca Mexico Atoyac / 12 Nov 2000 / Hermengildo Escobar Sampablo
2209 / Oaxaca Mexico Mitla / 30 Jun 1996 / Jose Luis Alonso Trejo
1685 / Oaxaca Mexico Monte Alban / 7 Feb 1988 / Valentin Cruz B.
801 / Orizaba Mexico 16 Jan 1977 / Humberto Sanchez R.
1466 / *Pachuca Mexico / 13 Nov 1990
Mexico City / 18 Mar 1984 / Alejandro Chavez Rodriguez
2158 / Pachuca Mexico Centro / 28 Jan 1996 / Ismael Mendoza Regino
2805b / Pachuca Mexico South / 15 June 2008 / Jose Raul Serrano Cruz
1716 / Papantla Mexico / 23 Apr 1989 / Antonio Casino C.
857 / Piedras Negras Mexico / 21 Aug 1977 / Fidencio Guzman Lugo
730 / Poza Rica Mexico / 13 Nov 1975 / Jose Luis Pichardo M.
799 / Poza Rica Mexico Palmas / 15 Jan 1977 / Angel Valle G.
2225 / Puebla Mexico Amalucan / 25 Aug 1996 / Jose Manuel de la Rosa Rojas
898 / *Puebla Mexico Cholula / 25 Sep 1997
Puebla Mexico Popocateptl / 12 Mar 1978 / Zeferino Tlatelpa
1293 / Puebla Mexico Fuertes / 11 Oct 1981 / Francisco Pineda Salazar
2424 / Puebla Mexico La Libertad / 14 Dec 1997 / Zeniff Mejia Mora
680 / Puebla Mexico La Paz 16 Feb 1975 Santiago Mejia M.
2543 / Puebla Mexico Mayorazgo / 27 Feb 2000 / Edgar Flores P.
1758 / Puebla Mexico Nealtican / 17 Jun 1990 / Marcelino Osorio P.
681 / Puebla Mexico Valsequillo / 16 Feb 1975 / Ramiro Goana M.
2677 / Puerto Vallarta Mexico / 24 Apr 2005 / Gonzalo Rodriguez M.
2037 / Queretaro Mexico / 19 Mar 1995 / Glendon Lyons Castillo
2550 / Queretaro Mexico Los Arcos / 12 Mar 2000 / Jose Cruz Pineda C.
1132 / Reynosa Mexico / 18 May 1980 / Noe Flores Silva
2607c / Reynosa Mexico East / 16 Mar 2003 / Pedro Zamora V.
2021 / Salina Cruz Mexico / 5 Feb 1995 / Jose Ceferino Castillo Cupil
1767 / Saltillo Mexico Miravalle / 12 Aug 1990 / Edmundo Rodriguez Pena
1155 / Saltillo Mexico Republica / 29 Jun 1980 / Roberto Teodoro Guzman R.
2759 / San Cristobal Mexico / 14 Apr 2007 / Indalecio Tomas Morales
1231 / San Luis Potosi Mexico / 1 Feb 1981 / Guillermo G. Soubervielle R.
2214 / *San Luis Potosi Benito Juarez / 27 Aug 1996
2846 / San Luis Rio Colorado Mexico / 28 June 2009 / Eduardo Coronado de los Reyes
Benito Juarez Mexico / 4 Aug 1996 / Victor Joaquin Herrejon Faburrieta
2268 / San Nicolas Mexico / 17 Nov 1996 / Abelardo Morales Mendez
567 / *Tampico Mexico
Tampico / 27 Feb 1972 / Guillermo Garmendia
2123 / Tampico Mexico Bosque / 12 Nov 1995 / Luis Eduardo de Leon de Leon
2577 / Tampico Mexico Chairel / 26 Nov 2000 / Manuel Acosta Mar
951 / Tapachula Mexico / 20 Aug 1978 / Jorge David Arrevilla M.
1762 / Tapachula Mexico Izapa / 8 Jul 1990 / Guillermo Sanchez R.
1730 / Tecalco Mexico / 25 Jun 1989 / Felipe Hernandez L.
2521 / Tehuacan Mexico / 18 Apr 1999 / Demesio de Jesus Rueda J.
2296 / Tepic Mexico / 15 Dec 1996 / Jose A. Prida Herrma
2516 / Teziutlan Mexico / 7 Mar 1999 / Alejandro Perez Alvarez
2603d / Tierra Blanca Mexico / 12 Jan 2003 / Ricardo Salomon Morales
757 / Tijuana Mexico / 23 May 1976 / Carlos Mendez S.
2583 / Tijuana Mexico Central / 14 Jan 2001 / David Zamarrip Navarro
2673 / Tijuana Mexico Florido / 13 March 2005 / Jose Alberto Fernandez Hernandez
2248 / Tijuana Mexico Insurgentes / 13 Oct 1996 / Jorge Mendez Ibarra
1587 / *Tijuana Mexico La Mesa / 15 Apr 1986
La Mesa Mexico / 9 Feb 1986 / Angel Luevano Cordova
2991 / Tijuana Mexico Otay / 11 Mar 2001 / Luis Sergio Hernandez Gallo
2439 / Tizimin Mexico / 1 Mar 1998 / Samuel Ayala P.
2164 / Tlaxcala Mexico / 11 Feb 1996 / Mosiah Saul Delgado Gonzalez
1829 / Toluca Mexico / 17 Nov 1991 / Gilberto Lopez D'Antin
781 / Torreon Mexico / 12 Nov 1976 / David Limon Miranda
1532 / Torreon Mexico Jardin / 12 May 1985 / Rafael Leon Miranda
1736 / Torreon Mexico Reforma / 15 Oct 1989 / Miguel Angel Rivera C.
725 / Tula Mexico / 9 Nov 1975 / Silvino Mera U.
2848 / Tuxpan Mexico / 28 Jun 2009 / Fernando Ramos Godinez
1943 / Tuxtepec Mexico / 6 Jun 1993 / Marcelo Valis Medina
1174 / Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico / 31 Aug 1980 / Enrique Sanchez Casillas
2028 / Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico Grijalva / 26 Feb 1995 / Moises Ulloa Solis
2775 / Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico Mactumatza / 1 Sep 2007 / Julio Cesar Pineda Franco
2834 / Uruapan Mexico / 7 June 2009 / Juan Carlos Tulais Juarez
628 / *Valle Hermoso Mexico
Valle Hermoso / 28 Oct 1973 / Benjamin Morales
1653 / Valle del Mezquital Mexico / 13 Sep 1987 / Joel Gandara Salazar
700 / Veracruz Mexico / 15 Jun 1975 / Leon Lopez Alavez
1751 / Veracruz Mexico Mocambo / 20 May 1990 / Fernando Lagunez V.
800 / Veracruz Mexico Reforma / 16 Jan 1977 / Leon Lopez A.
2119 / Veracruz Mexico Villa Rica / 5 Nov 1995 / Marco A. Carrillo Bogard
1166 / Villahermosa Mexico / 10 Aug 1980 / Jose Luis Madrigal N.
1746 / *Villahermosa Mexico Gaviotas / 5 Oct 1993
Villahermosa Mexico / 15 Apr 1990 Joaquin Gonzalez L.
2553 / Zacatecas Mexico / 16 Apr 2000 / Jesus Antonio Madera L.
2242 / Zamora Mexico 22 Sep 1996 / Juan Lopez Tejeda
344 / Mexico City Mexico
Discontinued / 8 Nov 1975 / Mexico City Mexico Churubusco (716a), Mexico
City Mexico, Tacubaya ( 717a), Mexico City Mexico Ermita ( 718), Mexico City
Mexico Chapultepec (No. 1357)
*Mexico City May 1967
Mexico / 3 Dec 1961 / Harold Brown
534 / *Mexico City Mexico East / 15 Nov 1970 / Agricol Lozano
Discontinued 8 Nov 1975 / Chalco Mexico (No. 722), Mexico City Mexico
Villa de las Flores (No. 724), Mexico City Mexico Moctezuma
(726), Mexico City, Mexico Netzahualcoyotl (727)
Mexico City Mexico East
434 / *Mexico City Mexico North
Mexico City North / 7 May 1967 / Agricol Lozano
Discontinued 8 Nov 1975 / Tampico Mexico (No. 567), Mexico City
Mexico Camarones (No. 719), Mexico City Mexico Satelite (No. 720)
2515 / Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico Centro / 28 Feb 1999 / Mario Alberto Morales Z.
Discontinued 20 Feb 2005
2581 / Monterrey Mexico Modelo / 10 Dec 2000 / Rene Arenas Santana
Discontinued 17 Apr 2005
Missions — 21
(As of Oct. 1, 2009; shown with historical number. See MISSIONS.)
(208) MEXICO CHIHUAHUA MISSION (201) MEXICO CULIACAN MISSION
Calle Ojinaga 2210 A Rio Choiz 888
Antes Morelos Colonia Rosales
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31020 Chihuahua, Mexico Mexico
(125) MEXICO GUADALAJARA MISSION (56) MEXICO HERMOSILLO MISSION
Apartado Postal 51-74 Apartado Postal 557
Colonia Las Aguilas, 83000 Hermosillo, Sonora
45081 Zopapan, Jalisco, Mexico Mexico
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Apartado Postal 1-1125 Calle 45 #527 Q y Calle 70
37000 Leon, Guanajuato Colonia Centro
Mexico 97000 Merida, Yucatan, Mexico
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Cerralvo 134 Calle Chiapas #2202
Colonia Libertad Colonia Roma Sur
67130 Cd. Guadelupe, Nuevo Leon 64700 Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
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Fuente de Piramide # 1 Piso 1 Apartado Postal #98
Lomas de Tecamachalco Naucalpan 54740 Cuautitlan Izcalli
53950 Estado de Mexico Estado de Mexico
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Av. del Taller # 540 Sierra de Las Vertientes #310
Col. Jardin Balbuena Col. Lomas de Chapultepec
Delegacion Venustiano Carranza Del. Miguel Hidalgo
15900 DF Mexico 11010 DF Mexico
(246) MEXICO OAXACA MISSION(217) MEXICO PUEBLA MISSION
Huerta de los Olivos #100Calle 25 Sur # 907
Fracc. Trinidad de las HuertasCol. La Paz
68120 Oaxaca 72160 Puebla
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Apartado Postal 241Sonora #3805 Local 7 y 8
Cd. Madero, Tamaulipas 89460Fracc. Chapultepec Campestre
Mexico22420 Tijuana, Baja, Mexico
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Apartado Postal 792 Apartado 278
29000 Torreon, Coahuila 29000 Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas CP
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Apartado Postal 103 Avenida Paimira #35
91700 Veracruz, Veracruz Fracc. Villas de Arco
Mexico Colonia Palmira
62490 Cuernavaca, Morelos Mexico
Mexico Guadalajara East
Calle Aguamarina #3292
Colonia Residencial Victoria
45089 Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico