Dozens gathered at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts on Sunday afternoon for the 8th annual Lady in Blue Celebration.
Festivities began with a brief ceremony by the Jumano Native Americans at the Celebration Bridge along the Concho River. A procession of flowers to the museum followed, where Bishop Michael Sis held a mass of the Holy Trinity.
The celebration was in honor of the Lady in Blue, a nun living in Spain during the 1600's. She is known for her legendary bilocation, as she was physically at her Spanish convent, but, according to the Jumanos, she evangelized in spirit to the indigenous people of West Texas and the American southwest.