January 6- Dia De Los Santos Reyes (The day Mexico exchange Christmas gifts)
February 2: Dia de la Candelaria or Candlemas, is a religious holiday that is celebrated with dancing, bullfights and the blessing of seeds and candles .
April: Semana Santa: is the holy week that ends the 40-day Lent period. This week includes Good Friday and Easter Sunday. It is Mexican custom to break confetti-filled eggs over the heads of friends and family.
May 10: Mother's Day, Due to the importance of the mother in Mexican culture, Mother's Day is an especially significant holiday .
Mexican people have kept their religion alive in music
Paintings, art, and bright colors are strong heritage in Mexico
The ancient Mexican religion is called the Nahua Religion, It is believed to be a mixture of many different Mexican religions, practiced by many of the several native tribes on the region, like Mayans Toltecs, Zapotecs and Olmecs
They worshiped Greek and Egyptian deities. They used to practice Ritual Cannibalism and offer Human Sacrifices to their gods. They are familiar with the rituals of Baptism and confession before the Spaniards came.