Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad, Texas, celebrates ‘History in Lights’ during holidays


MissionEspirituSanto_JulianneGCraneIt’s that time of the year for the annual winter migration of RV snowbirds to be wheeling their way south from the colder reaches of Canada and the northern tier of the United States.

GolidadSP_altar_JulianneGCraneOne of the most popular routes is through the historically rich center of Texas to the Gulf Coast, taking travelers near the  town of Goliad in the South Texas Plains.

Now through December, the Mission Espiritu Santo Mission is a peaceful place to rejoice in the holiday spirit by celebrating its “History in Lights,” from 6 to 10 p.m. each day. For more information (click here).

For an item on the nearby  Presido La Bahia, Fannin’s Memorial, Angel of Goliad statue and Gen. Ignacio Zaragoza Birthplace — click here.

Also, if you are looking for a place to camp, the Goliad State Park campground has sites suitable for all types and lengths of recreation vehicles including many pull through sites with full hookups. (Click here for more information)

Text and photos of Mission Espiritu Santo by Julianne G. Crane

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