After the last keynote I went to the New Mexico History Museum, which has a collection of retablos, and an enormous battle scene on deerhide. It is like the Bayeux Tapestry of the Southwest. They also have conquistador gear with engraved images of the Virgin and Child. Oh yes, and they also had D. H. Lawrence's luggage tag. (?!)
Santo Niño de Atocha is shown as a little pilgrim. He walks so much that he wears out his shoes, so people bring baby shoes as an offering. The walls are covered with them. Most of them have a child's name written on them.
The Cathedral Ministry Conference always includes an excursion. This year, we visited Chimayò, a complex of chapels and devotions about 40 minutes from Santa Fe. There is a huge devotion to Santo Niño de Atocha here.