Essay On Spanish Culture

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Culture is something that is lived every day - everyone shares their culture with others, at home, at work or in public places. To better communicate with specific groups of people, it is important to understand their values, beliefs and daily activities. Latino communities are groups that are made up of people of different nationalities, including many races. This community also includes people of different skin color, sizes, hair types and accents. Also, its culture includes a wide range of attitudes, beliefs, values and behaviors. The terms "Hispanic" or "Latino" refer to people who speak Spanish, born in North America, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean.In the Hispanic culture, machismo is known as the belief in the superiority…show more content…
Hispanic families are big, and it is very important to visit and maintain communication with each family member no matter what where you are or where you live. most of the Hispanic population practices the catholic religion. the catholic church demands of all practitioners must comply with the seven catholic sacraments; Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Penance, Oil of the sick, Priestly Order and Marriage. Catholics are baptized and confirmed as babies, communion is around seven years old when they are consciousness of the good and the bad decision in their lives, the penance is imposed by the priest of the church once you have confessed your sins to him, he will tell you how much you have to pray to God to forgive your sin, oil of the sick is the action that meant that the sick person or the elder is granted a special and effective grace to strengthen him and comfort, and prepare him for the encounter with God. The last two sacrament you must choose between be a nun, father or get married. Religious and spiritual beliefs play a very important role in the medical care of Hispanic groups, they believe that their medical problems are a result of God 's verdict. The medical care is very expensive and because lack of money, they choice to traditional healers. Healers use herbs, aromas, and rituals to treat the ills of the body, mind, and spirit. Its ceremonial practice for healing has existed for centuries. However, for
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