-Sagrado has two new branches San Juditas and San Charbel. San Juditas is St. Jude, patron of lost causes. He has a similar standing in mexico as the Virgin of Guadalupe. And is prayed to for almost any reason. San Charbel is a maronite saint introduced to México by immigrants, he gained popularity by being patron of health and difficult diseases. He's prayed to by offering sashes and ribbons onto the statue.
-Lamanitas are syncretic mormons with Mayan gods, seen as ancestors and figures in the Book of Mormon, following the Mesoamerican model of events. So they believe the book of Mormon is actual Mayan history.
- Also Sol Invicto is now based on syncretism of heliolatry and catholics, and messianic movements in México. It was changed because it was a purepecha ethnoreligion and now it includes many more myths from Northern México Natives like the Yaqui
-Cristo Rey is the mexican Catholic answer to St. Louis.
-The heresy of Cristo Rey is Reformistas, who represent an attempt to secularize mexican catholicism and place it directly under the emperor. It's sort of a precursor to Sacred Heart in that sense, while still being more theologically orthodox
-Don pelayo of White Sands also has a questline/event chain. He is kinda unique because hes cristo rey north of the border while the rest of his faith is far into the heart of mexico