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La Virgen de Guadalupe El 12 de diciembre
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Patron Saint of Mexico (protecting/ guiding saint) Symbol of Mexico
Background Info 1519—Spanish arrived in Mexico 1521 Tenochitlán falls to Hernan Cortés 1523—1 st Catholic missionaries arrive Dec 9, 1531-Our story begins
The First Meeting Juan Diego sees a blinding vision. Mary’s request Difficulties for Juan Diego Bishop’s refusal
The Second Meeting December 12 Ill relative Mary’s instructions The “tilma”/cloak
The Proof Flowers spilled out Perfect Image of the Virgin Mary imprinted on cloth Dark-skinned (Virgen Morena)
Important Dates 1531—small church constructed 1709—original replaced 1745 –Miracle of the the vision officially recognized 1904—church addition 20 th century scientific study of cloth
1976—Newest Basilica Built
Cloth today SanctuaryCloth above altar
Miracles Cloth preserved No under sketch Pigments Attempts to destroy Face Eyes
The Rest of the Story 1999-most visited Catholic shrine in the world (18-20M) 2002—Juan Diego declared a Saint— 1 st indigenous Mexican to achieve sainthood
La Virgen De Guadalupe Our Lady of Guadalupe. Juan Diego An early Indian convert to Catholicism. His native name was Cuahtlatoatzin, which could be translated.
By: Rebecca Lazo, Andrea Inoue, & Meneysse Maya. Biography Born on July 12, 1474 Cuautlitlan, part of Mexico City He died on May 30, 1548 at age 73.
Our Lady of Guadalupe The Events Who: Juan Diego & Mary What: Miraculous image of Mary When: December 1531 Where: Mexico – though some say Spain.
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