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   The Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe is a title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Blessed Virgin Mother appeared from December 9-13, 1531, to a Mexican peon, Juan Diego.
This apparition took place at Tepeyac, a low hill northeast of Mexico City.
Juan Diego a convert, was an Aztec Indian.  When the Blessed Mother appeared to Juan Diego, Our Lady was dressed as an Aztec princess, speaking the Aztec language.

Our Lady on Saturday, December 9, 1531, told Juan Diego she was the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God and that she wanted a church in her honor be built on that spot.  Juan Diego told the Bishop Fray Juan de Zumarraga of Mexico City about the Blessed Mother Virgin.
Bishop Fray Juan de Zumarraga requested proof of her presence.

The events that took place on December 12, 1531:

On December 12, 1531 Juan Diego left his home early that day to summon a priest in Tlateloloco who could care for his Uncle Juan Bernardino who was very seriously ill.
Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego.

Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12, 1531 said to Juan Diego:
"Hear me and understand well, my littlest son, that nothing should frighten or grieve you.
Let not your heart be disturbed. 
Do not fear that sickness, not any other sickness or anguish.
Am I not here, who am your Mother?
Are you not under my shadow and protection?  Am I not the source of your joy?
Are you not happy within my fold and under my arms?  What else do you wish?"

The Blessed Virgin Mother on December 12, 1531 assured Juan Diego that his Uncle Juan Bernardino was already cured.  Even at that same moment, while the Blessed Virgin Mother was assuring Juan Diego about his Uncle being cured.  The Blessed Mother was appearing at that very same time to the dying Uncle and not only restored his health but told, identified herself to Juan Diego Uncle Juan Bernardino as "Holy Mary of Guadalupe."

Holy Mary of Guadalupe on December 12, 1531 instructed Juan Diego to pick some roses which was blooming miraculously in the winter.  The Blessed Virgin Mother arranged the bouquet of roses in his cloak.  Juan Diego brought the roses wrapped in his cloak to the Bishop Fray Juan de Zumarraga of Mexico City.  When the roses were poured out, an imprint of her likeness of the Blessed Virgin of Guadalupe was found on the inside of the cloak.

The Blessed Virgin of Guadalupe appeared on the cloak as a mestiza, standing on the moon in front of the sun, and dressed in a mantle covered, spoored by the stars.

   The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Facts


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The Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe was built as the Blessed Mother requested in her honor in Tepeyac.

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Over the main alter hangs the original cloak of Juan Diego and the miraculous picture of the Virgin.



Our Lady of Guadalupe is the merciful Mother of Mexico.
Pope Pius X declared Our Lady of Guadalupe Patroness of all Latin America.

Pope Pius XII gave her the title of Empress of all the Americas.

Pope Benedict XIV announced the following...

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe Feast Day December 12 for all nations.

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe is a Holy Day obligation for Mexico.

   Saint Juan Diego, Additional Notes, Muslims And Theme Song

Saint Juan Diego

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Saint Juan Diego

Juan Diego embraced Christianity and he was baptized with his wife, Maria Lucia.  They both lived in the town of Tulpetlac, with Juan Diego's Uncle Juan Bernardino. 

Late Pope John Paul II on December 9, 2002...
The ordinarily the Memorial to Blessed Juan Diego, the man who saw Our Lady of Guadalupe was canonized a Saint.

God the Father and Our Blessed Lady used him as an instrument leading to the conversion of the Aztec Indians.


Our Lady of Guadalupe Islamic name and symbol of Islam

  • Our Lady of Guadalupe is depicted "with child" in her miraculous image.
    This is why Our Lady of Guadalupe is the Patroness of The Unborn.

  • The crescent under the feet of Our Lady Guadalupe represents the evil stone serpent
    of the Aztec Indians, who were converted through Our Lady's Intercession.

  • The crescent under the feet of Our Lady Guadalupe is also the symbol of Islam.


   Muslims Please read:

  Our Lady of Guadalupe like Our Lady of Fatima carries an Islamic name.

  Guadalupe is a name that comes, derives from Arabic origins.

means "the riverbed", "river of light" or "the one who carries the water".

Muslims we are all children of God... God the Father.
Islamic people pray to Our Lady.  The Blessed Mother will guide you to her Son Jesus.
Mohammed believed in Jesus... Mother, the Blessed Virgin Mother.

Mohammed not only believed in Our Lady, Our Blessed Virgin Mother.
Mohammed pray to Our Blessed Virgin Mother... The Mother of all Mankind.

Theme Song

Theme Song of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe