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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

DECEMBER 12 - FEAST OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY OF GUADALUPE



Guadalupe: un’immagine viva
video published on 15 Feb 2016 - Tv2000it





 video published on Feb 14, 2016 --- See Pope Francis's moving visit to a children's hospital in Mexico





 




Pope at Mass for Our Lady of Guadalupe: No sin can stop the mercy of God - Published on Dec 14, 2015




A trailer for the new documentary film narrated by Jim Caviezel reveals the fascinating history, legacy and continued relevance of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Guadalupe - The Miracle and the Message - Published on 9 Nov 2015





The rise of Our Lady of Guadalupe - Published on 24 Nov 2015





The importance of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Pope Francis - Published on Dec 10, 2016





2016.12.12 Mass for Latin America
Pope Francis celebrates the Mass of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of Latin America, preceded by the recitation of the Rosary, and an Advent prayer





December 1531, Mexico. The Virgin Mary appears to an Indian humble peasant, but nobody believes in him.

On Her request the Indian wraps in his "tilma" some Castilian roses, mysteriously flowered on a bared scree. In front of the Bishop he opens the cap discovering the miracle: the image of the Virgin is impressed upon it.

The image is extraordinarily real. The results of analysis are amazing. In the Virgin's eyes the 13 figures who witnessed the miracle are visible.

The stars on her cloak are positioned exactly as they were in the miracle's day (12.12.1531). The painting technique used is unknown. The colours keep intact, the cloth is uncorrupted.

And that's not all: an extraordinary discovery reveals the Spanish origin (from Extremadura, Spain) of the name of Guadalupe and its incredible connection with the Evangelist Saint Luke.


            ...and the genuine melody in the figure of the Virgin of Guadalupe




 Guadalupe, a living image
Our Lady of Guadalupe (Apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Mexico) - Published on 9 Jan 2014




NICAN MOPOHUA - HERE IT IS TOLD


http://ndclmurray.weebly.com/uploads/3/1/6/2/3162790/nican_mopohua_english.pdf




OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
protectress of the unborn
patroness of all those who are oppressed and persecuted
 

The story of Our Lady of Guadalupe
 
On December 9, 1531, in Mexico, Our Lady appeared to Juan Diego, a poor humble Aztec Indian who had recently converted to the Catholic faith. She asked him to go to the Bishop and tell him to build a church where she said “I will show and offer all of my love, my compassion, my help and my protection to my people.” Juan Diego did as she asked, but the Bishop asked for a sign that this message was really from Our Lady. Mary granted his request.

On December 12, she showed Juan where the most beautiful Castilian roses were and told him to gather them. It was a miracle that the roses were there and in bloom because there was frost on the ground, and the ground was an infertile place where only cactus and thistles grew. After he gathered them, she helped arrange them in his tilma, or poncho, and told him to show them to the Bishop. When he brought them to the Bishop, the Bishop was amazed at the roses, but was even more amazed at what began to happen to Juan Diego’s tilma. Right before their very eyes, the image of Our Lady began to form on the cloth. The picture of Mary was beautiful and the Bishop fell to his knees. He had the church built at her request.

The tilma is still intact after 470 years. The colors have not faded and the cloth has not deteriorated. It has been on display in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe for all this time

 
Memorare to Our Lady of Guadalupe
 
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary of Guadalupe, that in thy celestial apparitions on the mount of Tepeyac, thou didst promise to show thy compassion and pity towards all who, loving and trusting thee, seek thy help and call upon thee in their necessities and afflictions.
 
Thou didst promise to hearken to our supplications, to dry our tears and to give us consolation and relief. Never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thy intercession, either for the common welfare, or in personal anxieties, was left unaided.
 
Inspired with this confidence, we fly unto thee, O Mary, ever Virgin Mother of the True God! Though grieving under the weight of our sins, we come to prostrate ourselves in thy august presence, certain that thou wilt deign to fulfill thy merciful promises. We are full of hope that, standing beneath thy shadow and protection, nothing will trouble or afflict us, nor need we fear illness, or misfortune, or any other sorrow.
 
Thou hast decided to remain with us through thy admirable image, thou who art our Mother, our health and our life. Placing ourselves beneath thy maternal gaze and having recourse to thee in all our necessities we need do nothing more. O Holy Mother of God, despise not our petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer us.

[Here mention your petition.]

Five Hail Mary's.
(In gratitude for the four apparitions to Juan Diego and the one to Juan Bernardino).
 




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 In the home of Catalina Rivas, Our Lady of Guadalupe Image on whose dress was covered with a gathering of thousand of coloured crystals
http://www.visionsofjesuschrist.com/weeping779.html