Analysis Of Saint Paper: The Lady Of Guadalupe

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Saint paper: Our lady of Guadalupe

The Virgin of Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. On December 9, 1531, the Lady of Guadalupe appeared to an Aztec Indian whom had just converted to the Catholic Faith, his name is Juan Diego. Mary asked Juan Diego to tell the Bishop to build a church in the location she needed it to be built. Juan Diego carried the news to the Bishop, but the Bishop wanted proof that the message he was brought was directly from the Lady of Guadalupe herself. Juan Diego went back and told her what the Bishop had asked for. The request was granted, on December 12, Our lady helped Juan Diego gather some roses which had been grown in frozen ground and also gave him a poncho to carry them in.
When he went back to the Bishop, the Bishop was amazed by the flowers he had brought but the minute he saw that the Lady of Guadalupe was beginning to appear on the poncho he fell to his knees and immediately gave orders to begin building the church he was asked for. The way that Our Lady of Guadalupe …show more content…

During her appearance the Spaniards and Aztecs were on their way to start a war. Both the Aztecs and Spaniards had different cultures. The Aztecs worshipped Gods, to whom they would perform human sacrifices for, they sacrificed a total of 50,000 people a year. The Spaniards were disgusted by the Aztecs way of culture that they decided to be cruel to them by killing them for no reason and treating them like animals. Mary’s appearance changed everything. It helped Indian’s embrace Christianity and it helped the Spaniards treat the Indian’s with respect. In the aspect of seven years 6,000,000 Indian’s had converted to the Catholic Faith. This was the biggest conversion of all times. Now a day we pray to Our Lady of Guadalupe to put an end to the human sacrifices of Gods children through abortion and to convert non-believers. Our Lady of Guadalupe is also known as the Patroness of the

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