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Our Lady of Guadalupe: A New Interpretation of the Story, Apparitions, and Image

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The appearances of Our Lady of Guadalupe coincide with the birth of Hispanic culture in America and the evangelization of the continent. Written by one of the most recognized experts on themes associated with Guadalupe, this book carefully explains the symbols and signs contained in the Aztec narrative Nican Mopohua and the image of her. This work celebrates and encourages Latinos to accept with pride their Christian heritage and the mix of cultures that live in the deepest part of their life.

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About the Author

Fr. José Luis Guerrero was Canon of the Basilica of Guadalupe and played a keyrole in the processes of beatification and canonization of San Juan Diego. He graduated with a degree in Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University, and obtained the degrees of Civil and Canon Law from the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome. He has written numerous works on the origins of Mexican culture and especially on the Virgin of Guadeloupe.

P. José Luis Guerrero fue canon de la Basílica de Guadalupe y jugó un papel clavePapel en los procesos de beatificación y canonización de San Juan Diego. Se licenció en Teología por la Pontificia Universidad Gregoriana y obtuvo los títulos de Derecho Civil y Canónico de la Pontificia Universidad Lateranense de Roma. Ha escrito numerosas obras sobre los orígenes de la cultura mexicana y especialmente sobre la Virgen de Guadalupe.

Product Details

Series No
Publish Date Mar 1, 2008
Pages 64
Size 5.125" X 7.375" Inches
Case Quantity (Print) No
Product Type Book
Weight 0.1760
Product Code 816857

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