Her blue cloak, covered with stars, resembles one worn by Tonantzin, the Aztec goddess of earth, fertility and rain. It represents the heavens. Blue symbolizes fidelity, divine love and truth. * The black sash she is wearing follows the Aztec custom that she is with child. En cinta is the Aztec expression. * She stands on a crescent moon, indicating she is greater than the god of night, the moon god. * The cherub angel is believed to represent a new era. Some interpret its posture as signaling the end of one time and the beginning of another.
I have never seen an image of the Blessed Virgin wearing red. She is usually pictured wearing blue an/or white. One exception is the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe where she is pictured wearing typical Aztec garb.
Saint Joseph was the spouse of the Virgin Mary, aka - Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Virgin of Guadalupe is one of the titles of the Blessed Virgin Mary who was born about the year 15 BC.
December 12 is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Our Lady of Guadalupe is a title given the Blessed Virgin Mary in Mexico, The Virgin mary is a saint.
The Virgin of Guadalupe is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary and tradition holds that she was an only child.
La Vierge de Guadalupe = The Virgin of Guadalupe.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe refers to the alleged appearance of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Guadalupe, Mexico. You can visit her icon in the cathedral in Guadalupe.
There is no saint named Guadalupe. The name comes from one of the titles of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Our Lady of Guadalupe.
It is another name for the Virgin Mary aka. Jesus Mother
Catholics do not worship the Virgin of Guadalupe. Catholics worship God alone.
Our Lady of Guadalupe is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary who was neither beatified nor canonized.
Helen Behrens has written: 'America's treasure, the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe' -- subject(s): Apparitions and miracles, Guadalupe, Our Lady of, Our Lady of Guadalupe
the virgin of guadaloupe
Our Lady of Guadalupe - the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Of course, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is on December 12. See link below.
The title "Our Lady of Guadalupe" refers to the apparition of the Virgin Mary to the Indian Juan Diego (Quauhtlatoatzin) in Mexico in 1531. She told him that she would be known as "the ever-virgin holy Mary of Guadalupe".There are many opinions about the reason for this. I like the one that says that this is a Spanish pronunciation of the Nahuatl (an Indian language) word coatlaxopeuh, which means "crushes the serpent", a possible reference to the Virgin Mary herself.Another possibility is that the Virgin took the name of a venerated statue of the Virgin that was found in Spain near a village named Guadalupe.==== ====
The Virgen de Guadalupe is a famous painted icon of the virgin Mary. It can be found in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Tepeyac Hill in Mexico city,
Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego on the Hill of Tepeyac just north of Tenochitlan or modern Mexico City.
That is the name given by the Virgin Mary by which she was to be remembered.
December 12 is feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Yes, one and the same.
Our Lady of Guadalupe is one of the titles of the Blessed Virgin Mary as she appeared to Juan Diego near Mexico City in 1531.
Richard Bloomgarden has written: 'The easy guide to the shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Our Lady of Guadalupe