Virgin of Guadalupe Panel #10165
Our Lady of Guadalupe, refers to the Blessed Virgin Mary, who appeared in the sixteenth century to a humble native Mexican man by the name of Juan Diego. It is said that she caused roses to appear on a hilltop, and when Juan had picked the roses and carried them in his cloak, afterwards the cloak was imprinted with a beautiful image of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
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