From Tiny Saints: In 1531, the Virgin Mary appeared to a Mexican Indian named Juan Diego. When Juan Diego's bishop asked for proof of Mary's appearance, Mary told Juan to gather roses in his tilma (cloak) in the middle of winter. When Juan Diego brought the flowers to the bishop, a miraculous image of Mary appeared on the tilma. Today, the beautiful image is enshrined in Mexico City for all to see.
+ Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patron of Latin America, mothers, pregnant women, and the right to life + measures approximately 1.25 x 0.75 inches
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