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    Our Lady Of Guadalupe

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    Our Lady Of Guadalupe The image of the Virgin Mary seen by Juan Diego has changed the world. About forty years after Mary’s appearance to Diego, it is believed to be a turning point in western civilization. At this time there were a lot of copies of the painting of Our Lady of Guadalupe being circulated around Europe and one ended up in the hands of Admiral Giovanni Andrea Doria. The King of Spain gave this special copy to him. There were three hundred Turkish ships blocking the Gulf of Lepanto

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    Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe

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    beliefs of the Catholic faith is the sanctity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of Jesus Christ. In 1531 the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to a poor and humble Indian man named Juan Diego at Tepeyac Hill, northwest of what is now Mexico City. The “Lady from Heaven” (Our2) requested of Juan Diego one thing – to build a church on the ground where she appeared. She said to Juan Diego “"My dear little son, I love you. I desire you to know who I am. I am the ever-virgin Mary, Mother of the true God who

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    Her image enshrines the ambitions of Mexico’s society from family, politics, and religion to colonial past and present day Mexico. Her image embodies what Mexico is. That is why millions of tourist stop to go see the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in northern Mexico City, near Tepeyac Hill. Mexico has 31 states and 1 federal state (Hamilton 39). The country’s government is a Federal Representative Republic. The federal district of the country is Mexico City which is also the capital

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    The Lady of Guadalupe is a huge part of the Mexican tradition, and how many people look up to her in a very godly way. She is important, because she reminds people of their appreciation for their own cultures, along with the other cultures that are all over the world. The Lady of Guadalupe is someone that is the exact replica of the Virgin Mary. But, the only difference is, is that the Virgin Mary is a saint that is represented in the European culture, and the Lady of Guadalupe in the Aztec and Native

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    independence in Spanish America. These topics introduce the role of the expelled creole Jesuits, and it relates the mobilizing of Indians and other Mexicans against the Spanish Crown. Taylor mainly discusses the symbolism and popularity of the Virgin of Guadalupe as social and political. Taylor also discusses the Royalists saint, Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, and the Age of Enlightenment which is when both of the saints’ popularity raised. These topics are significant because they tie in the adapted symbolism

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    have become central theological cores of the devotion in each faith community. This is also true for Marian devotion in Vietnam. Our Lady of La Vang becomes an impressive phenomenon of faith practice of Vietnamese Catholic communities and individuals around the world. Springing from an oral tradition, Vietnamese Catholics gradually and authentically pay homage to Our Lady of La Vang, and they are making effort to maintain a Vietnamese tradition of Marian devotion, a classic and different ‘version’

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    Santeria, Voodoo, the Cult of the Virgin of Guadalupe, and Rastafari all embody syncretism of Christian influence and traditional Indigenous beliefs of their followers. While the religions all express their syncretism in various manners, all regularly conduct rituals that deviate from traditional Christianity. These rituals exemplify the influence of the native cultures on these religions, and maintain the importance of tradition culture with the necessity of practicing Christianity during colonial

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    Experiencing the Known

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    There are more Latinos in America than any other ethnic groups (Piar/Stone, xiii). As we experience in our daily lives, there are Latino people most of the places we go to. The major Latino groups in the United States are respectively from Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba (Piar/Stone, xiii). Their main religion is Roman Catholicism (Piar/Stone, xiii). Latinos in our today’s community are not seen as white, and still do look like an outsider in America because most of them are new generation immigrants

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    until you walk in their shoes.” I have been told this numerous times from a variety of people in my life. However, I never truly made sense of what they were saying until recently when I attended a Mass that was dedicated to the feast of the Virgin Guadalupe. Because this is a celebration of the Mexican Catholic community, the entire Mass was proclaimed in Spanish. I found this to be an interesting and eye-opening experience for me. When we arrived at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, we were surrounded by

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    Chicana’s influential stories that control gender roles. The stories frequently display the influences of colonization. The Chicanas/o’s have ben colonized by the Spanish in the sixteenth century and in 1848 by the United States when the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was set forth. This consensus relinquished most of the Southwest to the United States with assurance that the Mexicans who were residing in these territories would be promised ... ... middle of paper ... ...ros does the same thing in

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