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Mexicans Celebrate Virgin of Guadalupe

Mexicans Celebrate Virgin of Guadalupe

Dec. 12, 2013 - New York, New York, US - An Antorcha Guadalupana runner takes a selfie with a statue of the virgin after it being blessed at.St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City, the final destination in a 2,700-mile, 87-day relay run that started in the south-central Puebla, Mexico and marks the highest religious holiday for millions of Catholic Mexicans at home and abroad. December 12 is the annual celebration of the day in 1531 that the Virgin of Guadalupe--considered the mother of Jesus Christ by Mexican Catholics--appeared to Saint Juan Diego, opening the door for Catholicism to spread across Mexico. (Credit Image: © Miguel Juarez Lugo)
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