Collection: Our Lady of Guadalupe With Frame Options

Our Lady of Guadalu­pe, also referred to as the “Guadalupina,” is an image mirac­u­lous­ly given by the Blessed Moth­er her­self. After appear­ing to St. Juan Diego, an Aztec con­vert, on Mt. Tepey­ac in Mex­i­co, Our Lady arranged ros­es on Juan’s tilma, or cloak.

When he arrived at the Bishop’s res­i­dence, he opened his tilma and the ros­es fell away, reveal­ing this beau­ti­ful image. This image is copyright © Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the B.V.M. Used with permission.

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