Our Lady of Guadalupe The Virgin of Guadalupe was first seen by a peasant named Juan Diego one of the first Mexican converts to Christianity in Just ten years after the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan fell to Cortes a

  • Title: Our Lady of Guadalupe
  • Author: Francisco Serrano
  • ISBN: 9780888993359
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Virgin of Guadalupe was first seen by a peasant named Juan Diego, one of the first Mexican converts to Christianity, in 1531 Just ten years after the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan fell to Cortes and his Conquistadors, Diego was crossing Tepeyac hill, formerly the site of an Aztec temple, when he was halted by a blinding light and the viraculous vision of a beautiful dThe Virgin of Guadalupe was first seen by a peasant named Juan Diego, one of the first Mexican converts to Christianity, in 1531 Just ten years after the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan fell to Cortes and his Conquistadors, Diego was crossing Tepeyac hill, formerly the site of an Aztec temple, when he was halted by a blinding light and the viraculous vision of a beautiful dark skinned woman who declared herself to be the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ She asked him to persuade the Bishop of Mexico to build a church there When the incredulous bishop wanted proof, she made roses grow on a hillside in December, cured Diego s uncle, and, finally, presented Diego with an image of herself, miraculously imprinted on his cloak That cloak now hangs behind the altar of the Basilica of Guadalupe on Tepeyac, which stands to this day as one of the great pilgrimage sites in the Americas.

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    1. Francisco Serrano

      Naci en la Ciudad de M xico el 27 de junio de 1949 Poeta Curs estudios de Ciencias Pol ticas, Filosof a y Cine en la unam y de Literatura Francesa en la Universidad de la Sorbona en Par s Becario del cme, 1973 1974 Durante varios a os trabaj en la administraci n p blica cultural de M xico Ha sido coordinador de publicaciones de la dgp de la sep, 1981 1982 director de Relaciones Internacionales 1983 1985 y director de la revista M xico en el Arte del inba coordinador de asesores de la Subsecretar a de Cooperaci n Internacional de la sre, 1991 1992 y del inah, 1992 1993 Colaborador de Casa del Tiempo, Di logos, El Nacional, El Semanario Cultural, Guchachi Reza, La Jornada Semanal, La Letra y la Imagen, M xico en el Arte, Nexos, Pauta, Plural, Revista de Bellas Artes, Revista Universidad de M xico, S bado, y Vuelta Sus obras en colaboraci n con compositores incluyen La rosa de Ariadna, libreto de pera sobre el poema hom nimo, con Gualtero Dazzi, 1995 Orpheus in Underland, libreto para comedia musical en cinco lenguas par dicas, con Aldo Brizzi, 1997 En susurros los muertos, libreto para una tragedia musical, con Gualtiero Dazz, 1998.

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    1. A real experience of magical realism, anyone? This actually is a true story of what happened to me some years back in Tijuana, Mexico. Some time following, I wrote this poem:THE VISIONIt happened in TijuanaWhen I took the train down from San DiegoOn the day off from my publishing meeting.It was a cold, winter day and I wore only a light sweater.After an hour of walking the narrow streets of TijuanaWhere vendors sold everything to tourists,From leather jackets, peanuts and piñatas, To ladies jew [...]




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