Our Lady of Guadalupe love

Our Lady of Guadalupe

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  • In our culture, the Virgin Mary is Our Lady of Guadalupe—a revered Catholic icon.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Just like Nanny used to stand before Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Fallin’ Up

  • I decided to make the detour to Our Lady of Guadalupe for a fast prayer.

    Brooklyn Story

  • I took a familiar detour to Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Brooklyn Story

  • The building on Seventy-third Street was indistinguishable from the dozen others it was connected to on the long block, save for the fire escape that was affixed to the front of the structure instead of the rear and its arched entrance that reminded me of the stained-glass windows at Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Gothic towers of the Brooklyn Bridge.

    Brooklyn Story

  • The hope I felt then reminded me of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Brooklyn Story

  • As I recalled those words on a lazy summer afternoon with Janice, I decided the path to my new life would go through Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Brooklyn Story

  • After I left Janice, there was still time before dinner that I had planned to have at home, so I detoured to Our Lady of Guadalupe.

    Brooklyn Story

  • His neighborhood church, Our Lady of Guadalupe, which I visited for the first time after months of seeing happy people leaving it as I walked home from school, was as constant a presence and as sturdy as my grandma, and was a haven from the confusing, turbulent, and sometimes harsh world I lived in.

    Brooklyn Story

  • Our Lady of Good Help attracts far fewer visitors than international Marian shrines such as France's Lourdes, which draws 5 million a year, or Mexico's Our Lady of Guadalupe, which has double that.

    Faithful trek to Wisconsin shrine

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