Tag Archives: Saint Juan Diego
In preparation for the great feast day of Our Lady on December 12, CNA has a brief recap here of the Aztec saint’s encounter with “the true Mother of God” on December 9, 1531.
A few weeks ago, the Philosopher made another one of his unpredictable appearances on our website suggesting a proper prayer for those who doubt the existence of certain canonized saints. In this case it was the co-founder of the Trinitarian Order, Saint Felix of Valois. But, one can easily substitute any saint’s name in this oration, so long as the saint-who-never-was has an ample amount … More →
This is a must read. The first ever Marian Congress dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe just ended in Phoenix, Arizona. I will post more about it when I find more information. This testimony is not the only one from a scientist admitting the miraculous nature of the Virgin Mother Mary’s image, but it is clear and concise and readily available to share with those … More →