The Significance of Our Lady of Guadalupe is Greater Than Ever

Our Lady of Guadalupe Mural with candles

Michael Lovette-Colyer, assistant vice president of Mission and Ministry at the University of San Diego, recently wrote an editorial for the San Diego Union-Tribune on the signficance of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and why the feast event is more important than ever in these challenging times.

 

"The three most important religious celebrations in Central and South American — particularly Mexico and parts of the borderlands of the United States — are Christmas, Easter and Dec. 12, the feast-day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Her appearance in the center of the American continents has contributed to the Virgin of Guadalupe being honored with the title “Patroness of the Americas.”

You can read the full article by clicking on the link below. — USD Digital Communications