Experience the drama as the greatest evangelist the world has ever known receives his mission from Our Lady. St. Juan Diego was a simple native who walked to mass every day in the shadow of the abominable human sacrifices perpetuated by the Aztecs. It was to this man that Our Lady appeared to requesting the building of a great church and as a sign for the local Bishop she gave him some beautiful Castilian to wrap in his apron. When he delivered the roses to the Bishop the Miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalup appeared on his apron. In the years following nearly 10 million souls were baptized from the witness that St. Juan Diego gave to the miracle of Our Lady and the saving power of Jesus.
Now you can hang this lovely poster in your home and show your devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego.
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Due to how Etsy charges for listings, all of my poster sizes are placed in the same listing for one image (these are called variants). Etsy does not allow multiple shipping prices for variants. This is why 8 x 10's are priced at .25 cents (my cost to ship) and ship at the same price as the other posters which is $5.00 (the actual price of the 8 x 10's)
Jan 5, 2020
Really beautiful, feel warm and fuzzy every time I look at it. Thank you!
Apr 10, 2018
Thank you for bringing different views of our favorite faith stories. Really good depiction we don’t often get to see,
Apr 6, 2018