"Everyone who belongs to the Truth hears my voice…" (John 18:37)

Tag: St. Juan Diego

“Have you seen her?” Apparitions of Mary – Part I

The convent of the Daughters of Charity at Rue du Bac, 140 in Paris was darkened the night of July 18th, 1830, when suddenly one of the postulants was awakened by a child’s voice. “Sister, Sister, Sister Catherine!” the voice called. The young woman sat up, rubbed her eyes, and pushed aside the net curtain… Read More ›

Does Mary Speak My Language?

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12th) Chances are, if you don’t speak Spanish or if you’re not of Mexican heritage, you may think that Our Lady of Guadalupe and her corresponding feast day have little to do with you.  But you couldn’t be more wrong.  Mary, in whatever guise she may choose to… Read More ›

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

December 12 – FEAST OF OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE The feast in honour of Our Lady of Guadalupe is celebrated each year on December 12th.  Early on the morning of December 9th, 1531, a Native American peasant, Juan Diego, was walking on Tepeyac Hill (in the northern part of the present day Mexico City) when… Read More ›