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Jackie wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Based on Catholic beliefs, what does each item that Our Lady of Guadalupe is wearing represent?

Jackie

  { Based on Catholic beliefs, what does each item that Our Lady of Guadalupe is wearing represent? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Jackie —

You said:
Based on Catholic beliefs, what does each item that Our Lady of Guadalupe is wearing represent?

There is no doctrinal relationship between the items that were miraculously imprinted on the fabric of her tilma and Catholic teachings. One can only speculate on each item that was imprinted.

This site will give you an idea of what many believe the image and items represent:

You may be able to find more information from the rest of their site or in this Wiki article on

Our Lady of Guadalupe.

That's the best I can do; maybe one of my colleagues can add more.

Mike

Richard replied:

Hi, Jackie —

The article I translated here has a description of the features of the tilma, on page 10:

— RC

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