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Old Aug 12, '04, 6:48 pm
RomanRyan1088 RomanRyan1088 is offline
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Default La Virgen de San Juan? The Virgen of San Juan?

Does anyone know where i can find information of "La Virgen de San Juan", or "The virgen of San Juan", i think it was another Marian appearance, many in the Hispanic Community have a Great devotion to her, so does anyone know her story?
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Old Aug 12, '04, 7:51 pm
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Default Re: La Virgen de San Juan? The Virgen of San Juan?

here's a little info, hope it helps!


http://kalarte.com/mexicopix/sanjuan/sanjuan.html

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Old Aug 14, '04, 9:51 am
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Default Re: La Virgen de San Juan? The Virgen of San Juan?

here in the Rio Grande Valley, San Juan TX, we have a beautiful basilica just designated a national shrine dedicated to La Virgen de San Juan del Valle. The original is La Virgen de San Juan de los Lagos in Mexico. the website listed has the info. She is a tiny image, dressed in ornate robes according to the liturgical season, looks like an older Indian woman you see in southern Mexico, venerated especially by those who pray to her for healing. there are several shrines to her around Mexico and in other Hispanic areas. She is a loving mother who wishes to lift her children up to her son.
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