Hundreds of Mexican Catholics took part Tuesday in the annual pilgrimage ceremony in honor of Guada Lope's Virgin, or what they called "the Catholic patron of Mexico."
Some participants made statues of the Virgin, her lover and the tent-mats next to the statues to celebrate the pilgrimage season of the Virgin, during the march to her 16th-century mausoleum, also known as the Virgin of Guada Lope.
December 12 is a day of celebration and celebration in Mexico, where it is said that the picture also appeared for St. Joan of Diego on the hill of Tebiac near Mexico between December 9 and 12, 1531.
The Virgin of Guada Lope is a symbol of great importance to the Mexican Catholics, where the Virgin Mary in this attribute has been named the "patron of the Americas." The church of Mrs. Guadalupe in Mexico is the second most sacred Catholic shrine in the world.
Guadalupe's virgin has also become a symbol of the Mexican nation since the Mexican war of independence. The armies of Miguel Hidalgo, Emiliano Zapata and Deputy Commander Marcos all marched under banners bearing the image of the Virgin. Guadalupe's virgin is generally a symbol of all Catholic Mexicans. Finished