Guadalupe We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Guadalupe.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe (Francisco Serrano) - Our Lady of Guadalupe is the most important religious icon in the Americas. This lavish pop-up tells her story and that of Juan Diego, the humble Mexican peasant to whom she appeared on a hill in Tepeyac. The Virgin tells Juan Diego that Tepeyac is the place where she would like her sacred house built, that she will love and help all who seek her there, and that he must relay this to the bishop. At first Juan Diego is not believed, and the bishop asks that he return with proof. Vivid pop-ups convey the anticipation when the Virgin tells him to fill his cloak with flowers and the thrill as Juan Diego presents the flowers to the bishop, revealing a beautiful image of the Virgin on his cloak. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Coloring Book (Mary Fabyan Windeatt) - One day in December of 1531, as the 55-year-old Mexican Indian Juan Diego struggled along on his way to Mass, he noticed an unearthly cloud up on Tepeyac Hill. Coming closer, he saw a beautiful lady. She spoke to Juan, telling him she was the Blessed Virgin Mary and asking for a church where she could show forth her love and mercy. She asked Juan to deliver this message to the Bishop. When Juan arrived at the Bishop's palace, the Bishop did not believe his story. The servants there were even rude to him. But Our Lady came again and gave Juan some beautiful roses - in December! - as proof for the Bishop that she had really come. But when Juan opened up his cloak to show the roses to the Bishop, the amazed Bishop stared at the inside of the garment: painted upon it was a beautiful picture of the Mother of God! Juan too was amazed. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Talking Eagle and the Lady of Roses: Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe (Eugene Gollo - Long ago, in a small village in old Mexico, a baby boy was born. A child of the Great Eagle Clan, he was named Talking Eagle, Cuahuhtitlan, in the language of his people, the Aztec Nahuas. He was a kind boy and a dreamer of visions, and like the eagle, he could rise above and see things that others could not. He loved to wander alone among the hills, and was always the first to greet the dawn, to find the newborn fawn in its secret resting place and gather the wild and glorious roses of Castilla that dotted the hillsides near his village. Many years before, from the faraway land of Spain, men in long robes, who called themselves Brothers of St. Francis, came to the land of the Nahuas. They brought with them the lovely roses of Castilla, and they told wondrous stories of the Son of the Great Creator, the one they called the Lamb. The holy stories etched deep and vivid pictures in Talking Eagle's mind. Talking Eagle became a faithful follower, and received a new name that would mark his place in the flock of the Lamb...Talking Eagle became Juan Diego. This is the traditional story, told simply and elegantly, of how Juan Diego meets the beautiful Lady on a windswept hilltop in December and carries her message to the disbelieving bishop. The Lady fills Juan's cloak with full-blooming roses and impresses her image on its fibers as a sign for the bishop to fulfill her request of building a house of prayers. The story tells of how, over many years, countless hands built the great church dedicated to the Lady of Roses, Nuestra Senora Guadalupe on the hill of Tepeyac. And it stands there still, as a center of prayer, healing, and hope for all of Our Lady's precious children of the Earth. Everyone will enjoy the story of Talking Eagle and the Lady of Roses and the wild and glorious illustrations of award-winning, Taos, New Mexico, artist Amy Cordova. Also included is an informative afterword by Gene Gollogly. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Guadalupe - Guadalupe Victoria (first President of Mexico); María Guadalupe Jones Garay (best known as Lupita Jones, Mexican businesswoman, beauty queen and former Miss Universe)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Guadalupe - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Guadalupe.
Guadalupe - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Guadalupe.