Our Lady Of Guadaloupe

Hillary Clinton recently visited the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadaloupe in Mexico City. Upon seeing the original "paintng" she asked the question that came to my mind. Who painted it? The answer, "God". There is a mystery surrounding that image. It was supposedly imprinted upon the cloak of one of the childern whom the Virgin Mary appeared to. A peasant (later beatified by Rome) named Juan Diego.

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