El director y presentador de Noticias Fin de Semana, Juan Diego Guerrero, ha querido recordar a todas las víctimas del 11M con unas emotivas palabras en el 19º aniversario de los atentados que cambiaron nuestro país.
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Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki
Feel God saying- 'that thorn in your side (that job, that illness, that person),is to bring you closer to Me,to lock you inside of Me, inside of My Love,inside of My Healing, inside of My Will, so that you'll stop leaving. Don't let the appearance of this world make you forget that you're in Me. That I'm all around you. Just listen,when the noise becomes too much,listen for Me. When you listen to sound, the very listening is Me.The Silence and Sound are not separate.The Formless and Form are not separate.I Am not separate from you.Surrender.Soften. Relax into Me-- the fulfillment of your greatest Desire.' I Love you, Niknikki@curlynikki.comPlease help me keep the show ad free + Get Merch!▶▶https://www.patreon.com/goodmornings________________________________Today's Quotes:"Whatever we put our attention on will grow stronger in our lives. Put your attention on the highest."-Maharishi Mahesh Yogi "I am love; if you come close to me, something will start dancing in your heart. Allow it."-Osho "Am I not here? I who am your Mother? Are you not under my shadow and protection? Am I t the source of your Joy? Are you not in the hollow of my mantle, in the crossing of my arms? Do you need something more? Let nothing else worry you, disturb you."-Virgin of Guadalupe to Juan Diego, December 12, 1531-From the Original Nican Mopohua recorded by Antonio Valeriano."Jesus is the beginning, the means and the end of all desires.As I was concerned about the state of my soul, all of a sudden my adorable Jesus came and told me:"My daughter, do not be concerned, for I alone am the beginning, the means and the end of all your desires." With these words I calmed myself in Jesus. May everything be for the glory of God, and may His Holy Name be blessed."-Luisa Piccarreta, Book of Heaven "The path is simple: organize your heart around love and your mind around truth. This how we live a divine life."-Isha Das "When you listen to soundthe very listening is thesilence. Silence and soundare not separate."-J Krishnamurti "If it's from God, it'll come with His Peace."-IG @faithfulfootprints"It is by God's Grace that we think of God."-Ramana Maharshi "Do not fear anything; nothing will happen to you against My Will."-Jesus to St. Faustina in Her Dairy "Three times I pleaded with the Lord to take it away from me. 9 But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ's power may rest on me. 10 That is why, for Christ's sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong."-2 Corinthians 12 Support the show
Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! El Mitsubishi T-74 fue el MBT japonés en el último tramo de la Guerra Fría. Con características que le situaban en la misma liga que el M-60, nunca vio combate, pero fue el tanque que aparece en decenas de películas y animé japoneses. Te lo cuenta 🗡️ Juan Diego, 👩🎨 María Vázquez, 📐 Félix Lancho y 🦕 Antonio Gómez Esto es Carros-10, un programa de Casus Belli Podcast. Casus Belli Podcast forma parte de 📀 Ivoox Originals. Casus Belli Podcast pertenece a 🏭 Factoría Casus Belli. 👉https://podcastcasusbelli.com 👉En Facebook, nuestra página es @casusbellipodcast https://www.facebook.com/CasusBelliPodcast 👉En Instagram estamos como @casusbellipodcast https://www.instagram.com/casusbellipodcast 👉En Twitter estamos como @casusbellipod @CasusBelliPod 👉Telegram, nuestro canal es @casusbellipodcast https://t.me/casusbellipodcast 👨💻Nuestro chat del canal es https://t.me/aviones10 ⚛️ El logotipo de Carros 10 y de la Factoría Casus Belli están diseñados por Publicidad Fabián email@example.com 📧¿Queréis contarnos algo? También puedes escribirnos a firstname.lastname@example.org Si te ha gustado, y crees que nos lo merecemos, nos sirve mucho que nos des un like, ya que nos da mucha visibilidad. Muchas gracias por escucharnos, y hasta la próxima. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
La Voz de Jesús con Mons. Roberto Sipols
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Damon gets to talk to Juan Diego about his different musical paths, harmony, teachers, his various projects and some other adventures. There are also other segments like an educational spotlight, music news, and more!
THE EARLY DATING AND AUTHORSHIP OF THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS: If you find that the swoon theory is not a “far fetched” theory, why don't you promote it more than say mythicism, docetism, etc.? Do you think in an earlier version Cain's murder of Abel was actually a human sacrifice? On a recent episode you mentioned Elijah originally being a sun god. Is there any archeological evidence of this? I know you wonder whether Joseph of Arimathea is fictive, put in to fulfill a prophecy in Isaiah. Could it be that buried-in-a-tomb is also a plot device? On the one hand there is the "All things are all lawful unto me," there is no sin since we are not under the Law. On the other hand, Paul repeatedly recites a list of behaviors (largely sexual behaviors) that will exclude one from eternal life. My question to you, "How do you reconcile these two things?" My understanding is that James the Just is generally considered a minor disciple if not actually not a disciple at all. If that is the case, then how could he have become the head of the Church and the Twelve? Could Jesus - who was wholly human and “holy" divine - ever become ill? The “miracle” of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the story of Juan Diego has numerous parallels with Christian origins, mainly in the form of its "evidences" being thoroughly debunked. Are there other such cases? Why the emphasis on a "sister as wife"? (1 Cor. 9:5) Were other early apostles in the habit of taking unbelieving ones? Leading to the practice being frowned upon?
¿En qué iban pensando los pasajeros a bordo del Onda Express? Juan Diego Guerrero comparte sus recuerdos y anécdotas para recibir al Año Nuevo en Onda Cero.
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Busted Halo Show w/Fr. Dave Dwyer
Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Father Dave discusses the amazing events surrounding today's feast day, and the image imprinted on Juan Diego's tilma. The saint sees Mary as his mother, and Father Dave explains how we are called to recognize her in that same way today. Preached at St. Paul the Apostle Church, New York City on 12-12-22
El 12 de diciembre se celebra el cumpleaños de la Virgen de Guadalupe. Cada año, la Ciudad de México recibe a más de 10 millones de peregrinos que la visitan en su casa, la Basílica de Guadalupe. Se mueven en camión, en coche, en bicicleta, andando, en motocicleta, con veladoras y una antorcha encendida, desde todo el país, para celebrar a la virgen mexicana. Rosana Díaz vive en los alrededores de la basílica, pero nunca había ido a festejarla. Al contrario, siempre había huido de los mares de gente que llegaba. Este año convivió y platicó con varios peregrinos que acamparon por días en las calles o en la Casa del Peregrino. Le contaron cómo es su viaje, cómo se preparan por meses, los sacrificios que hacen. También le hablaron de su fe, de lo que le piden a la Virgen y de las promesas que le han hecho.
CONOZCA PRIMERO SU FE CATOLICA
Recordamos a la Virgen del Tepeyac cuando le dijo a Juan Diego, “hijo, ¿dónde vas?” Esa misma pregunta nos deberíamos de hacer, ¿para dónde vamos? El Padre Pedro nos pide que hagamos un espacio en el corazón para volver a sentir las dulces palabras de aliento de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe: “No se entristezca tu corazón… ¿Acaso no estoy yo aquí, que soy tu Madre?”. ¡Cuánto consuelo encontramos en ellas! Además responde a las preguntas llegadas al programa vía telefónica, el correo electrónico (email@example.com) y Facebook (www.facebook.com/ppedronunez).
Dr. Tom Curran and Fr. Jeff Lewis discuss the best Advent ever, eliminating distractions and good books to read on prayer and fasting. Fr. Jeff Lewis shares insights on St. Juan Diego and the Marian Apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Host Johnnette Williams shares the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She explains the symbols that are on St. Juan Diego's tilma and why this is important to America.
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Pope Francis said Sunday he is concerned about recent deadly clashes in the northern part of South Sudan. “I follow with sorrow and concern the news from South Sudan about the violent clashes of the past few days,” he said December 11 at the end his Sunday Angelus message. Pope Francis is scheduled to travel to South Sudan's capital city, Juba, in just under eight weeks. “Let us pray to the Lord for peace and national reconciliation, so that the attacks may cease and that civilians may always be respected,” Francis said Sunday, after violence broke out in South Sudan's Upper Nile state, in the northeastern part of the country, last week. United Nations agencies said more than 9,000 people were displaced in the clashes, and an unknown number of people were killed. The pope's journey to South Sudan will follow a three-day visit to the city of Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253048/pope-francis-concerned-about-deadly-clashes-in-south-sudan Every effort for peace in Ukraine coming from Pope Francis and the Holy See is welcome, Ukraine's Foreign Minister said Friday, but he also said the time for broad negotiations after the Russian aggression has not come yet. Though appreciating Pope Francis' constant mention of the Ukrainian situation and expressing an open invitation to the pope to visit the country, Kuleba also said that some of the pope's words have been “painful” for Ukrainians. Pope Francis has often stressed that the Holy See is available to facilitate broad negotiations. Ukraine's Foreign Minister said that because of continued aggression from Russian, “the day for a big mediation will come, but we are not there yet, to our deepest regret.” https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253045/ukraine-foreign-minister-welcomes-pope-francis-vatican-holy-see-offer-of-peace-negotiations-with-russia-but-time-for-it-has-not-come-yet The Biden administration may not force Catholic organizations and medical professionals to perform gender-transition surgeries or provide insurance coverage for them, the US Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has said in a December 9 ruling that cited religious freedom grounds. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253044/biden-s-transgender-mandate-suffers-second-big-loss-in-appellate-court A federal court this week issued an order restoring fertility awareness-based family planning methods, a form of natural family planning, to health insurance plans nationwide under the Affordable Care Act. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253035/federal-judge-allows-for-coverage-of-fertility-awareness-methods-under-health-insurance Today, the Church celebrates Our Lady of Guadalupe. In the 1530s, a Native man named Juan Diego, at Mary's direction, found roses growing on a hill near Mexico City, even though it was winter. He gathered them into his cloak, or tilma. When he unfurled the cloak in the presence of the bishop to show him the roses, a miraculous image of Mary was on the tilma. It wasn't until the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared that the native people began to accept Christianity on a large scale. Today, the image forms an inextricable part of the history of Mexico, and facilitated the evangelization of an entire people. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/our-lady-of-guadalupe-82
Host Johnnette Williams shares the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She explains the symbols that are on St. Juan Diego's tilma and why this is important to America.
Friends of the Rosary: Today, we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. On December 9, 1531, the Blessed Mother appeared, in her glorified body, to a poor Indian convert named Juan Diego in Tepeyac, a hill of Mexico City. The Mother of God left a marvelous portrait of herself on the mantle — the tilma— of Juan Diego as a sign for the bishop. The tilma has proved to be ageless, showing no sign of decay after over 470 years. To this day it defies all scientific explanations of its origin. This miraculous image is kept in the shrine built in her honor, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1910, Our Lady of Guadalupe was declared the Patroness of Latin America. In 1945 Pope Pius XII declared Her to be the Empress of all the Americas. An incredible list of miracles, cures, and interventions is attributed to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Each year an estimated 10 million people visit her Basilica, making her Mexico City home the most popular Marian shrine in the world, and the most visited Catholic church in the world after Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! Our Lady of Guadalupe, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • December 12, 2021, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD
Entre chispas y fuegos artificiales el pueblo rendía homenaje a la Virgen de Guadalupe. Es el día de la patrona de América aparecida a Juan Diego en el Cerro del Tepeyac. ECDQEMSD podcast episodio 5411 Fiesta En El Pueblo Conducen: El Pirata y El Sr. Lagartija https://canaltrans.com Noticias Del Mundo: El agitado 2008 financiero - Entre el granadazo en Morelia y el Pulpo Paul - Juegos Olímpicos Beijing 2008 - La quiebra del Lehman Brothers - Cambio de Fidel por Raúl Castro - Los records de Usain Bolt - El Batman oscuro y el Joker de Heath Ledger . Historias Desintegradas: El castillo de fuego - La señora de los Tamales - Aburridos en Guanajuato - El cruce de los valientes - El público aplaudía de pie - Efecto distorsión - No fue exactamente como lo recordaba - Etapas migratorias - Extranjeros en Canadá - Frutas y verduras - En la fiesta patronal - Fan de las carreras - En la cancha de Racing - La emoción del Fútbol - Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe y más... https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2022/5411_fiesta_en_el_pueblo.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre Podcast no tiene publicidad, sponsors ni organizaciones que aporten para mantenerlo al aire. Solo el sistema cooperativo de los que aportan a través de las suscripciones hacen posible que todo esto siga siendo una realidad. Gracias Dragones Dorados: https://www.canaltrans.com/radio/suscripciones.html
Host Johnnette Williams share the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She explains the symbols that are on St. Juan Diego's tilma and why this is important to America.
Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Full Text of ReadingsFeast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Lectionary: 690AThe Saint of the day is Our Lady of GuadalupeThe Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe The feast in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe goes back to the 16th century. Chronicles of that period tell us the story. A poor Indian named Cuauhtlatohuac was baptized and given the name Juan Diego. He was a 57-year-old widower, and lived in a small village near Mexico City. On Saturday morning December 9, 1531, he was on his way to a nearby barrio to attend Mass in honor of Our Lady. Juan was walking by a hill called Tepeyac when he heard beautiful music like the warbling of birds. A radiant cloud appeared, and within it stood an Indian maiden dressed like an Aztec princess. The lady spoke to him in his own language and sent him to the bishop of Mexico, a Franciscan named Juan de Zumarraga. The bishop was to build a chapel in the place where the lady appeared. Eventually the bishop told Juan to have the lady give him a sign. About this same time Juan's uncle became seriously ill. This led poor Juan to try to avoid the lady. Nevertheless the lady found Juan, assured him that his uncle would recover, and provided roses for Juan to carry to the bishop in his cape or tilma. On December 12, when Juan Diego opened his tilma in the bishop's presence, the roses fell to the ground, and the bishop sank to his knees. On the tilma where the roses had been appeared an image of Mary exactly as she had appeared at the hill of Tepeyac. Reflection Mary's appearance to Juan Diego as one of his people is a powerful reminder that Mary—and the God who sent her—accept all peoples. In the context of the sometimes rude and cruel treatment of the Indians by the Spaniards, the apparition was a rebuke to the Spaniards and an event of vast significance for the indigenous population. While a number of them had converted before this incident, they now came in droves. According to a contemporary chronicler, nine million Indians became Catholic in a very short time. In these days when we hear so much about God's preferential option for the poor, Our Lady of Guadalupe cries out to us that God's love for and identification with the poor is an age-old truth that stems from the Gospel itself. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the Patron Saint of: The AmericasMexico Click here for more on Our Lady of Guadalupe! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Meditación en la fiesta de la Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe. Miramos a la Virgen para aprender de ella a vivir el tiempo de Adviento. Llama la atención que sale al encuentro de las personas que le necesitan. Nosotros hemos de hacer lo mismo, porque en ellas llega el Señor. La conmovedora historia de las apariciones de la Virgen a Juan Diego nos habla de confianza en Ella, precisamente a la hora de encontrar la Cruz, que es donde está Jesús.
Then the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. Behold, you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall name him Jesus.” Luke 1:30–31Today we celebrate five successive apparitions of our Blessed Mother to Juan Diego, who was an Indian convert to the faith. Early in the morning of December 9, 1531, Juan was traveling to the town of Tlatelolco where he intended to attend a catechism class and the holy Mass. However, on his way, as he passed by the Tepeyac Hill, he was gifted by the vision of a bright light and heavenly music. As he gazed upward with wonder and awe, he heard a beautiful voice calling him. As he moved toward the voice, he saw the glorious Mother of God standing in youthful appearance in heavenly splendor. She said to him, “I am your merciful Mother…” She further revealed to him that she wanted a church built on that spot and that Juan was to go and tell this to the Bishop of Mexico City.Juan did as our Lady asked, but the bishop was reluctant to believe. But once again, the Mother of God appeared to Juan and asked him to return to the bishop with her request. This time the bishop asked for a sign, and Juan reported this to the Mother of God. She said a sign would be provided, but Juan was prevented from receiving that sign, since he needed to attend to his sick uncle.However, after two days, on December 12, 1531, Juan was once again traveling to the church in Tlatelolco to ask the priest to come and attend to his dying uncle. But this time Juan had taken a different route so as to avoid delay from his heavenly visitor. But this time our Blessed Mother came to him and said, “It is well, littlest and dearest of my sons, but now listen to me. Do not let anything afflict you and be not afraid of illness or pain. Am I not here who am your Mother? Are you not under my shadow and protection? Are you not in the crossing of my arms? Is there anything else you need? Do not fear, for your uncle is not going to die. Be assured…he is already well.”As soon as Juan heard this from his heavenly visitor, he was overjoyed and asked for a sign to give to the bishop. The Mother of God directed him to the top of the hill where he would find many flowers that were in bloom completely out of season. Juan did as she said, and upon finding the flowers, he cut them and filled his outer cloak, his tilma, with them so he could bring them to the bishop as the sign requested.Juan then made his way back to Bishop Fray Juan de Zumarraga, the Bishop of Mexico City, to present him with the flowers. To the surprise of all, as he opened his tilma to pour forth the flowers, there appeared on his tilma the image of the very woman who had appeared to him. The image was not painted; rather, every thread of this simple and coarse cloak had changed color to create the beautiful image. That same day, our Blessed Mother had also appeared to Juan's uncle and miraculously cured him. Though these miraculous events have become embedded into the fabric of Mexican culture, the message is far more than cultural in significance. “I am your merciful mother,” she said! It is our Blessed Mother's deepest desire that all of us come to know her as our mother. She wants to walk with us through the joys and sorrows of life as any loving mother would. She wants to teach us, lead us and reveal to us the merciful love of her divine Son.Reflect, today, upon the miraculous actions of the Mother of God. But reflect, especially, upon her motherly love. Her love is a pure mercy, a gift of the deepest care and compassion. Her only desire is our holiness. Speak to her this day and invite her to come to you as your merciful mother.My most merciful mother, I love you and invite you to pour forth upon me your love. I turn to you, this day, in my need, and I trust that you will bring me the abundant grace of your Son, Jesus. Mother Mary, O Virgin of Guadalupe, pray for us who turn to you in our need. Saint Juan Diego, pray for us. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.
December 12: Our Lady of Guadalupe (U.S.A.) 1531 Feast; Liturgical Color: White Patroness of the Americas A miracle hangs, frozen in time, in Mexico City The humble Indian Juan Diego and his wife, Maria Lucia, had accepted baptism from the Franciscan missionaries laboring in Tenochtitlan (Mexico City), the greatest city of Spain's most impressive colony, the future Mexico. After his wife died in 1529, Juan moved to the home of his Christian uncle, Juan Bernardino, on the outskirts of Mexico City. On Saturday, December 9, 1531, Juan Diego arose very early to walk to Mass. It was a quiet, peaceful morning. As he walked by the base of a hill called Tepeyac, Juan heard the gentle singing of many birds. He looked up. On the top of the hill was a radiant white cloud encircling a beautiful young woman. Juan was confused. Was this a dream? Then the gentle, bird-like singing ceased, and the mysterious young woman spoke directly to him: “Juanito, Juan Dieguito!...I am the perfect and always Virgin Mary, Mother of the True God.” Mary went on to say many beautiful things to Juan, concluding with her desire that a church be built in her honor on that very hill of Tepeyac. The Virgin Mary, a faithful Catholic, placed herself under obedience to the local bishop. She would not build the shrine herself or work directly with the nearby faithful. She required the bishop's cooperation and support, and so told Juan, “...go now to the bishop in Mexico City and tell him that I am sending you to make known to him the great desire that I have to see a church dedicated to me built here.” There followed meetings with the good but incredulous Bishop Zumárraga, more brief apparitions, and more drama until matters culminated on Tuesday, December 12, 1531. Juan was waiting patiently in the Bishop's parlour for hours. The Bishop's aids wished he would just go away. But Juan carried a secret gift for the Bishop in his coarse poncho. It was stuffed full of fragrant Castilian roses. Juan had gathered them from Tepeyac despite the cold December weather. Mary had told Juan to present the roses to the Bishop as a sign. After a long wait, Juan was finally brought into the presence of His Excellency. He recounted his conversations with Mary and then proudly unfurled his poncho. The fresh and dewy roses fell gracefully to the floor. Juan was content. But there was a gift within the gift. There was more than gorgeous roses. Everyone in the room fell to their knees in wonder. Juan was the last to see it. A gentle image of the Virgin Mary was impressed on Juan's poncho. Could it be? Who could have possibly… It was a miracle! The Bishop immediately took possession of the poncho and placed it in his private chapel. Events now moved quickly. The miraculous image was put in the Cathedral. It was then brought in holy procession to a quickly built shrine on Tepeyac. Then there were more and more miracles. Then there were more and more pilgrims. Mary is the woman who, under the title of Our Lady of Guadalupe, spoke with Juan on the Hill of Tepeyac. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the woman whose image is impressed upon Juan's poncho. And it is that very same poncho which hangs to this day in the shrine built for and at the request of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. The miracle first unfurled in the Bishop's office in 1531 has been frozen in time. It is perpetually 1531 in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Everyone who gazes on the image stands in the shoes of Bishop Zumárraga. The image teems with mysterious symbols and meanings. The wholesale conversion of the tribes of old Mexico, a missionary effort that until 1531 had been a struggle, was directly attributable to Mary's miraculous intercession. It was the greatest and most rapid conversion of a people in the history of the Church. It is Mary to whom we turn on this feast. She made herself a humble, indigenous, local, expectant mother to bring a good but pagan people into the embrace of her Son and His Holy Church. She models the precious gift of life and the costs required to protect it from harm. Our Lady of Guadalupe, your miraculous image was made possible because of the humble cooperation of Saint Juan Diego. May our work in the mission fields of everyday life be as fruitful as your own. May we cooperate with you just as Juan did.
In this episode, Logos takes on the historical and miraculous events surrounding a series of apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Hill of Tepeyac in Mexico. It also reflects on the importance of motherhood, the credibility of the poor, the scientific evidence of the apparitions, and some of the Aztec people's history. These apparitions were not accepted at face value; however, they underwent scrutiny and doubt by the bishop Mary asked to carry out Her wish. Nevertheless, through a humble yet credible source, Juan Diego, these apparitions were proven by none other than Mary. These apparitions and "Tilma" motivate and guide the Americas, particularly North and Central America, to do this day. Many have encountered Our Lady of Guadalupe through Mexican-American friends or family, coffee mug stickers, or random shoulder tattoos; however, these same people are also unaware of its significance, history, and continued life. A history, meaning, and life that continues today! Enjoy this episode! If you like what you hear and support our project, Like, comment, subscribe, and share our stuff. Finally, consider checking out our social media platforms and giving to our project through Patreon!Website: logos-podcast.comYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCqauK7TPfOwe80B-ckOeelQSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3PCPWBvNcAbptX17PzlC2x?si=KYvG1NLjRii1a7Rvj5NQsQApple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/logos/id1560191231Patreon: http://patreon.com/logospodcastInstagram: @logos.podTIkTok: @logospodcastSources: - Maria of Guadalupe: Shaper of History, Shaper of Hearts by Paul Badde- The Wonder of Guadalupe: The Origin and Cult of the Miraculous Image of the Blessed Virgin in Mexico by Francis Johnston- Guadalupe: A River of Light: The Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe From the First Century to Our Days by Carlos Caso-Rosendi- https://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07043a.htmSupport the show
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Full Text of ReadingsSaturday of the Second Week of Advent Lectionary: 186The Saint of the day is Saint Juan DiegoSaint Juan Diego’s Story Thousands of people gathered in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe July 31, 2002, for the canonization of Juan Diego, to whom the Blessed Mother appeared in the 16th century. Pope John Paul II celebrated the ceremony at which the poor Indian peasant became the Church's first saint indigenous to the Americas. The Holy Father called the new saint “a simple, humble Indian” who accepted Christianity without giving up his identity as an Indian. “In praising the Indian Juan Diego, I want to express to all of you the closeness of the Church and the pope, embracing you with love and encouraging you to overcome with hope the difficult times you are going through,” John Paul said. Among the thousands present for the event were members of Mexico's 64 indigenous groups. First called Cuauhtlatohuac (“The eagle who speaks”), Juan Diego's name is forever linked with Our Lady of Guadalupe because it was to him that she first appeared at Tepeyac hill on December 9, 1531. The most famous part of his story is told in connection with the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12. After the roses gathered in his tilma were transformed into the miraculous image of Our Lady, however, little more is said about Juan Diego. In time he lived near the shrine constructed at Tepeyac, revered as a holy, unselfish, and compassionate catechist, who taught by word and especially by example. During his 1990 pastoral visit to Mexico, Pope John Paul II confirmed the long-standing liturgical cult in honor of Juan Diego, beatifying him. Twelve years later the same pope proclaimed him a saint. Reflection God counted on Juan Diego to play a humble, yet huge role in bringing the Good News to the peoples of Mexico. Overcoming his own fear and the doubts of Bishop Juan de Zumarraga, Juan Diego cooperated with God's grace in showing his people that the Good News of Jesus is for everyone. Pope John Paul II used the occasion of Juan Diego’s beatification to urge Mexican lay people to assume their responsibilities for passing on the Good News and witnessing to it. Click here for more on Saint Juan Diego! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
The fest of Our Lady of Guadalupe is December 12th! Journey back to the 1500's with Nathanael Rea and learn about our Lady's encounter with Juan Diego and the powerful significance of her tilma. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the patroness of the Americas. See her image here: https://olg.cc/about/about-our-patroness/our-ladys-image-on-the-tilma
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TGIF once again everyone and there is still much to talk about and discuss with Advent and Christmas going on. The Two Tony's share more on what is going on for Advent and Christmas this year, not only in the world, but also Saint Stans. They also share all the rough things that are going on in the world, for instance…how a lot of hospitals are fully stocked with patients, with various illnesses, not just Covid-19. They also discuss two important days during this season: Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe and Juan Diego. https://ststanschurch.org/
Friday of the Second Week of Advent Optional Memorial of St. Juan Diego, 1474-1548; forever linked with Our Lady of Guadalupe, for it was to him that she appeared; he later lived near the shrine constructed at Mount Tepeyac, revered as a holy, unselfish, compassionate catechist Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for 12/9/22 Gospel: Matthew 11:16-19
9 DE DICIEMBRE - SAN JUAN DIEGO, LAICO VIDENTE DE LA VIRGEN DE GUADALUPE
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Please visit the Discerning Hearts Our Lady of Guadalupe page for the text and audio for the remaining days. Day Seven Mystical Rose, your miraculous signs of Castilian roses in winter and your image on the tilma of Juan Diego led to the conversion of eight million Aztec people to Catholicism in just seven years. ... Read more The post Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe Day 7 – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
Welcome to The Saint of the Day Podcast, a service of Good Catholic and The Catholic Company. Today's featured saint is St. Juan Diego. If you like what you heard, share this podcast with someone you know, and make sure to subscribe!
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Johnnette share the story of Juan Diego, whose feast day it is. She share how Juan Diego came to Bishop Zumarraga's house with his tilma full of roses. The bishop saw not only the beautiful flowers but also the beautiful image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. She reads from Jeremiah 29 " When you search for me, you will find me. When you seek me with all your heart ..I will allow you to discover me," God wants the best for us.
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Full Text of ReadingsFriday of the Second Week of Advent Lectionary: 185All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Juan DiegoSaint Juan Diego’s Story Thousands of people gathered in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe July 31, 2002, for the canonization of Juan Diego, to whom the Blessed Mother appeared in the 16th century. Pope John Paul II celebrated the ceremony at which the poor Indian peasant became the Church's first saint indigenous to the Americas. The Holy Father called the new saint “a simple, humble Indian” who accepted Christianity without giving up his identity as an Indian. “In praising the Indian Juan Diego, I want to express to all of you the closeness of the Church and the pope, embracing you with love and encouraging you to overcome with hope the difficult times you are going through,” John Paul said. Among the thousands present for the event were members of Mexico's 64 indigenous groups. First called Cuauhtlatohuac (“The eagle who speaks”), Juan Diego's name is forever linked with Our Lady of Guadalupe because it was to him that she first appeared at Tepeyac hill on December 9, 1531. The most famous part of his story is told in connection with the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December 12. After the roses gathered in his tilma were transformed into the miraculous image of Our Lady, however, little more is said about Juan Diego. In time he lived near the shrine constructed at Tepeyac, revered as a holy, unselfish, and compassionate catechist, who taught by word and especially by example. During his 1990 pastoral visit to Mexico, Pope John Paul II confirmed the long-standing liturgical cult in honor of Juan Diego, beatifying him. Twelve years later the same pope proclaimed him a saint. Reflection God counted on Juan Diego to play a humble, yet huge role in bringing the Good News to the peoples of Mexico. Overcoming his own fear and the doubts of Bishop Juan de Zumarraga, Juan Diego cooperated with God's grace in showing his people that the Good News of Jesus is for everyone. Pope John Paul II used the occasion of Juan Diego’s beatification to urge Mexican lay people to assume their responsibilities for passing on the Good News and witnessing to it. Click here for more on Saint Juan Diego! Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media
Johnnette share the story of Juan Diego, whose feast day it is. She share how Juan Diego came to Bishop Zumarraga's house with his tilma full of roses.
Friends of the Rosary: Today we remember Juan Diego, the Mexican saint who received a visit from Our Lady of Guadalupe in Cuautlitlán, today part of Mexico City. When he was 50 years old he was baptized by a Franciscan priest, Fr. Peter da Gand, one of the first Franciscan missionaries. On December 9, 1531, when Juan Diego was on his way to morning Mass, the Blessed Mother appeared to him. Our Lady asked him to go to the Bishop and to request in her name that a shrine be built at Tepeyac, where she promised to pour out her grace upon those who invoked her. The Bishop, who did not believe Juan Diego, asked for a sign to prove that the apparition was true. On December 12, Juan Diego returned to Tepeyac. Here, the Blessed Mother told him to climb the hill and pick the flowers that he would find in bloom. He obeyed, and although it was wintertime, he found roses blooming. He gathered the flowers and took them to Our Lady who carefully placed them on his mantle and told him to take them to the Bishop as "proof". When he opened his mantle, the flowers fell on the ground and there remained impressed, in place of the flowers, an image of the Blessed Mother, the apparition at Tepeyac. Juan Diego lived the rest of his life as a hermit in a small hut near the chapel where the miraculous image was placed for veneration. Here he cared for the church and the first pilgrims who came to pray to the Mother of Jesus. Much deeper than the exterior grace of having been chosen as Our Lady's messenger, Juan Diego received the grace of interior enlightenment and from that moment, he began a life dedicated to prayer and the practice of virtue and boundless love of God and neighbor. He died in 1548 and was buried in the first chapel dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe. He was beatified on May 6, 1990, by Pope John Paul II in the Basilica of Santa Maria di Guadalupe, Mexico City. The miraculous image, which is preserved in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, shows a woman with native features and dress. Ave Maria! Jesus, I Trust In You! St. Juan Diego, Pray for Us! + Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York • December 9, 2021, Today's Rosary on YouTube | Daily broadcast at 7:30 pm ET
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12/9/22 7am CT Hour John and Sarah chat about the 1,000 episode of Family Rosary Across America. Mary explains why Our Lady of Guadalupe is so pivotal for the pro-life movement and how she is still touching hearts and minds. Fr. Kubicki tells the history of St. Juan Diego and what we can learn from his humble character. Plus Callers John reminisces on Fr. Rocky's first interview on Relevant Radio.
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+ Evangelio de nuestro Señor Jesucristo según san Mateo 11, 16-19 Jesús dijo a la multitud: «¿Con quién puedo comparar a esta generación? Se parece a esos muchachos que, sentados en la plaza, gritan a los otros: "¡Les tocamos la flauta, y ustedes no bailaron! ¡Entonamos cantos fúnebres, y no lloraron!" Porque llegó Juan, que no come ni bebe, y ustedes dicen: "¡Ha perdido la cabeza!" Llegó el Hijo del hombre, que come y bebe, y dicen: "Es un glotón y un borracho, amigo de publicanos y pecadores." Pero la Sabiduría ha quedado justificada por sus obras». Palabra del Señor.
December 9: Saint Juan Diego, Hermit 1474–1548 Optional Memorial; Liturgical color: white Patron Saint of indigenous people Mary said to Juan: "Am I not here, I who am your mother?" Good things happen to those who go to daily Mass. A very good thing happened to today's saint on his long trek to daily Mass, something so extraordinary that it permanently altered a continent. Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin (the “Talking Eagle”) was born near present-day Mexico City in the pre-Colombian Aztec Empire, though he belonged to the Chichimec, not the Aztec, people. At the age of fifty, Juan received baptism from a Franciscan priest, about five years after those path-breaking missionaries had first walked barefoot from coastal Veracruz into the Aztec heartland. Juan must have quickly fell in love with his newfound faith, because he visited God as one visits a sturdy friend, more than just once a week. On Saturday, December 9, 1531, Juan was walking to Mass and crossed over a small hill called Tepeyac. A mysterious woman appeared to him speaking Nahuatl, the local language. The woman quickly identified herself as the “Ever-Virgin Holy Mary, Mother of the true God” and asked Juan to approach the Bishop to petition that a shrine be built in her honor on that very hill. So the humble Juan went and knocked on the door of one of the most powerful men in the new Spanish dominion. The Bishop was solicitous but cautious and requested a sign to buttress Juan's credibility and his request. A series of events then transpired which culminated on Tuesday, December 12. On that day, Juan presented the Bishop with flowers, carefully cradled in his poncho, which Mary had directed him to collect. When Juan unfurled his poncho in the Bishop's presence, everyone saw then what everyone sees now in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City—the young, pregnant Mary of Tepeyac emblazoned, in full color, on Juan's coarse poncho. An early document holds that, after 1531, Juan Diego, whose wife had died by then, spent the rest of his days living the life of a hermit near the chapel on Tepeyac housing the miraculous image. Juan likely welcomed the first waves of pilgrims who visited the primitive shrine to pay homage to Our Lady of Guadalupe. It is difficult to imagine anyone returning to his or her everyday existence after seeing, hearing, and conversing with God, Mary, or a saint. Some experiences are “before” and “after” events, their profundity divides life into halves or portions: a divorce, a dreadful medical diagnosis, a financial collapse, a child's death, a crippling accident, or, on the positive side and much more rarely, a divine locution, an apparition, or an unmistakable spiritual intervention, all divert the straight line of a life's graph. The days between December 9 and the vigil of December 12 are a kind of Mexican Triduum, when that nation celebrates founding events which have nothing to do with legal documents. Nation-building requires more than just a constitution or the winning of a key battle. Building an enduring people requires a shared language, a common history, an undivided religious outlook, and a unity of cultural expression. If there is a source of Mexican unity, it is found in the vision of the humble servant Saint Juan Diego. Millions of pilgrims endlessly process, day after day, year after year, century after century, before the miraculous image in the most visited Marian shrine in the world. These citizens don't go to Mexico's national archives to search for words on a faded parchment, but to a shrine to gaze in wonder at a young woman imprinted vividly on rough cactus fibers. The faithful arrive on pilgrimage, often on foot, to bow their heads, to light a candle, and to pray before the permanent miracle that is a simple Indian's gift to the Church. They come to visit a person, not an idea, because a person can absorb our love and love us back. Saint Juan Diego, we ask your humble intercession in heaven to assist all those who doubt the power of God and His saints. May your example of fidelity and service inspire us to holiness as much as your miraculous tilma.
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Sarah Jerome is in good company as she talks about the story of Juan Diego and Our Lady of GuadalupeFollow up for friends and family: Imagine what it would be like for Juan Diego to open his cloak and see the beautiful image of his meeting with our Lady. Ask Our Lady of Guadalupe to intercede for you as you pray the rosary. To learn more about Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe, visit these websites: www.loyolapress.comwww.catholic.orgFollow St. Matthew Youth Ministry on Social Media!Instagram: stmatt_ymFacebook: St. Matthew Youth Ministry(Not) The Only One Podcast: https://stmatthewcatholic.org/podcast-nottheonlyone
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Please visit the Discerning Hearts Our Lady of Guadalupe page for the text and audio for the remaining days. Day Six Holy Mary, comfort of the troubled, you sought out Juan Diego when in fear and confusion he took a different route to avoid encountering you. Then you restored his hope and confidence so he ... Read more The post Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe Day 6 – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
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Please visit the Discerning Hearts Our Lady of Guadalupe page for the text and audio for the remaining days. Day Five Virgin gentle in mercy, in Juan Diego's anxiety, to bring a priest to his dying uncle he failed to keep his appointment with you. Yet, you rewarded his filial love by restoring his uncle ... Read more The post Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe Day 5 – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
This episode focuses on Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego. Learn more about how his vision of Mary led to an explosion of conversions and changed the history of America.
12/6/22 7am CT Hour John, Glen and Sarah chat about Georgia runoff election day, Ukrainian strikes on Russia, Tom Brady last minute win and St. Nicholas Day. Martha recounts the story of St. Juan Diego and his encounters with Our Lady and how we can learn that we are loved even if we don't feel important or that nobody “sees” us. We all have a purpose and God uses even our weaknesses for His good. William explains where we find proof for the doctrine of Mary's Immaculate Conception in scripture and tradition.
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Please visit the Discerning Hearts Our Lady of Guadalupe page for the text and audio for the remaining days. Day Two Mary, Mother of divine grace, you appeared to Juan Diego standing on the moon and robed in a royal mantle adorned with stars, showing that you are the Queen of Heaven and Earth, yet ... Read more The post Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe Day 2 – Discerning Hearts Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.
En este episodio que vais a escuchar dos de las tres personas que hablan no tienen carné de conducir. No diremos quién por si se animan a apuntarse a la autoescuela de Juan Diego en ‘No me gusta conducir'. Es la nueva comedia de Borja Cobeaga, la más nominada a los premios Feroz, que se estrena en el canal TNT. A los dos los escuchamos y también a David Trueba, el escritor dirige ‘La sagrada familia', una serie documental sobre el clan de los Pujol.