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About Guadalupe Day
The origin of the name "Guadalupe," in the American context, is something of a mystery. According to the story generally accepted by Catholics, Juan Diego was walking between his village and Tolpetlac, near Mexico City, where the Catholic mission was headquartered, on Saturday December 9, 1531. The apron containing her image has been hung in the church built on the spot through the building's various versions, including today's Basilica of Guadalupe.
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