2nd October 2019

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What was Juan Diego the patron saint of?

St. Juan Diego, original name Cuauhtlatoatzin, (born 1474, Cuautitlán [near Mexico City], Mexico—died May 30, 1548, Tepeyac Hill [now in Mexico City]; canonized July 31, 2002; feast day December 9), indigenous Mexican convert to Roman Catholicism and saint who, according to tradition, was visited by the Virgin Mary (

Also, where did the Virgin Mary appear to Juan Diego?

The Virgin of Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. She is depicted with brown skin, an angel and moon at her feet and rays of sunlight that encircle her. According to tradition, the Virgin Mary appeared to an indigenous man named Juan Diego on Dec. 9, 1531.
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