GUADALUPE

On December 12 of each year, the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, marking the day when, in 1531, the Blessed Mother appeared in Mexico to a 57-year old peasant named Juan Diego.

UPCOMING PILGRIMAGES

AGLOW IN GUADALUPE

Aglow's first pilgrimage to Guadalupe will be in January 2019. Trusting in the Lord and working closely with an outstanding local company in Mexico City, the pilgrimage promises to be both breathtaking and spiritual seeing the best of what Mexico has to offer.

 

What You Might do in GUADALUPE

Visit the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe...

On the spot where the Blessed Virgin Mary first appeared to the visionaries back in 1981.If you're fortunate, you could be present during an apparition when one of the visionaries comes to the hill.

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Visit impressive archeological sites...

Including Teotihuacán (UNESCO World Cultural Heritage), the Citadel, the Quetzalcoatl Temple, the Road of the Dead, Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, as well as the Palace of Quetzalpapalotl and the Jaguar Temple. Do not miss the inspiring pre-hispanic paintings hidden in some of the less visited parts of the site.

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Volcanoes...

Drive to Puebla, located at a large valley surrounded on four sides by mountains and volcanoes, as we look upon Popocatepetl, Ixtacihuatl, La Malinche and el Pico de Orizaba

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Mexico City Historical Tour...

Visit the Zocalo for a visit to the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National  Palace, the Palace of the Archbishop Juan de Zumarraga, to the Santo Domingo Church to celebrate Mass, the Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary and of Our Lady of Covadonga.

Rest and Relaxation...

Enjoy the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancún will make you marvel at the beauty of God's creation.

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