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Our Lady Of Guadalupe, Mother of the People

Does the hectic pace of the holidays leave you hungering for your own source of comfort?

Would you like to connect with a source of Divine Motherly love?

Do you want to join with other women to send divine motherly love out into the world for healing?

Our Lady of Guadalupe, also called the Virgin of Guadalupe, is perhaps Mexico's most popular religious and cultural image.

Mainstream Catholics believe that Our Lady of Guadalupe was a manifestation of the Virgin Mary in the Americas and recognize her as "Empress of the Americas." She is a source of divine motherly love and compassion to the people. She is said to listen to our concerns and offers compassion, solace and protection.

Guadalupe's feast day is celebrated on December 12, commemorating the traditional account of her appearances to Juan Diego at Tepeyac Hill near Mexico City in December of 1531.

Please join us on December 14, 2013, as we celebrate the Divine Feminine as Our Lady of Guadalupe. Join us as we create a circle of love and healing for ourselves and to send  out into the world. Our world is in such need, especially at this auspicious time as we enter into approach the end of the Mayan Calendar and beyond into 2013. This will be a special opportunity to join with others to create a positive intention for global abundance, peace and prosperity for 2013.

Admittance Fee: $20 online and $25 at the door.

Three vendor spots are available.

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