For Indigenous, Our Lady of Guadalupe ‘a big thing’ – The Catholic Register

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For Indigenous, Our Lady of Guadalupe ‘a big thing’ – The Catholic Register

by ahnationtalk on December 7, 202215 Views

December 7, 2022

Graydon Nicholas, the former Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick, will share his devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe in Hamilton, Ont., Dec. 12.

The Diocese of Hamilton is set to welcome Nicholas to the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King where he will deliver a presentation on the National Day of Prayer and Solidarity titled “Our Lady of Guadalupe: In the Experience of Indigenous Peoples.”

Nicholas, a member of the Tobique First Nation, recipient of the Order of Canada and the Order of New Brunswick, has stated in the past that he felt like he was in the care of Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the four Marian apparitions believed to have appeared in December 1531 to Mexican peasant Juan Diego (his uncle Juan Bernardino said he was visited by an apparition too), since his earliest days.

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