Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe


En observación del Año 2000, se ofrece aquí este manuscrito mexicano de 1531 escrito en el náhuatl original y en español. El título en náhuatl es Nican Mopohua que significa en español "Aquí se narra." Este documento primitivo narra las apariciones de la Santísima Virgen María de Guadalupe al indio Beato Juan Diego el 9, 10, 11 y 12 de diciembre, 1531 en el Cerro del Tepeyac, México. El náhuatl es el idioma de los aztecas en México.

El Papa Juan Pablo II canonizó a Juan Diego el 31 de julio, 2002 en la Basílica de Nuestra Señora María de Guadalupe, México, Distrito Federal. Hoy es San Juan Diego en el calendario litúrgico de la Santa Iglesia Católica.

[In observance of the end of the 20th Century and the beginning of the Year 2000, this 1531 Mexican manuscript written in the original Náhuatl and Spanish is offered here. The Náhuatl title, Nican Mopohua, means in Spanish "Here is narrated." This primitive document narrates the apparitions of the Holy Virgin Mary of Guadalupe to the Indian Blessed Juan Diego on December 9, 10, 11, and 12, 1531 in the hill of Tepeyac, México. Náhuatl is the language of the Aztecs in México.

Pope John Paul II canonized Juan Diego on July 31, 2002 at the Basílica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in México City. He is now St. Juan Diego in the liturgical calendar of the Holy Catholic Church.]

Please see the new "Virgen de Guadalupe" Webpage inaugurated by the Pope John Paul II on December 12, 2001.

Also, this page about Juan Diego's canonization, biography, and other information.

The original Aztec/Spanish 1531 text of the Nican Mopohua is presented first, followed by the English translation.


Aztec/Spanish Text
English Translation
Acknowledgments

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