School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses
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Date of Award
Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies
School of Theology and Seminary
Maxwell E. Johnson
Catholic Studies | Christianity | Missions and World Christianity | Religion
This paper will be divided into three sections and will attempt to:
- Give an overview of the historical events concerning the apparitions of Our Lady to Juan Diego in 1531 on Mount Tepeyac, near Mexico City.
- Trace the liturgical development of the Our Lady of Guadalupe (J. Salazar).
- Follow the theological evolution of Hispanic Marian theology in the centuries following the Tepeyac events as shown chronologically in sermons from Latin American preachers (F. Schulte) up to the current day (V. Elizondo).
Stockert, Marc, "Our Lady of Guadalupe: History, Liturgical Development and Theological Significance" (1998). School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses. 1561.
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