This two part lecture by Fr. Vincent Louwagie, is an in-depth look at the Nican Mopohua message received by Juan Diego and the image of Mary conserved on his tilma in Mexico City. The series will reflect on the historical religious and cultural impact of the Guadalupe appearances and their message for the Americas today. Traditional indigenous religious dances will be included as part of the second conference. Fr. Vincent Louwagie, OMI is the Director of the Ministry to Minister Sabbatical program at OST. Prior to this position, he was a missionary in the Oblate Province of Mexico for 40 years serving several terms as Provincial and Director of Colegio Vista Hermosa in Mexico City. Name __________________________________________________________________ phone _____________________________ Address _____________________________________________________ City ____________________ Zip code _____________ Mail to Paying by _____Check #______ _____Discover _____Visa _____MasterCard OST Continuing Education 285 Oblate Drive Name on Card: _____________________________________________________ San Antonio, TX, 78216 Credit card account number: __________________________________________ Security code: ____________________ Expiration date: ___________________ Amount to be charged: $ ____________ Signature: ___________________________________ Makes checks payable to: Oblate School of Theology.
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