Angelus News | December 7, 2018

Vol. 3 | No. 41

A stained-glass window depiction of St. Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe at St. Mary Church in Manhasset, New York. Nearly 500 years after she changed the course of history, the world finds itself once again in times of confusion and discord similar to those of 16th-century Mexico. On page 3, Archbishop José H. Gomez explains how Our Lady of Guadalupe reminds us that the Church was established to be “the vanguard of a new humanity.” On page 10, editor Pablo Kay speaks to Msgr. Eduardo Chávez, the man who’s made bringing the message of Guadalupe to today’s world his life’s mission.

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