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Juan Diego was born in 1474 in the calpulli or ward of Tlayacac in Cuauhtitlan, which was established in 1168 by Nahua tribesmen and conquered by the Aztec lord Axayacatl in 1467; and was located 20 kilometers (14 miles) north of Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). On December 9, 1531, a native Mexican named Juan Diego rose before dawn to walk fifteen miles to daily Mass in what is now Mexico City. Juan lived a simple life as a weaver, farmer, and ... Continue Reading

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  1. Amanda S.
    5 years ago

    I think this story is very holy and I think it helps people know a lot about St.Juan Diego and his mother Mary!

  2. Julia Andrew
    5 years ago

    This information is so helpful! I love it!!!

  3. mitch
    5 years ago

    ya my uncle is juan diego hes pretty funny and fun to hang out with him

  4. Tom
    5 years ago

    Kevin, Juan Diego is NOT an Arch Angel. He is a Saint.

  5. Elena Saucedo
    5 years ago

    I am 12 years old and i am going to church on wednesday .this was vvvvvvveeeeeerrrrrryyyyyyyy helpfull. thanks!!!

  6. kevin
    5 years ago

    i have one question is saint juan diego an ark angel cause i cant have ark angels in my project

  7. benjamin barretto
    5 years ago

    this was very helpfu. I can use some of this on my saints project.
    thank you

  8. bob jakkson
    5 years ago

    very very helpful...

  9. stephanie schwenk
    5 years ago

    Thank You! You have inspired me today and strengthened my faith. May God bless and keep you safe. Always

  10. George Young
    5 years ago

    it very good

  11. judith rodriguez
    5 years ago

    this article is very interesting and useful!!

  12. Helaire R.
    5 years ago

    you guys are good. thanks

  13. karimah mohammed
    6 years ago

    you guys helped me with my r.e project

  14. alejdnra t.
    6 years ago

    you guys should put the feast day that would have been better. i was trying to do my homework i was very happy because i was finding everything but i coudlnt find that


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