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SCU and Sacred Heart Parish host eighth annual Lady of Guadalupe celebration
Monday, Nov. 29, 2004
Teatro Corazon of Sacred Heart Parish, along with SCU students, will perform the “Virgen de Tepeyac,” which tells the story of Juan Diego, the man to whom the Lady of Guadalupe appeared in December 1531. He brought news of her appearance to the local bishop, along with her wish that he build a church to honor her. The performance will be primarily in Spanish with some English commentary.
Attendees at the event will also meet the recipient of the Juan Diego scholarship. Veronica Lugo-Perez is a graduate of a charter high school in
The San Juan Diego Scholarship is a four-year full tuition scholarship to
For more information about the Guadalupe celebration please contact Dr. Ana María Pineda at 408-554-6958, Lulu Santana at 408-554-4639, or Laurie Laird at 408-554-5013. To arrange an interview with the scholarship recipient, or to photograph the performance, please contact Bronwyn Hogan at 408-554-5126.
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