By Tom Quiner I’d like to present a fascinating mystery for my readers who are atheists. The day was December 9th, 1531. It was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in the Spanish Empire. A peasant by the name of Juan Diego was walking and encountered the vision of a teenage girl bathed in light.…

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Supreme Knight Carl Anderson produced a documentary film called, “Guadalupe, the Miracle and the Message” that aired October through December on ABC TV. The film, available on DVD helps explain why the image is puzzling to the scientific community, since it has been shown to exist without having been painted and has survived a bombing, acid spill, and extreme age.

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“Her hair is wavy and parted in the middle. She has an oval shaped face and her nose is long and delicate. Her mouth is very pretty with rather full lips. The color of her face is dark but lighter than that of the angel; it is different. Her voice is very lovely, a very unusual voice that I can’t describe. There is no woman that resembles the Blessed Virgin in her voice or in anything else.”

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I’d like to present a fascinating mystery for my readers who are atheists.

The day was December 9th, 1531. It was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in the Spanish Empire.

A peasant by the name of Juan Diego was walking and encountered the vision of a teenage girl bathed in light…

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I have many friends who are agnostic or even atheistic. The agnostic at least leaves the door open to the possibility of Mystery. The atheist doesn’t. I’d like to present a fascinating mystery for my readers who are atheists. The day was December 9th, 1531 …

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