Novena a la Virgen de Guadalupe/Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe Assembly Edition

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Novena a la virgen de guadalupe novena to our lady of guadalupe assembly edition 30143148

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Format
Paperback
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Language
English / Spanish
Topic
Novena
Author
Various Artists

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Novena a la Virgen de Guadalupe
Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Assembly Edition
by Various Artists

Bilingual songs, prayers, and reflections, so bilingual and multicultural assemblies can celebrate a beloved devotion among Hispanic Catholics, the novena to the Virgin of Guadalupe.

Gather your multicultural assembly for nine days, from December 3–11, through Spanish and bilingual songs, rosary prayers for each day of the novena, and reflections written by Dr. Hosffman Ospino, asking for the intercession of the Virgin of Guadalupe, leading to celebrate the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The collection includes bilingual songs such as “María, Madre del Señor/O Holy Mary,” “Santa María del Camino/Come as We Journey,” “Virgencita del Tepeyac/Hail, Virgin of Tepeyac,” and “Viva la Virgen Ranchera/Hail, Virgin of Tepeyac.” The last two titles have been given an English setting for the first time, so English speakers can join their voices with Hispanic Catholics as their hearts pray to La Morenita.

The new bilingual song “María, Oh Dulce Virgen/María, O Blessed Virgin” will be a great addition for choirs to sing in the Mass to commemorate the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe or in Masses dedicated to Mary throughout the liturgical year.

Songs like “Las Apariciones Guadalupanas” and “Buenos Días, Paloma Blanca” are traditional songs that most Mexican Catholics already hold dear. However, this devotion is not exclusive to Mexican Catholics since most Spanish-speaking Catholics worldwide recognize and pray to the Virgin of Guadalupe every December.

The book, available in print, will be not only a devotional but an educational tool as well. Its bilingual prayers and reflections offer families the opportunity to teach younger generations how to pray a novena. Guitar chords are also included in the book, allowing families, prayer groups, and communities to play music together and to sing along on these nine nights.

This unique resource will help the Spanish and English-speaking Catholics practice this devotion together. All can join this expression of our Catholic faith no matter their origin or language.