Las Mañanitas a la Virgen de Guadalupe – Sunday, May 21st, 2023

Join Saint Miriam as we Dedicate Our Lady of Guadalupe

Las Mañanitas is a traditional song sung in Spanish that Mexicans sing to honor a loved one on their birthday, or their name day, or saint’s day! It is also sung on other important holidays and we are excited to invite you as we celebrate the 492nd anniversary of the Apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe to San Juan Diego.

Sunday, May 21st, 2023. Join us in person starting at 11:00 AM

11:00am Seranade to Our Lady and Mariachi
11:30am: Morning Mass in Honor of Our Lady (Mass will be in Spanish)

Bring Flowers to honor Our Lady to Lay at Her Feet! – Click here to purchase them!

Morning Mass celebrating Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebrants

(The Reverend) Father William S. “Father Liam” Murphy Jr., Associate Pastor
(The Reverend Father Geraldo (Jerry) “Brother Jeremiah” Piñero, Assisting Priest
(The Reverend) Deacon Robert Recio, Deacon

¡Únanse a la Parroquia de San Miriam mientras dedicamos nuestra imagen de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe!

No complace invitarlos a celebrar con nosotros el 492 aniversario de la Aparición de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe a San Juan Diego.

¡Domingo, 21 de Mayo, 2023. Vengan y estén con nosotros, a partir de las 11:00am!

11:00am Mañanitas a la Virgen con los Mariachis
11:30am Misa en honor de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Misa se celebra en Español.)

¡Traigan flores para poner a los pies de Nuestra Senora!

Misa Celebrando Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Celebrantes:

(El Reverendo) Padre William S. “Father Liam” Murphy Jr., Pastor Asociado
(El Reverendo) Padre Geraldo (Hermando Jeremiah) Piñero, Sacerdote auxiliar
(El Reverendo) Diácono Robert Recio, Diácono

Help us get the word out!

Please help us let the community know. Click on the links below for a flyer that you can download and print out!

Click Here for the English Flyer

Click Here for the Spanish Flyer

Flowers for Our Lady of Guadalupe

Join us by purchasing Lady Guadalupe Flowers and Bouquets for our Feast Celebration.

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What Flowers and Colors are Symbolic of Our Lady?

The colors of this celebration are very bright! Reds, pinks, blues, greens and white  rule the day, and flowers also play a major decorative and symbolic role as they are used to adorn shrines, homes, floats, and people.

It’s not surprising that flowers are so closely associated with Our Lady.  In the past as well as the present, flowers have often been used as representations of virtue and viewed as faithful symbols of purity and innocence–the very traits most lauded in the Blessed Virgin.