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demostración de fé, gran caracteristicas del paraguayo

demostración de fé, gran caracteristicas del paraguayo

Santuario de la Basílica de Caacupé es una ciudad de Paraguay, capital del Departamento de la Cordillera http://www.skyscraperlife.com/ciudades-y-arquitectura-la/19673-basilica-de-caacupe-paraguay.html

Santuario de la Basílica de Caacupé es una ciudad de Paraguay, capital del Departamento de la Cordillera http://www.skyscraperlife.com/ciudades-y-arquitectura-la/19673-basilica-de-caacupe-paraguay.html

Bergoglio celebrates a Mass in a Buenos Aires slum, in 1998. As Archbishop of Argentina’s largest city, he encouraged his best priests to li...

Pope Francis Through the Years

Bergoglio celebrates a mass in a Buenos Aires slum, in As Archbishop of Argentina’s largest city, he encouraged his best priests to live in the slums, joining them for mass and often walking through the shantytowns.

Camino a Caacupé 2013 - Fotos - ABC Color

Camino a Caacupé 2013 - Fotos - ABC Color

The Virgin Mary in Latin America: Our Lady of Caacupe

Our Lady of Lujan Argentina Our Lady of Copacabana Bolivia Our Lady of Aparecida Brazil Our Lady of Carmel of the Maipú Chile Our Lady of .

Icon of Mary, Basilica of Caacupé, Paraguay//Located thirty-six miles (57 km) to the east of Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay stands the small city of Caacupé, home of the country’s most important pilgrimage site. Legends tell that in the early 16th century a peasant of the Guarani Indian tribe named Indio Jose had been converted to Christianity by the French Franciscan missionaries staying in the village of Tobati.

Icon of Mary, Basilica of Caacupé, Paraguay//Located thirty-six miles (57 km) to the east of Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay stands the small city of Caacupé, home of the country’s most important pilgrimage site. Legends tell that in the early 16th century a peasant of the Guarani Indian tribe named Indio Jose had been converted to Christianity by the French Franciscan missionaries staying in the village of Tobati.

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