By Diogenes ( articles ) | Dec 31, 2006
Earlier I drew attention to Father Andrew Greeley's take on the Virgin of Guadalupe:
At the center of [the popular religion of Mexico] is the figure of Our Lady of Guadalupe, once perhaps a pagan goddess, but now unquestionably the patron of the Mexican peon with whom she identifies.
I can't forbear repeating Phil Lawler's laconic comment ad rem:
It's a stage many people go through, I'm sure.
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