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Our Lady of Lujan

Our Lady of Lujan is a celebrated 16th-century icon of the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ. The image, also known as the Virgin of Lujan represents a famous Marian advocation. The image still exists; it is on display in the Basilica of Lujan in Argentina. The feast day of Our Lady of Lujan is December 8.

Lujan in the Catholic Church

Pontifical pronouncements on the Virgin of Lujan

Pope John Paul II visited the shrine in the course of one of his journeys outside Italy as Pope.

Catholic devotions

See also

Maravilla Americana



Ashburne, Elyse. "Catholic relic's authenticity questioned by researcher." Daily Texan. June 4, 2002. [*], accessed December 5, 2006

External links

Lujan Argentina

Virgen de Lujan

Marcelo Pisarro, "La lujanera tropezo", en Nerds All Star, Revista N, Diario Clarin, Buenos Aires, 26 de octubre de 2009.

Parroquia Nuestra Senora de Lujan de Longchamps

Grupo Scout N 1 Nuestra Senora de Lujan de Longchamps

Centro Nuestra Senora de Lujan de Longchamps

Disenan un dispositivo especial para proteger la imagen de la Virgen

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