A Variety of Apparitions and Venerations

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Joaquín Sardo.  Relación histórica y moral de la portentosa imagen de N. Sr. Jesucristo crucificado aparecida en una de las cuevas de S. Miguel de Chalma. [Mexico]:  Casa de Arizpe, 1810.

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Although the Virgin of Guadalupe may be the most well-known apparition in Mexico, additional appearances of the Virgin Mary and various manifestations of the crucified Christ were also venerated, documented, and disseminated.  Examples on display include accounts of Our Lady of Pueblito and Our Lady of the Angels, a history of the Christ of Chalma, and a manuscript recording testimony about a crucifix in a church in Orizaba.

A Variety of Apparitions and Venerations