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Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring
Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring

Our Lady of Guadalupe Titanium Ring

$26.99 USD
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★Item Details

• Gender : Male / Female
• Material: stainless steel

the Virgin of Guadalupe has been proclaimed "Queen of Mexico", "Patroness of the Americas", "Empress of Latin America", and "Protectress of Unborn Children"

Our Lady of Guadalupe always appears in this image:the mandorla-shaped sunburst around the Virgin, the stars on her cloak, the Moon under her feet, and the angel with a folded cloth supporting her. "clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars." She is described as a representation of the Immaculate Conception.

In Mexico, de Guadalupe is a respect and admiration for the Virgin Mary, because the Virgin Mary helped the Indians and the Spanish colonial conquerors to reach a reconciliation.Our Lady of Guadalupe (Spanish: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe), because the Virgin Mary was consecrated many times before an Indian youth named Juan Diego Cuahtlatoatzin in December 1531 and was Catholic The title granted.

WHAT TO DO:
1. Cut a thin strip of paper at least 3 inches long and less than 5 mm wide
2. Wrap it snugly around your ring finger at the base of the knuckle
3. Using a pen or pencil, mark where the ends overlap
4. Lay it flat and use a ruler to measure the length in millimeters
5. Use the chart below to find the corresponding ring size in the top row