Employees of a branch of Chedraui located in Cordoba, Veracruz they were made viral in social networks by presuming that had recreated the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe with fruits and vegetables sold in said establishment two days prior to the national holidays of the December 12th.
According to information shared by the workers themselves, they made this peculiar recreation to show your devotion to “La Guadalupana”. They also revealed that it took them just over two hours to make the figure and that they used nopales, tomatoes, apples and bananas, among other fruits and vegetables.
The image was exhibited early last Friday and immediately caught the attention of customers, mainly those who profess the Catholic faith. However, also received hundreds of compliments for their creativity. So far the reaction of the company to this fruity version of the patron saint of Mexico is unknown.
Great influx in the month of December
December 12 is a very special date for Mexicans, because according to Catholic beliefs another anniversary of “La Morenita del Tepeyac” is celebrated to the Indian San Juan Diego. According to the Government of Mexico City, 3.5 million people attended in the first twelve days of the month to venerate the sacred image.
Likewise, it has been reported that the days were carried out without setbacks and with a white balance. The civil servant Martí Batres acknowledged the good response from the population to use the mask, go vaccinated and not prolong their stay in the place.
How did the devotion to the Virgin of Guadalupe originate?
As informed AmericanPost.News previously, every December 12, the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe is celebrated throughout Mexico. The belief ensures that She appeared in 1531 to ask the Indian Juan Diego to build a sanctuary for her on the Tepeyac hill., what is now known as the Basilica of Santa María de Guadalupe.
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