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When The Worlds Collide
"All ancient civilisations have contributed in some way to the development of modern society." –
with these words of Dr Joyce Tyldesley I believe the main thought of documentary "When the
Worlds Collide" written by Carl Byker and Ruben Martinez can be worded.
The film presents the moment of the discovery of America by Spaniards and the following years,
focusing mainly on the cultural aspects that underwent changes in that time. It shows the way
various elements from both civilizations merged and intertwined to work as one new entity. The
documentary also illustrates the clash of the New World and the Old World with the effects on both
sides, the most prominent one being the creation of a new culture – the Mestizo culture, which is the
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When the Romans took over Greece, they also took over the Greek culture and, to a small degree,
language in the process of Hellenisation . The Roman religion was created by copying the religion
of the Greeks, with the exception of the names of the gods and goddesses and some other details.
Other than that, the Romans also adopted the Greek architectural and literary style. As of other
countries that were conquered by Rome, the Romans also took the way of building ships and the
alphabet in an altered form from Phoenicia. In all of the countries that the Romans conquered they
would build roads for their armies to move quickly. Roman roads were so tough and well–built that
many of them have lasted in good condition even until now; the famous oldest road Via Appia that
leads from Rome to Naples is still in use . Moreover, the Romans built numerous cities, among
which are Vienna , London and Paris . Had Rome not conquered so many countries, the modern
world would have looked entirely different. Rome had an enormous input in shaping of the
European culture. Because Rome invaded other lands and created an enormous empire, it was able
to spread the knowledge and new inventions on an extensive
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Mary In The Catholic Church Research Paper
Mary is a very important figure in the Catholic Church because she plays the role of Mother of God
and the Catholic Church. At a young age Mary agreed to carry the child of God. By agreeing to
carry God's child she reversed Eve's disobedience. Mary is the serpent crusher that was foretold
about in the Protoevangelism. Mary was the first disciple and she demonstrates the love that God
desires from us. Aside from being the Mother of God Mary is also the bridge for the Old Testament
to the New Testament. Mary fulfills some of the prophecies from the Old Testament. Overtime our
understanding of Mary has grown and developed through tradition. Mary is the second most
pictured person on Earth. There are also many different accounts of people encountering
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Our Lady Of Guadalupe
Our Lady of the Liberation There are many names for Our Lady of Guadalupe like the Virgin of
Guadalupe, and Tonantzin, but they all mean the goddess that protected the people and came to Juan
Diego. Over thousands of years the story of Tonantzin, what the native Aztec people called their
Virgin Mother Mary, has been passed down and celebrated in the Mexican culture for all of the good
and protection that they believe she has brought them. In Rodolfo Corky Gonzales' epic poem "Yo
Soy Joaquin" he references this Aztec goddess, Tonantzin because she is a religious figure, she was
considered a native and she is a symbol of independence. To begin, Our Lady of Guadalupe, or the
Virgin Mary, has always been present in the Catholic Church but was first seen in 1531 ("Our Lady
of Guadalupe"). The first time she was spotted was on the Hill of Tepeyac where she met Juan
Diego, a farmer, so he would talk to the bishop and request to put a monument or basilica in her ...
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Some of the causes her image has been associated with is the independence and identity of the
Mexican and Chicano people (Livingstone). The first time it was used heavily was in 1810 when she
was used as the rebel face in the Mexican independence against Spain as their battle cry was: "Long
Live Our Lady of Guadalupe" ("Our Lady of Guadalupe"). Appreciation is displayed by how the
first independent President of Mexico changed her name to Guadalupe Victoria to show her
devotion to the goddess (Livingstone). And the Virgin of Guadalupe was used as a rebellious symbol
of the Zapata's followers, who were mostly indigenous people, in the Mexican Revolution in 1910–
1920 using her as a symbol for mother nature and freedom (Livingstone). Overall Tonantzin gave
many of the people hope that they could succeed and fight for their freedoms throughout Mexican
and Latino
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The Virgin of Guadalupe Appeared to Juan Diego
An individual can belong to one or many cultures. Culture is what makes a person unique and in
some ways can define an individual. Within the various cultures there are symbols and artifacts that
are culture specific and have deep meaning. I identify myself with the Hispanic and Middle Eastern
cultures. From my family roots I have learned information about my ancestors and some examples
of specific items that have a unique meaning. For example, in regards to my Hispanic culture, one
symbol that is recognized is Our Lady of Guadalupe. She is also recognized as the Virgin of
Guadalupe and has the title of the Virgin Mary associated with a celebrated pictorial image in
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City (Catholic Online). Growing up as a child I
attended private catholic school from Kindergarten through my senior year of high school. During
this time it was a requirement that fellow pupils and myself take a religion class focused on the
catholic faith. It was in my early years that I first encountered information regarding Our Lady of
Guadalupe. The Virgin of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego in Tepeyac Hill Mexico City on
December 12, 1531. She appeared on his cloak before Bishop Zummarraya. Suddenly after flowers
fell to the floor. The Virgin of Guadalupe is seen among many Christians as an iconic symbol.
Within this community are variations of cultures. However, for the Hispanic culture it is very
important since it took place in Mexico. So it
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Cultural Artifact Speech: Story Of La Virgen De Guadalupe
Cultural Artifact Speech Outline
I. Intro
A. Attention Getter: By raising your hand, who here knows or has heard a story of La Virgen De
Guadalupe? Let me tell you more about her.
B. Revealed Object and Speaker Credibility: La virgin de Guadalupe represents Mexican people
who believe in her, also known as "Guadalupanos". I think is important for people to learn about this
culture to have a better understanding of why La Virgen de Guadalupe is important in the Mexican
culture.
C. Thesis: By explaining the story of La Virgen de Guadalupe, you will learn the reason of why
people have so much faith in her.
D. Preview of Main Points: First, I will discuss the story of La Virgen de Guadalupe and the
importance in the Mexican culture. Then, I will discuss how I identify myself with this culture and
one experience in which I explain why la Virgen de Guadalupe is important to me.
II. Body
A. Main Point 1: La Virgen de Guadalupe represents the Mexican culture and some of the American
culture as well.
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Sub–Point 1: According to a magazine named Latino Voices published on December 12, 2013 La
Virgen de Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. La Virgen had two apparitions in the year 1531.
She first appeared to a poor peasant named Juan Diego on the Tepeyac Hill in December 9, 1531.
The second time she reappeared to Juan Diego was on Dec 12 of the same year. This is where she
ordered him to collect roses on his Tilmátli. Then for him to take the roses to the priest and to tell
him that she wanted a church to be built for her. This story was told in Spanish and the Nahualt
language. After 300 years later it became a national holiday in Mexico in the year 1859. The way to
celebrate this holiday is by playing "Las Mananitas (birthday song)" to her every year on Dec 12 in
the basilica which is also known as the home of la Virgen. Later on January 22, 1999 Pope John
Paul II named La Virgen "Our Lady of Guadalupe the Patroness of the
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Lady Of Guadalupe Religion
What is a belief? Belief is a trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something. That is what our
Lady of Guadalupe is our belief, our confidence, our fight. Also our Lady of Guadalupe is a tradition
because there is a lot of people that really belief on her and they celebrate her day and all that thing
´s.
These story starts like these (1531). On December 9, 1531, in Mexico, our Lady of Guadalupe
appeared to Juan Diego, a poor humble Aztec Indian who had recently converted to the catholic
faith. She asked him to go to the Bishop and tell him to build a church where she said ¨I will show
and offer all of my love, my compassion, my help and my protection to my people.¨ Juan Diego did
as she asked, but the Bishop asked for a sign that this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Right before their very eyes, the Bishop fell to his knees. He had the church built at her request.to
make the story short; the tilma is still intact after 470 years. The colors have not faded and the cloth
has not deteriorated. It was been on display in the Basilica of our Lady of Guadalupe for all this
time. Because of all these amazing story the majority of the people belief in our Lady of Guadalupe
and all the miracles she can do for all the people that belief on her and everything she does for us,
the people that we love her. The manner in which Our Lady appeared on the tilma was very
significant to the Aztec Indians. God had her dressed in a way that they would understand who she
was. She was dressed in royal clothes that showed that she was very important, perhaps a queen. She
also had the symbol of the cross at her neck which was the same symbol the Spaniards had on their
ships and in the churches.
Moreover, because these and many more reason. The cathedral of our Lady of Guadalupe was made
in Juarez in the year of 1659 but horn was consecrated in 1941, that special place is a historical
place in Juarez Mexico City. This cathedral was dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, is located in
the border city of Chihuahua, in the area called Historic Center. It was built in the middle of the
second
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Personal Narrative: My Grandparents And Mexico
I meet my Grandparents and Mexico because of my mom. "Jamie we are going to Mexico and you
will your Grandparents" said my mom "What!". The time had come I had to say bye to my dad and
get into the plane. "Bye dad I will miss you so much" "You will come back Jamie, I will miss you
too" my dad answer. We got to Mexico City and my Grandpa was at the airport waiting for us. We
got to the town I had never seen so many people all my family was there the family of my dad and
mom. I didn't know what to do I was barely 5 years old. They had make tamales and don't remember
what else. I just wanted to do is go back to the US. The first few weeks were horrible I hated Mexico
they didn't have good pizza and hamburgers the food that my grandma did I didn't
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Mexico Research Paper
People all over the world long for new adventures. One way that people seek to find adventure is by
traveling to other countries. One country that all tourists should visit is Mexico because of its food,
art, and animals.
First of all, every tourists should visit Mexico's for its every good food.For example an empanada is
a stuffed bread or pastry baked or fried in many countries of Latin America and in Spain.Empanadas
is made by folding dough over a stuffing, which may consist of meat, cheese, corn, or other
ingredients.Another great food travelers should try a tamale.A tamale is a traditional Mesoamerican
dish made of maize or dough, which is steamed in a corn husk or banana leaf. The wrapping is
discarded before eating. Tamales can be filled with meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, chilies or any
preparation according to taste.The most common food in Mexico is an enchilada.An enchilada is a
corn tortilla rolled around a filling and covered with a chili pepper sauce. Enchiladas can be filled
with a variety of ingredients, including various meats, cheese, beans, potatoes, vegetables or
combinations.This is why I think Mexican food is the best. ... Show more content on
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Our lady of Guadalupe is the most famous art in Mexico's history. Our Lady of Guadalupe, also
known as the Virgin of Guadalupe, is a Roman Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary associated
with a venerated image enshrined within the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico
City.A Calavera is a skull used for the day of the dead.A Calavera is a representation of a human
skull. The term is most often applied to edible or decorative skulls made from either sugar or clay
which are used in the Mexican celebration.The Torres de Satélite are located in Ciudad Satélite, in
the northern part of Naucalpan, México. One of the country's first urban sculptures of great
dimensions, had its planning started in 1957. This is why Mexican art is so
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Our Lady Of Guadalupe Research Paper
December 12, Dia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, or better known as the day of Our Lady of
Guadalupe is a day celebrated by many Mexican Catholics. The night before on December 11
millions of people from every state visit the Basilica of our lady of Guadalupe, a Catholic church in
Mexico City. Some people take several days or weeks to get there because they go by foot from
state to state to reach to the Basilica. Mexicans honor their patron saint with prayers and songs,
exactly at 12am she is praised with many special happy birthday songs. Mexicans praise her because
hundreds of years ago on a hillside near Mexico City, a beautiful dark skinned woman appeared to
Juan Diego, a poor Indigenous Catholic. She told him her name was Saint Mary of ... Show more
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Posadas are held all across Mexico from neighborhood to neighborhood, they begin with a
procession where every member of the family hold candles and sing Mexican Christmas carols.
There are people who play the parts of The Virgin Mary and Joseph. They lead the way and the
procession will make its way to a different house each night. At each house they sing "La Canción
Para Pedir Posadas" known as "The Song to Ask for Hostel". The family that is outside of the house
sings the part of Joseph asking for shelter and the family inside responds singing the part of the
innkeeper saying that there is no room. The song is sung back and forth a few times until finally the
innkeeper decides to let them in. The family inside open the door and everyone goes inside. Once
everyone is inside the house the festivity begins with a short Bible reading and prayer. Then once
the prayer is over dinner is served with traditional "tamales" known as a "steamed corn husk filled
with corn dough and meat or sauce of your choice", and a hot "ponche" or "atole" known as "punch"
or "Mexican hot chocolate". Then the guests break piñatas and the children are given candy. The
nine nights of posadas represent the nine months that Jesus was in Mary's
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Summary: Basilica Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe
Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe When people go to a different country, they usually want to find
more information about it. Some countries, such as Mexico, have much history. Mexico has one of
the oldest cultures in all of history. 30,000 years ago, Mexico City was covered in thick sheets of
ice. Located in the Valle de Mexico, Mexico City is surrounded by formerly active volcanic
mountains. The earth underneath the city is unstable, so earthquakes are somewhat common. The
culture and daily life in Mexico City is very unique. Everywhere people walk, they could see shops
full of items ranging from religious statues to sweet candy. If they go to Mexico City on a special
day, they will see beautiful Mexican dances and many funny street performers. ... Show more
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According to Our Lady of Guadalupe of the South and the North, "She beckoned to him, and
speaking his native language, she revealed that she was the Blessed Mother, and that she wished for
a church to be erected on the hill. (36) She then ordered Juan Diego to talk to the Bishop, Juan of
Zumarraga, about what he saw today. After talking with Juan Diego, the bishop grew suspicious of
him. In the next two apparitions, Juan Diego was asking Mary to help him get the trust of the
bishop, only to return getting trust taken away from him. Here is what My Pilgrimage to Our Lady
of Guadalupe stated about the following
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Mexican Culture Research Paper
Latin America has a diverse population with different ethnic groups. Culture is a system that shares
values, beliefs, behavior. It is shared, learned and pass through generations. In Mexican culture,
religion plays an important part of our lives. From traditions and cultural believes. The cultural
group that I identify with is religion. As a catholic I believe Mexican culture hold their religious
rituals experiences to be very personal. It brings families closer to our culture ties. Religion was
something that my parents instilled in me at a very young age. In our culture as a catholic first is
baptism, confirmation, communion then marriage. Faith was embedded at a very young age in an
effort to be a better person and to clear the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For example, one of the stereotypes is the controversial topic of priest being pedophiles. The
religion and the church have developed a bad reputation regarding this matter. Not all priest fall
under this category. Another additional stereotype is "Why do we idolize saints and the Virgin
Mary"? It's not believed to be idolization, is respect. It is believed that God created earth, and that's
who we idolize. An additional stereotype is "all Mexican drug lord cartels are catholic? There
catholic and they kill! I am astonished to hear these types of stereotypes, religion has nothing to do
with the violence those individual choose. Another comment is "Catholic religion is so strict".
Another stereotype is Mexican Catholic families have big families because the religion does not
believe in birth control and they use religion for everything, and why do they drink and party too
much? I was once asked about a several stereotypes, I have been asked if my beliefs were forced
upon me, do I think I am better than everybody else, and can you do whatever you want as long you
go to confession. I was not offended when questioned about the stereotyping. I felt the person that
had questioned just didn't have a worldview about other people's
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The Virgin Of Guadalupe And La Virgen De Guadalupe
In the final resolution concerning religion, Chicanas declare, "Revolutionary change of [the]
Catholic Church or for it to get out of the way." On the resolutions listed under sexuality, Chicanas
mention how they recognize their suppression under the Catholic Church, how religion and culture
control their sex lives, and the "guilt complexes" pressured onto them when they challenge the
institution. Each of these themes are depicted through the cultural and religious symbol of the Virgin
of Guadalupe. La Virgen de Guadalupe or The Virgin of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico,
represents a central image of Mexican Catholicism. The Catholic Church utilized the symbolic
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The Virgin ordered Diego to collect Castilian roses around the hill and she helped him arrange them
into his cloak. On December 12 when Diego returned to the Archbishop, he opened his tilmátli or
cloak in which the image of the Virgin appeared. In response, the archbishop honored the Virgin's
request and built an altar in her honor. Today, The Basilica de Guadalupe in Tepeyac stands in
dedication to the Virgin's first appearance and remains the most visited Catholic shrine. Because of
the Virgin's Mexican history, she holds great significance to Mexican Catholics, so it is no surprise
why the Virgin remains inherent in Mexican culture, or as literary scholar Debra J. Blake so aptly
defined, "Guadalupe equals Mexico." Both men and women admire the Virgin, but her religious
setting provides a context for oppression through the church. NietoGomez explains how the church
utilized Guadalupe's image, "Marianismo, the veneration of the Virgin Mary, became the model of
how to make oppression a religious obligation. This is the heritage of the Chicana." The church
created a patriarchal role for themselves by weaving the Virgin's image as a pure mother to model
ordinary women's behavior. By applying this method through the guise of subjugation, the Church
rationalized their need to "protect" women in order to maintain their pure, moral status.
Paradoxically, feminine virtues expressed by the Virgin as to be employed by women represents
many contradictory elements. Debra
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The Five Stages Of Industrialization In The United States
It is extremely fascinating how cities evolved over time. Especially here in the United States since a
great hand full have been industrialized and as a result, some cities became very popular. The
industrial revolution gave cities the opportunities to expand in manufactures. Thus, factories began
to be developed and as a result, it provided civilians with job opportunities. As the years progressed,
cities expanded in two different methods. One method in how it expanded was by the Concentric
Zone Theory. According to Burgess, cities that in this zone expand outward in form of rings.
Burgess states that the closest zones to the origin are zone that is made up of labor workers and
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Walt Rostow established The Stages of Economic Growth that cities go through to get to modernity.
Rostow states that all societies will eventually be industrialized in just five stages (Fong 2016). The
first stage of modernization begins with the traditional society. In addition to the cities in Mexico,
there are small villages that are near and far from the city. Some of these villages still practice the
first stages of modernity through agricultural. Subsequently, as villages began to grow, they expand
their development of goods through the pre–conditions to the take–off stages. In this stage, goods
will be manufacture out of raw material then traded for other goods. When a city is large enough it
goes through innovation. The city acquires entertainment, several transportation methods, hospitality
services etc. these types of characteristics attract tourist. (CITE DR. FONG?) Mexico city has this
characteristic; sources of entertainment, transportation methods and hospitality services. This is
what is known as the drive to maturity stage. This is the stage that that attracts tourist due to its
modernity. Lastly, a city reaches the final stage of high mass consumption. Mexico city has reached
this stage because there is any form of consumption located throughout the city. Whether it is
automotive, electronics etc, it gives civilians the opportunity to be high consumers. (CITY DR
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Be Not Afraid By Abraham Heschel: An Analysis
The adrenaline a person goes through when they are afraid can occur multiple times in their life.
When the adrenaline is happening so often that a person is constantly afraid and cannot find the
happiness and joy they are looking for, is when they are not opening up their sinful eyes. One person
is not looking at the Man, who died on the cross for our sins and told the world that they shall "Fear
nothing, for I am with you always." (St. Faustina) Jesus, the Son of God, died for our sins on the
cross and resurrected to redeem man for their sins. Pope John Paul II said, "Be Not Afraid!" in St.
Peter's Square on October 22, 1978. Pope John Paul II and Abraham Heschel lived in the same time
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Abraham Heschel deported from Nazi Germany to go out and teach Jewish ethics and mysticism
while Pope John Paul II was secretly studying at a seminary with the archbishop of Krakow to
become a priest. The action of Pope John Paul II wanting to become a priest during World War II
exhibited no fear. Only his devotion and trust in God. Abraham Heschel later became a Jewish
religious author who was not afraid to shock man of the prophet's view of the world. Abraham
Heschel wrote, What Manner of Man is the Prophet, to open a human's spiritual mind of Who
created and owns the world. Pope John Paul II was a prophet through his leadership role in Church
history. Heroic souls seem to be chiseled out by tragedy. Although, tragedy may not change all lives
for the better, but it did change Pope John Paul II's. The journey of Pope John Paul II's life began
with the God's guidance in his childhood. In Pope John Paul II's childhood, he faced and heard about
the death of his loved ones. Before Pope John Paul II was born, his sister had passed away. As life
progressed, Pope John Paul II had a very special bond with his mother. Pope John Paul II
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Los Matachines
Every Step is a form of Prayer Intricate costumes, rhythmic movement, expression of culture, and
religious backgrounds all make up the art form of the dance of los Matachines. The traditional
dance–drama of los Matachines is danced by both men and women of all ages. Essentially, every
costume and instrument used by los Matachines is self–made by the dancers and can be created from
many different materials such as rocks, sand, feathers, etc. To begin their dance, these dancers will
form two lines facing each other with enough space in between, while the two main dancers at the
moment move along through the middle of those lines performing their specific piece in the dance.
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These two dancers are selected depending on their experience which includes their skills and
maturity in dance. The main characters consist of El Monarca Montezuma, his bride La Malinche,
El Abuelo, and El Toro followed by the rest of of the group of Matachines. Like I mentioned before,
every group of Matachines will have their own story to tell depending on the event however, they all
dance for the same religious purpose. One of the main stories ever told by any group of Matachines
is typically about one of the main characters, Malinche, whose only desire is for El Monarca to
murder El Toro who is represented by a man with horns on his head running around and through the
dancers. El Toro threatens Monarca, Malinche, and anyone else in his way. The evil then is finally
overpowered, killed, and castrated. There will be times when a Torito comes in the act, played by a
young boy who represents the bull being reborn. Last but not least, El Abuelo and La Vieja are the
characters meant for comic relief summing up a brief performance done by los
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When The Worlds Collide

  • 1. When The Worlds Collide "All ancient civilisations have contributed in some way to the development of modern society." – with these words of Dr Joyce Tyldesley I believe the main thought of documentary "When the Worlds Collide" written by Carl Byker and Ruben Martinez can be worded. The film presents the moment of the discovery of America by Spaniards and the following years, focusing mainly on the cultural aspects that underwent changes in that time. It shows the way various elements from both civilizations merged and intertwined to work as one new entity. The documentary also illustrates the clash of the New World and the Old World with the effects on both sides, the most prominent one being the creation of a new culture – the Mestizo culture, which is the mix ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When the Romans took over Greece, they also took over the Greek culture and, to a small degree, language in the process of Hellenisation . The Roman religion was created by copying the religion of the Greeks, with the exception of the names of the gods and goddesses and some other details. Other than that, the Romans also adopted the Greek architectural and literary style. As of other countries that were conquered by Rome, the Romans also took the way of building ships and the alphabet in an altered form from Phoenicia. In all of the countries that the Romans conquered they would build roads for their armies to move quickly. Roman roads were so tough and well–built that many of them have lasted in good condition even until now; the famous oldest road Via Appia that leads from Rome to Naples is still in use . Moreover, the Romans built numerous cities, among which are Vienna , London and Paris . Had Rome not conquered so many countries, the modern world would have looked entirely different. Rome had an enormous input in shaping of the European culture. Because Rome invaded other lands and created an enormous empire, it was able to spread the knowledge and new inventions on an extensive ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Mary In The Catholic Church Research Paper Mary is a very important figure in the Catholic Church because she plays the role of Mother of God and the Catholic Church. At a young age Mary agreed to carry the child of God. By agreeing to carry God's child she reversed Eve's disobedience. Mary is the serpent crusher that was foretold about in the Protoevangelism. Mary was the first disciple and she demonstrates the love that God desires from us. Aside from being the Mother of God Mary is also the bridge for the Old Testament to the New Testament. Mary fulfills some of the prophecies from the Old Testament. Overtime our understanding of Mary has grown and developed through tradition. Mary is the second most pictured person on Earth. There are also many different accounts of people encountering ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Our Lady Of Guadalupe Our Lady of the Liberation There are many names for Our Lady of Guadalupe like the Virgin of Guadalupe, and Tonantzin, but they all mean the goddess that protected the people and came to Juan Diego. Over thousands of years the story of Tonantzin, what the native Aztec people called their Virgin Mother Mary, has been passed down and celebrated in the Mexican culture for all of the good and protection that they believe she has brought them. In Rodolfo Corky Gonzales' epic poem "Yo Soy Joaquin" he references this Aztec goddess, Tonantzin because she is a religious figure, she was considered a native and she is a symbol of independence. To begin, Our Lady of Guadalupe, or the Virgin Mary, has always been present in the Catholic Church but was first seen in 1531 ("Our Lady of Guadalupe"). The first time she was spotted was on the Hill of Tepeyac where she met Juan Diego, a farmer, so he would talk to the bishop and request to put a monument or basilica in her ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Some of the causes her image has been associated with is the independence and identity of the Mexican and Chicano people (Livingstone). The first time it was used heavily was in 1810 when she was used as the rebel face in the Mexican independence against Spain as their battle cry was: "Long Live Our Lady of Guadalupe" ("Our Lady of Guadalupe"). Appreciation is displayed by how the first independent President of Mexico changed her name to Guadalupe Victoria to show her devotion to the goddess (Livingstone). And the Virgin of Guadalupe was used as a rebellious symbol of the Zapata's followers, who were mostly indigenous people, in the Mexican Revolution in 1910– 1920 using her as a symbol for mother nature and freedom (Livingstone). Overall Tonantzin gave many of the people hope that they could succeed and fight for their freedoms throughout Mexican and Latino ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. The Virgin of Guadalupe Appeared to Juan Diego An individual can belong to one or many cultures. Culture is what makes a person unique and in some ways can define an individual. Within the various cultures there are symbols and artifacts that are culture specific and have deep meaning. I identify myself with the Hispanic and Middle Eastern cultures. From my family roots I have learned information about my ancestors and some examples of specific items that have a unique meaning. For example, in regards to my Hispanic culture, one symbol that is recognized is Our Lady of Guadalupe. She is also recognized as the Virgin of Guadalupe and has the title of the Virgin Mary associated with a celebrated pictorial image in Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City (Catholic Online). Growing up as a child I attended private catholic school from Kindergarten through my senior year of high school. During this time it was a requirement that fellow pupils and myself take a religion class focused on the catholic faith. It was in my early years that I first encountered information regarding Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Virgin of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego in Tepeyac Hill Mexico City on December 12, 1531. She appeared on his cloak before Bishop Zummarraya. Suddenly after flowers fell to the floor. The Virgin of Guadalupe is seen among many Christians as an iconic symbol. Within this community are variations of cultures. However, for the Hispanic culture it is very important since it took place in Mexico. So it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Cultural Artifact Speech: Story Of La Virgen De Guadalupe Cultural Artifact Speech Outline I. Intro A. Attention Getter: By raising your hand, who here knows or has heard a story of La Virgen De Guadalupe? Let me tell you more about her. B. Revealed Object and Speaker Credibility: La virgin de Guadalupe represents Mexican people who believe in her, also known as "Guadalupanos". I think is important for people to learn about this culture to have a better understanding of why La Virgen de Guadalupe is important in the Mexican culture. C. Thesis: By explaining the story of La Virgen de Guadalupe, you will learn the reason of why people have so much faith in her. D. Preview of Main Points: First, I will discuss the story of La Virgen de Guadalupe and the importance in the Mexican culture. Then, I will discuss how I identify myself with this culture and one experience in which I explain why la Virgen de Guadalupe is important to me. II. Body A. Main Point 1: La Virgen de Guadalupe represents the Mexican culture and some of the American culture as well. 1. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sub–Point 1: According to a magazine named Latino Voices published on December 12, 2013 La Virgen de Guadalupe is the patron saint of Mexico. La Virgen had two apparitions in the year 1531. She first appeared to a poor peasant named Juan Diego on the Tepeyac Hill in December 9, 1531. The second time she reappeared to Juan Diego was on Dec 12 of the same year. This is where she ordered him to collect roses on his Tilmátli. Then for him to take the roses to the priest and to tell him that she wanted a church to be built for her. This story was told in Spanish and the Nahualt language. After 300 years later it became a national holiday in Mexico in the year 1859. The way to celebrate this holiday is by playing "Las Mananitas (birthday song)" to her every year on Dec 12 in the basilica which is also known as the home of la Virgen. Later on January 22, 1999 Pope John Paul II named La Virgen "Our Lady of Guadalupe the Patroness of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Lady Of Guadalupe Religion What is a belief? Belief is a trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something. That is what our Lady of Guadalupe is our belief, our confidence, our fight. Also our Lady of Guadalupe is a tradition because there is a lot of people that really belief on her and they celebrate her day and all that thing ´s. These story starts like these (1531). On December 9, 1531, in Mexico, our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to Juan Diego, a poor humble Aztec Indian who had recently converted to the catholic faith. She asked him to go to the Bishop and tell him to build a church where she said ¨I will show and offer all of my love, my compassion, my help and my protection to my people.¨ Juan Diego did as she asked, but the Bishop asked for a sign that this ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Right before their very eyes, the Bishop fell to his knees. He had the church built at her request.to make the story short; the tilma is still intact after 470 years. The colors have not faded and the cloth has not deteriorated. It was been on display in the Basilica of our Lady of Guadalupe for all this time. Because of all these amazing story the majority of the people belief in our Lady of Guadalupe and all the miracles she can do for all the people that belief on her and everything she does for us, the people that we love her. The manner in which Our Lady appeared on the tilma was very significant to the Aztec Indians. God had her dressed in a way that they would understand who she was. She was dressed in royal clothes that showed that she was very important, perhaps a queen. She also had the symbol of the cross at her neck which was the same symbol the Spaniards had on their ships and in the churches. Moreover, because these and many more reason. The cathedral of our Lady of Guadalupe was made in Juarez in the year of 1659 but horn was consecrated in 1941, that special place is a historical place in Juarez Mexico City. This cathedral was dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, is located in the border city of Chihuahua, in the area called Historic Center. It was built in the middle of the second ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Personal Narrative: My Grandparents And Mexico I meet my Grandparents and Mexico because of my mom. "Jamie we are going to Mexico and you will your Grandparents" said my mom "What!". The time had come I had to say bye to my dad and get into the plane. "Bye dad I will miss you so much" "You will come back Jamie, I will miss you too" my dad answer. We got to Mexico City and my Grandpa was at the airport waiting for us. We got to the town I had never seen so many people all my family was there the family of my dad and mom. I didn't know what to do I was barely 5 years old. They had make tamales and don't remember what else. I just wanted to do is go back to the US. The first few weeks were horrible I hated Mexico they didn't have good pizza and hamburgers the food that my grandma did I didn't ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14.
  • 15. Mexico Research Paper People all over the world long for new adventures. One way that people seek to find adventure is by traveling to other countries. One country that all tourists should visit is Mexico because of its food, art, and animals. First of all, every tourists should visit Mexico's for its every good food.For example an empanada is a stuffed bread or pastry baked or fried in many countries of Latin America and in Spain.Empanadas is made by folding dough over a stuffing, which may consist of meat, cheese, corn, or other ingredients.Another great food travelers should try a tamale.A tamale is a traditional Mesoamerican dish made of maize or dough, which is steamed in a corn husk or banana leaf. The wrapping is discarded before eating. Tamales can be filled with meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, chilies or any preparation according to taste.The most common food in Mexico is an enchilada.An enchilada is a corn tortilla rolled around a filling and covered with a chili pepper sauce. Enchiladas can be filled with a variety of ingredients, including various meats, cheese, beans, potatoes, vegetables or combinations.This is why I think Mexican food is the best. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Our lady of Guadalupe is the most famous art in Mexico's history. Our Lady of Guadalupe, also known as the Virgin of Guadalupe, is a Roman Catholic title of the Blessed Virgin Mary associated with a venerated image enshrined within the Minor Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City.A Calavera is a skull used for the day of the dead.A Calavera is a representation of a human skull. The term is most often applied to edible or decorative skulls made from either sugar or clay which are used in the Mexican celebration.The Torres de Satélite are located in Ciudad Satélite, in the northern part of Naucalpan, México. One of the country's first urban sculptures of great dimensions, had its planning started in 1957. This is why Mexican art is so ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Our Lady Of Guadalupe Research Paper December 12, Dia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, or better known as the day of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a day celebrated by many Mexican Catholics. The night before on December 11 millions of people from every state visit the Basilica of our lady of Guadalupe, a Catholic church in Mexico City. Some people take several days or weeks to get there because they go by foot from state to state to reach to the Basilica. Mexicans honor their patron saint with prayers and songs, exactly at 12am she is praised with many special happy birthday songs. Mexicans praise her because hundreds of years ago on a hillside near Mexico City, a beautiful dark skinned woman appeared to Juan Diego, a poor Indigenous Catholic. She told him her name was Saint Mary of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Posadas are held all across Mexico from neighborhood to neighborhood, they begin with a procession where every member of the family hold candles and sing Mexican Christmas carols. There are people who play the parts of The Virgin Mary and Joseph. They lead the way and the procession will make its way to a different house each night. At each house they sing "La Canción Para Pedir Posadas" known as "The Song to Ask for Hostel". The family that is outside of the house sings the part of Joseph asking for shelter and the family inside responds singing the part of the innkeeper saying that there is no room. The song is sung back and forth a few times until finally the innkeeper decides to let them in. The family inside open the door and everyone goes inside. Once everyone is inside the house the festivity begins with a short Bible reading and prayer. Then once the prayer is over dinner is served with traditional "tamales" known as a "steamed corn husk filled with corn dough and meat or sauce of your choice", and a hot "ponche" or "atole" known as "punch" or "Mexican hot chocolate". Then the guests break piñatas and the children are given candy. The nine nights of posadas represent the nine months that Jesus was in Mary's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Summary: Basilica Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe When people go to a different country, they usually want to find more information about it. Some countries, such as Mexico, have much history. Mexico has one of the oldest cultures in all of history. 30,000 years ago, Mexico City was covered in thick sheets of ice. Located in the Valle de Mexico, Mexico City is surrounded by formerly active volcanic mountains. The earth underneath the city is unstable, so earthquakes are somewhat common. The culture and daily life in Mexico City is very unique. Everywhere people walk, they could see shops full of items ranging from religious statues to sweet candy. If they go to Mexico City on a special day, they will see beautiful Mexican dances and many funny street performers. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Our Lady of Guadalupe of the South and the North, "She beckoned to him, and speaking his native language, she revealed that she was the Blessed Mother, and that she wished for a church to be erected on the hill. (36) She then ordered Juan Diego to talk to the Bishop, Juan of Zumarraga, about what he saw today. After talking with Juan Diego, the bishop grew suspicious of him. In the next two apparitions, Juan Diego was asking Mary to help him get the trust of the bishop, only to return getting trust taken away from him. Here is what My Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe stated about the following ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Mexican Culture Research Paper Latin America has a diverse population with different ethnic groups. Culture is a system that shares values, beliefs, behavior. It is shared, learned and pass through generations. In Mexican culture, religion plays an important part of our lives. From traditions and cultural believes. The cultural group that I identify with is religion. As a catholic I believe Mexican culture hold their religious rituals experiences to be very personal. It brings families closer to our culture ties. Religion was something that my parents instilled in me at a very young age. In our culture as a catholic first is baptism, confirmation, communion then marriage. Faith was embedded at a very young age in an effort to be a better person and to clear the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, one of the stereotypes is the controversial topic of priest being pedophiles. The religion and the church have developed a bad reputation regarding this matter. Not all priest fall under this category. Another additional stereotype is "Why do we idolize saints and the Virgin Mary"? It's not believed to be idolization, is respect. It is believed that God created earth, and that's who we idolize. An additional stereotype is "all Mexican drug lord cartels are catholic? There catholic and they kill! I am astonished to hear these types of stereotypes, religion has nothing to do with the violence those individual choose. Another comment is "Catholic religion is so strict". Another stereotype is Mexican Catholic families have big families because the religion does not believe in birth control and they use religion for everything, and why do they drink and party too much? I was once asked about a several stereotypes, I have been asked if my beliefs were forced upon me, do I think I am better than everybody else, and can you do whatever you want as long you go to confession. I was not offended when questioned about the stereotyping. I felt the person that had questioned just didn't have a worldview about other people's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. The Virgin Of Guadalupe And La Virgen De Guadalupe In the final resolution concerning religion, Chicanas declare, "Revolutionary change of [the] Catholic Church or for it to get out of the way." On the resolutions listed under sexuality, Chicanas mention how they recognize their suppression under the Catholic Church, how religion and culture control their sex lives, and the "guilt complexes" pressured onto them when they challenge the institution. Each of these themes are depicted through the cultural and religious symbol of the Virgin of Guadalupe. La Virgen de Guadalupe or The Virgin of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico, represents a central image of Mexican Catholicism. The Catholic Church utilized the symbolic image of the Virgin of Guadalupe to represent feminine virtue through a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Virgin ordered Diego to collect Castilian roses around the hill and she helped him arrange them into his cloak. On December 12 when Diego returned to the Archbishop, he opened his tilmátli or cloak in which the image of the Virgin appeared. In response, the archbishop honored the Virgin's request and built an altar in her honor. Today, The Basilica de Guadalupe in Tepeyac stands in dedication to the Virgin's first appearance and remains the most visited Catholic shrine. Because of the Virgin's Mexican history, she holds great significance to Mexican Catholics, so it is no surprise why the Virgin remains inherent in Mexican culture, or as literary scholar Debra J. Blake so aptly defined, "Guadalupe equals Mexico." Both men and women admire the Virgin, but her religious setting provides a context for oppression through the church. NietoGomez explains how the church utilized Guadalupe's image, "Marianismo, the veneration of the Virgin Mary, became the model of how to make oppression a religious obligation. This is the heritage of the Chicana." The church created a patriarchal role for themselves by weaving the Virgin's image as a pure mother to model ordinary women's behavior. By applying this method through the guise of subjugation, the Church rationalized their need to "protect" women in order to maintain their pure, moral status. Paradoxically, feminine virtues expressed by the Virgin as to be employed by women represents many contradictory elements. Debra ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. The Five Stages Of Industrialization In The United States It is extremely fascinating how cities evolved over time. Especially here in the United States since a great hand full have been industrialized and as a result, some cities became very popular. The industrial revolution gave cities the opportunities to expand in manufactures. Thus, factories began to be developed and as a result, it provided civilians with job opportunities. As the years progressed, cities expanded in two different methods. One method in how it expanded was by the Concentric Zone Theory. According to Burgess, cities that in this zone expand outward in form of rings. Burgess states that the closest zones to the origin are zone that is made up of labor workers and immigrants. In contrast to zone located furthest from the origin. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Walt Rostow established The Stages of Economic Growth that cities go through to get to modernity. Rostow states that all societies will eventually be industrialized in just five stages (Fong 2016). The first stage of modernization begins with the traditional society. In addition to the cities in Mexico, there are small villages that are near and far from the city. Some of these villages still practice the first stages of modernity through agricultural. Subsequently, as villages began to grow, they expand their development of goods through the pre–conditions to the take–off stages. In this stage, goods will be manufacture out of raw material then traded for other goods. When a city is large enough it goes through innovation. The city acquires entertainment, several transportation methods, hospitality services etc. these types of characteristics attract tourist. (CITE DR. FONG?) Mexico city has this characteristic; sources of entertainment, transportation methods and hospitality services. This is what is known as the drive to maturity stage. This is the stage that that attracts tourist due to its modernity. Lastly, a city reaches the final stage of high mass consumption. Mexico city has reached this stage because there is any form of consumption located throughout the city. Whether it is automotive, electronics etc, it gives civilians the opportunity to be high consumers. (CITY DR ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Be Not Afraid By Abraham Heschel: An Analysis The adrenaline a person goes through when they are afraid can occur multiple times in their life. When the adrenaline is happening so often that a person is constantly afraid and cannot find the happiness and joy they are looking for, is when they are not opening up their sinful eyes. One person is not looking at the Man, who died on the cross for our sins and told the world that they shall "Fear nothing, for I am with you always." (St. Faustina) Jesus, the Son of God, died for our sins on the cross and resurrected to redeem man for their sins. Pope John Paul II said, "Be Not Afraid!" in St. Peter's Square on October 22, 1978. Pope John Paul II and Abraham Heschel lived in the same time period as each other during the German occupation of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Abraham Heschel deported from Nazi Germany to go out and teach Jewish ethics and mysticism while Pope John Paul II was secretly studying at a seminary with the archbishop of Krakow to become a priest. The action of Pope John Paul II wanting to become a priest during World War II exhibited no fear. Only his devotion and trust in God. Abraham Heschel later became a Jewish religious author who was not afraid to shock man of the prophet's view of the world. Abraham Heschel wrote, What Manner of Man is the Prophet, to open a human's spiritual mind of Who created and owns the world. Pope John Paul II was a prophet through his leadership role in Church history. Heroic souls seem to be chiseled out by tragedy. Although, tragedy may not change all lives for the better, but it did change Pope John Paul II's. The journey of Pope John Paul II's life began with the God's guidance in his childhood. In Pope John Paul II's childhood, he faced and heard about the death of his loved ones. Before Pope John Paul II was born, his sister had passed away. As life progressed, Pope John Paul II had a very special bond with his mother. Pope John Paul II ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Los Matachines Every Step is a form of Prayer Intricate costumes, rhythmic movement, expression of culture, and religious backgrounds all make up the art form of the dance of los Matachines. The traditional dance–drama of los Matachines is danced by both men and women of all ages. Essentially, every costume and instrument used by los Matachines is self–made by the dancers and can be created from many different materials such as rocks, sand, feathers, etc. To begin their dance, these dancers will form two lines facing each other with enough space in between, while the two main dancers at the moment move along through the middle of those lines performing their specific piece in the dance. Although every group of Matachines will have their own story to tell, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These two dancers are selected depending on their experience which includes their skills and maturity in dance. The main characters consist of El Monarca Montezuma, his bride La Malinche, El Abuelo, and El Toro followed by the rest of of the group of Matachines. Like I mentioned before, every group of Matachines will have their own story to tell depending on the event however, they all dance for the same religious purpose. One of the main stories ever told by any group of Matachines is typically about one of the main characters, Malinche, whose only desire is for El Monarca to murder El Toro who is represented by a man with horns on his head running around and through the dancers. El Toro threatens Monarca, Malinche, and anyone else in his way. The evil then is finally overpowered, killed, and castrated. There will be times when a Torito comes in the act, played by a young boy who represents the bull being reborn. Last but not least, El Abuelo and La Vieja are the characters meant for comic relief summing up a brief performance done by los ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...