Sy Guasu

Posted by on June 16, 2013 in General |

I have i suck: Neina che Sy Guasu, chepytyvomina has aseramo ko tekovere ajapota ne ra anga kova ko yvyra kakuaagui agui. UPE jave ndaje Guaikurukuera ohasa ijyke rupi has jeko ndohechai has nonandui hikuai Jose-pe. Uperire Jose SBI yvyra kupegui has ome aguyje Tupasyme; AHA hogape has onepyru hembiapo ohechakuaavo Tupasy nepytyvo. Kuna mokoi ta anga Herape; SMS tuichaveva, ohejava ekue Tovatime; It has ambue ekue Ka ojeguerahava michiveva akupepe has been eva upe onemomorava has onemomba eguasuveva. THE LEGEND OF OUR LADY OF KA AKUPE is told that formerly, in reducing Tovati, city of the current Cordillera Department; lived the indio Jose, who was a prominent sculptor. The images carved in wood were of incalculable beauty.

One day, Joseph came out and went to a nearby hill in order to bring wood for its carved. While walking down a trail, he felt the presence of the fearsome Indians Guaikuru in your environment. Scared, Jose began to run with all his strength until he found a huge tree in its path. As a last option of life, he hid behind and elevated a prayer to Inmaculada Concepcion, today known as the Virgin of Ka akupe. He asked his intercession at that time difficult and desperate and promised him that if he was dating life of that circumstance, you tallaria in that tree a beautiful image. After a while, the Guaikuru crossed the site undiscovered Joseph; who, after this miracle, thanked the Virgin for the assistance provided. When returned to the reduction, Jose carved two images of the Virgin. One of them, the biggest, was in the village of Tovati; While the other, the smallest, was taken to Ka akupe where until today is venerated by the Paraguayan people of Catholic confession. Original author and source of the article.

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