Father Herrera is introduced to Latour

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Father Herrera is introduced to Latour. The seventy-year-old priest has recently returned from the  Shrine of Guadalupe. Cather relates the story of the Shrine. In 1531, a poor Mexican monk, Juan  Diego, travels to Mexico City from his monastery to attend Mass. On his way, he meets the Virgin.  She asks him to find the bishop and tell him to build her a church on that spot. She will wait for Juan  to return. When Juan tells the bishop, he is met in disbelief. Discouraged, Juan goes to his sick uncle  to care for him. After a few days, Juan returns to the monastery for medicine but travels an alternate  route from where the Virgin said she would wait. But the Virgin appears again and asks why Juan  has avoided her. He tells her that the bishop did not believe him and that his uncle is very ill. She  says that his uncle will be well, and that he should go again with her request to the bishop. Juan 
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