Milagros Guadalupanos "Guadalupe Miracles" a Faith-based Film

Based on True life Events

The Facts

The basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe is the most visited Catholic pilgrimage site in the world, and the world's third most-visited sacred site.

In 2016, more than 5 million believers visited the basilica in celebration of the Virgin's birthday on December 12.

Throughout the Mexican national history the Guadalupan name and image have been a unifying national symbol

In 1999, the Church officially proclaimed her the Patroness of the Americas, the Empress of Latin America, and the Protectress of Unborn Children.

Los Angeles based Guadalupe Radio has close to 4 million Facebook followers, that's 50% of the total Latino population in LA

Low Cost, High Revenue

"War Room" was produced for $3 million and it’s domestic total was $68 million

“God’s Not Dead” for $2 million. It made $61 million

Top Rated Content

Televisa's series "La Rosa de Guadalupe" has been on the air for decades garnering a reach of 16MM monthly viewers in Mexico and 14.9MM monthly viewers in the U.S. on Univision (15% lower vs. Primetime)

Televisa's "Cada Quien Con Su Santo" achieves a monthly rating of 12 points in Mexico

Unimas's "Moses and the Ten Commandments" enjoys a monthly reach of 8.7 million Total Viewers 2+

Seven other Univision specials catering to the faith-based community generate an average 1MM views per airing

Christian COMPS have a wide range of revenue success

Guadalupe Miracles

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Tres historias de lucha, de esperanza, de superación. Tres historias que son unidas por la fe y los milagros. Tres historias con un solo destino, con un solo mensaje, un solo nombre, la virgen de Guadalupe.

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Mariana, is nurse at a private clinic near her home, she is Beatriz and Agustín’s daughter, who are fervent believers of the Virgin of Guadalupe.

At an early age, she began having strange dreams she couldn’t explain. She was able to clearly hear a woman’s voice —but she was never able to see her face. The woman in her dreams calls her “daughter”. Mariana has told her parents about this dreams several times but they always tell her, perhaps evasively, that every time she feels desperate, she just has to entrust herself to the Virgin in order to find peace. But Mariana can’t find peace. In fact, her dreams have evolved into hallucinations, even when she’s awake. She’s very afraid, thinking she’s losing her mind, although she doesn’t dare to tell anyone about it.

Luciano and Valeria have a perfect life. He works as a music producer and and she’s a graphic designer. They travel. They own a large house, with all kinds of luxuries, cars, and a 7 year-old daughter, whom they call their princess. Her name is Alba. After a ballet class, the little girl suddenly faints. She’s driven to the hospital, where Doctor Enríquez must share with her parents the terrible news: Alba suffers from a cardiomyopathy that has caused her to have heart failure; without a heart transplant, she could die any second. The waiting list to receive a heart is very long, and the situation is even more complicated since Alba has a very uncommon blood type, which makes it even more difficult to find a compatible donor; they need a miracle to save her.

Doctor Enríquez talks to Mariana, the nurse about Alba’s situation. Mariana visits the little girl because there is something about her story that touches her heart. Alba is fascinated by a small necklace with a Virgin of Guadaulpe pendant that Mariana is wearing; it’s the one she thinks her parents put on her the day she was born. Mariana decides to give the necklace to Alba and tells her about her parents’ faith in the Virgin. Alba asks Mariana if she shares that faith, but at this moment Mariana’s dreams and hallucinations have begun to have an almost esoteric hue; they have her completely confused and, although she’s always relied on her prayers, she doesn’t know what to believe anymore.

Valeria is not a believer, and as soon as she finds out about the necklace, she asks to switch nurses; she feels strongly that the last thing her daughter needs is someone putting unrealistic ideas in her head. Sadly, Valeria is convinced that Alba might not make it, and she thinks that, if God does exist, he must be a cruel one to let her daughter die at such young age. But Luciano refuses to give up and he is willing to do whatever it takes to save Alba. He is also not a believer, but in the midst of his despair he goes to the clinic’s chapel and asks God and the Virgin of Guadalupe to give her daughter one more chance. He admits he has never prayed before (actually, he doesn’t know how to pray), but he swears that if his little girl survives, he will commit himself to spread the message of faith. He makes a promise to himself and decides to sacrifice all his material belongings. He sells his cars and his vacation property at the beach, and he donates everything to a variety of charities for the elderly, orphans, and stray dogs. Valeria thinks that her husband has gone mad, and the fights between them make matters worse. Valeria even talks about getting a divorce, but Luciano considers that if other people have witnessed and been protagonists of miracles, then maybe they can experience one too.

Several years ago, Nicolás and his dad used to share the love for music. However, an accident left the young man fatherless and his life completely changed. Ever since that moment he became solemn, sad, and lost his passion for life. His relationship with his mother went cold, and the only person who remains by his side is his girlfriend Irina, who feels more and more frustrated as the days go by because of Nicolás’s attitude —to make matters worse, he has developed an alcohol addiction, since he believes that drinking helps him get through difficult times. He has gotten in trouble with the law more than once, and he has been very rude to Irina whenever she has asked him to quit drinking. Things get worse the day he’s supposed to play at a small bar. He goes on stage completely drunk, making a fool of himself. After getting fired, Irina confronts him. He insults her and pushes her. Irina breaks up with Nicolás who ends up alone, confused, ashamed, and without any desire to keep on living. Right before dawn, Nicolás gets on a pedestrian bridge and jumps off, hoping to end his life and suffering.

Luisa has a small coffee shop. She gets up every day before sunrise and turns on the oven to have fresh baguettes ready for her first incoming customers. Even though she is young, pretty, and graceful, she has had bad luck when it comes to love. Her high school sweetheart, the only boyfriend she’s ever had, cheated on her and broke her heart. She’s never had another relationship since. She is a hopeless romantic who dreams on finding the perfect man. She watches her friends get married, one by one, and secretly suffers though her loneliness. Luisa has an altar of the Virgin of Guadalupe at her coffee shop. Every morning, before the place opens, she entrusts herself to the Virgin so she can have a good day —and maybe get her wish come true: That true love walks through the door.

One morning, on her way to the coffee shop, before dawn, Nicolás falls right next to her after jumping off the pedestrian bridge. Frightened, Luisa calls 911 and Nicolás is taken to the clinic. He suffers a concussion and spends two weeks in a coma. During those two weeks, Luisa visits him every afternoon. Even though he’s unconscious, she talks to him and tells him how things are going in the world. She also tells him her secret: she tells him about her desire to love and be loved, to find a man she can share her life with. She tells him she always asks the Virgin for this love to arrive, and (ever since she “met” Nicolás) she also asks for his recovery and for him to survive so that he can discover all the reasons why it’s worth living.

Mariana keeps having those dreams that become more and more lucid every time; now in addition of hearing the woman’s voice, she also can see her face in the shadows. This is all very confusing to Mariana. Despite the fact that she has never actually seen this woman before, she keeps showing up whenever she closes her eyes; she feels that she knows her somehow, and begins to have the urge to look for her so she can find out if she’s losing her mind or if she’s just having some sort of revelation.

Valeria gives Luciano an ultimatum: either he stops donating all their stuff and quits talking about virgins and gods, or she’s going to get a restraining order so he can no longer “pollute” their daughter. Ironically, it is on that very same day when Luciano and Valeria get the miraculous news: there is a compatible donor for their daughter and she is going to get a young healthy heart. Before undergoing surgery, Alba confesses to her mother that she has been praying to the Virgin, just as Mariana advised her, and she is sure that it was —the Virgin— who saved her. Valeria is very moved and starts to believe in the Virgin after starting to believe that the prayers and Luciano’s promise were what saved her daughter’s life. Luciano and Valeria apologize to each other and their marriage strengthens.

Nicolás finally wakes up. Luisa is overwhelmed with excitement and is very grateful to the Virgin for saving Nicolás. She tells him about her life and her coffee shop, and how that day when he jumped, the Virgin made sure their paths crossed at that exact moment; she was the only one on the street, and this happened because she was the one who was meant to help him. However, Nicolás is not happy. He wanted to die and he doesn’t thank Luisa at all for saving him —he won’t thank her or any Virgin! Luisa is devastated by all this —the two weeks she spent by his side, every afternoon, made her develop feelings of affection towards Nicolás. She felt she could talk to him, even if he was in a coma, and tell him all her secrets. Luisa leaves the hospital brokenhearted.

Nicolás is about to be released from the hospital when he meets Alba. Her surgery was a success and she is ready to keep on living. Alba tells Nicolás her story and gives him the Virgin’s necklace Mariana gave to her, since she believes he is the one who now needs it most. Nicolás doesn’t understand why everyone keeps talking about the Virgin. He leaves the clinic and looks for Irina. She forgives him, but does not want to get back together. She advises him to get help and make-up with her mother, unless he really wants to end up dead once and for all. Nicolás doesn’t know where to ask for help. He is about to start drinking again; he looks for money in his pocket, but he finds the Virgin’s necklace instead. Bewildered, he decides to go to the Basilica of Guadalupe, the Virgin’s “home”. Nicolás is taken by a children’s choir he listens to when he enters the Basilica; the choir is singing “La Morenita”. As he listens, he can’t catch his breath. He has never been touched by music that way. Filled with emotion, he completely surrenders.

Nicolás looks for Luisa at her coffee shop and asks her to forgive him for being so ungrateful. He tells her about the revelation he had at the Basilica and admits she was right: it was the Virgin who crossed their paths; she was the one who put Luisa there to save him. Nicolás finds his true calling: he writes a beautiful song for the Virgin to show his faith, and he decides to play it for ill children at the clinic to make them feel happy and give them some hope. He is convinced that, through music, he’ll be able to send the message.

Alba is about to be released from the hospital after spending some time recovering from her surgery. Suddenly she hears the beautiful song Nicolás wrote and tells Luciano about it. Luciano meets Nicolás and is truly impressed with his talent. Luciano offers Nicolás a record deal so his message and his voice can be heard by everyone who needs to start believing.

Mariana discovers that the woman who is constantly appearing in her hallucinations happens to be wearing a necklace exactly like the one she gave to Alba. She listens to her gut and finally talks to Beatriz and Agustin about all it. She asks them to please tell her the truth —she is certain that this woman is someone important in her life, and she knows she won’t be at peace until she finds out who she is. Her parents finally confess: 29 years ago, on a cold, rainy morning, a dog was barking at the doors of the Basilica of Guadalupe. The dog’s owner, who was the janitor of the Basilica at that time was Agustín. As he approached the front door he realized why was the the dog barking. Inside a basket, a new born baby girl was sleeping like an angel. The baby girl had been abandoned —she was covered with a white blanket and was wearing a necklace with a Virgin of Guadalupe pendant.

Agustín and Beatriz have always been believers. When they got married, they dedicated their vows to “La Morenita” (the Virgin). What they wanted most was to have a child, but Beatriz just couldn’t get pregnant. They prayed to the Virgin day after day, hoping she would send them the gift they had been wishing for: a baby. They never imagined they would become parents the way they did. Beatriz and Agustín decided to legally adopt the abandoned baby girl, and that’s how Mariana became one of many stories of true miracles.

Mariana can’t believe what she’s hearing; at first, she is very conflicted by the truth, but all the love and support her adoptive parents have given her throughout her life make the anger and hard feelings disappear. However, she is determined to do whatever it takes to find her birth mother. She is happy to know that she did not lose her mind, and realizes that the Virgin had a mission for her all along: that’s why she chose to be a nurse; without knowing, it was thanks to her true calling that she had been able to send the message.

One afternoon, Nicolás goes to the clinic to sing to the ill children. He runs into Mariana in the hallway —she is upset because she has not been able to find her biological mother just yet. Nicolás doesn’t know her story, but decides to give her the necklace of the Virgin, the one Alba gave to him, without knowing that the necklace originally belonged to Mariana. Mariana knows the miracle is about to happen, because that was the same exact necklace her real mother had put on her neck they day she abandoned her.

Nicolás and Luisa start a true and loyal friendship. He regains the desire to live and quits drinking for good —and he always prays. Nicolás and Luisa end up falling in love, since they have so much to share with each other. Luisa realizes that her prayers were heard: she found the love of her life, and it happened to be a man who went though a deep spiritual transformation. Together, they feed the hungry and Nicolás becomes Director of the church’s choir.

Mariana has an even more lucid dream. As if someone was sending her messages from the great beyond, she deciphers her mother’s whereabouts. Beatriz, Agustín, and Mariana find her biological mother. They realize she needs a lot of help, and that it’s truly a miracle that Mariana was able to find her alive: the woman lives on the streets near the Basilica and apparently suffers from a mental disorder —she mumbles some words and Mariana recognizes the voice she’s been hearing in her dreams ever since she was a little girl. Mariana finds out she wasn’t really abandoned. The truth was that her mother left her at the Basilica as an act of love, certain that it was the only way her daughter would survive, and she had been saved. Mariana realizes she wasn’t hallucinating: her real mother is actually wearing a necklace that’s identical to Mariana’s. Mariana’s mother is taken to the clinic. After Mariana’s mother has been stabilized and feels protected, she asks Mariana to take her to the Basilica so she can thank the Virgin.

All the characters are there. They were all protagonists of a miracle, and among the music, the prayers, and the feeling of gratefulness, Mariana’s mother finally reveals her name, which is “Lupita”. (short for Guadalupe)

Spanish version

Mariana, hija de Agustín y Beatriz quienes son fervientes creyentes de la virgen de Guadalupe, se dedica a la enfermería en una clínica privada cerca de su casa.

Desde muy pequeña, siempre ha tenido sueños extraños que no puede explicar, donde escucha claramente la voz de una mujer a la que no puede verle el rostro, pero que le llama “hija”. Ella le ha comentado esto varias veces a sus padres, quienes de forma quizás evasiva, siempre le dicen que cada vez que se sienta desesperada, se encomiende a la virgen para encontrar paz. Pero Mariana no encuentra esa tranquilidad, de hecho sus sueños han comenzado a volverse alucinaciones, incluso cuando está despierta, y tiene mucho miedo de estar perdiendo la razón, aunque no se atreve a contarle a nadie este temor.

Luciano y Valeria llevan la vida perfecta, él trabaja como productor musical, y ella como diseñadora. Tienen una casa grande, lujos, viajes, coches y una hija de 7 años, a la que llaman su princesa, Alba. Tras una clase de ballet, la niña sufre un desmayo que la lleva directo al hospital donde el doctor Enríquez les tiene que dar una dolorosa noticia a los padres. Alba sufre de una cardiomiopatía que le causó insuficiencia cardiaca, y sin un trasplante podría morir en cualquier momento. La lista para recibir un corazón es muy larga, y la situación es aún más complicada, pues Alba tiene un tipo de sangre muy poco común, por lo que encontrar un donante compatible requiere de un milagro.

El doctor Enríquez le platica la situación límite de Alba, y Mariana visita a la niña, pues algo en su historia mueve su corazón. Alba queda encantada con una pequeña medalla de la virgen que Mariana usa, la que cree que sus papás le pusieron desde que era una recién nacida. Mariana decide regalarle la cadenita a Alba, y le cuenta de la fe que tienen sus papás. Alba le pregunta si ella no comparte esa creencia, pero para estos momentos, las alucinaciones y sueños de Mariana que comienzan a tener un matiz casi esotérico, la tienen completamente confundida, y aunque siempre se apoyó en sus rezos, esta vez ya no sabe ni en qué creer.

Valeria definitivamente no es creyente, y al enterarse de esto, pide un cambio de enfermera, pues cree que lo que menos necesita su hija es que le metan ideas imposibles en la cabeza, Valeria llega incluso a hacerse a la idea de que Alba tal vez no se salve, y piensa que si hay un dios, tiene que ser uno muy cruel para permitir que una niña de esa edad, muera. Pero Luciano no va a darse por vencido y está dispuesto a todo para que Alba se recupere. Él tampoco es creyente, pero en su desesperación acude a la capilla de la clínica a pedirle a dios y a la virgen de Guadalupe que le den una oportunidad a su hija. Admite nunca haber rezado antes, no sabe de hecho cómo hacerlo, pero jura que si su pequeña se salva, él se dedicará a transmitir el mensaje de fe. Se hace a sí mismo una manda, y decide sacrificar sus cosas materiales como promesa. Vende sus autos y su propiedad en la playa, y lo dona todo a beneficencias de caridad para gente anciana, perros de la calle y niños sin padres. Valeria cree que su esposo se volvió loco, y el pleito entre ambos no se hace esperar, Valeria habla hasta de divorcio, pero Luciano considera que si otras personas han sido testigos y protagonistas de milagros, tal vez ellos también puedan serlo.

Nicolás y su papá compartían años atrás el amor a la música hasta que un accidente dejó huérfano de padre al muchacho, y su vida cambió por completo. Desde ese momento se volvió solemne, triste, perdió su pasión por la vida. Su relación con su madre se enfrío, y la única que se mantiene a su lado, es su novia Irina, quien cada día se siente más frustrada por la actitud de Nicolás, a la que se ha sumado una adicción al alcohol, el cual él cree que le ayuda a pasar los momentos difíciles. En varias ocasiones ha tenido problemas con la ley, y ha llegado al grado de portarse grosero con Irina cuando ésta le pide que deje de beber. Las cosas se ponen aún peor el día que él tenía que tocar en un pequeño bar, y sube completamente ebrio al escenario dejándose en ridículo. Al ser despedido, Irina lo enfrenta y Nicolás la insulta y la empuja. Irina decide terminar con la relación dejando a Nicolás solo, confundido, avergonzado y sin ganas de seguir adelante. Nicolás se sube a un puente peatonal durante la madrugada y salta esperando acabar con su sufrimiento.

Luisa tiene una pequeña cafetería a la cual llega antes de que amanezca para prender el horno y tener listas las baguettes. A pesar de ser joven y agraciada, tiene muy mala suerte en el amor. El único novio que tuvo en secundaria la engañó y le rompió el corazón. Desde entonces no ha podido volver a tener una relación, y es una romántica empedernida que sueña con el hombre perfecto. Ella ve como una a una sus amigas comienzan a casarse, y sufre en secreto su soledad. Luisa tiene un altar de la virgen de Guadalupe en su panadería, y todas las mañanas antes de abrir se encomienda a ella para que sea un buen día, y tal vez ese ansiado amor atraviese por la puerta.

Una mañana que Luisa creería sería como todas, le cambia por completo la vida. Caminando rumbo a su panadería antes del amanecer, Nicolás cae justo junto a ella tras tirarse del puente peatonal. Luisa aterrada llama a emergencias, y Nicolás llega a la clínica. Sufre una contusión cerebral, y pasa en coma dos semanas. Todas las tardes, durante ese tiempo, Luisa va a visitarlo. Aunque él esté inconsciente, ella se encarga de platicar con él y contarle cómo van las cosas en el mundo. Le cuenta también su secreto, le habla de las ganas que tiene de amar y ser amada, de encontrar una pareja y compartir su vida. Le dice que siempre le pide a la virgen porque llegue ese amor, pero que ahora también pide por él, para que se recupere, para que sobreviva y para que descubra que vale la pena estar vivo.

Mariana continúa teniendo estos sueños que cada vez se hacen más lúcidos, ya no solo escucha la voz de la mujer, sino que también puede ubicar entre sombras su rostro. Para ella es muy confuso, aunque nunca ha visto a esa mujer que se le aparece constantemente cuando cierra los ojos, siente que de alguna manera la conoce y comienza a tener la necesidad de buscarla para comprobar si está perdiendo la cabeza, o si está teniendo algún tipo de revelación.

Valeria le pone un ultimátum a Luciano, o deja de donar todas sus cosas y de hablar de vírgenes y dioses, o va a buscar una orden de restricción para que no pueda seguir “contaminando” a su hija. Pero justo ese día, Luciano y Valeria reciben la noticia casi imposible. Hay un donante compatible con su hija, y ella va a recibir un corazón sano. Alba, antes de entrar a cirugía le confiesa a su madre que ha estado rezándole a la virgen como Mariana le dijo que hacían sus papás, y que está segura de que fue ella la que la salvó. Valeria se conmueve y comienza a creer después de darse cuenta de que los rezos y la manda de Luciano le regresaron a su hija la salud. Ella y Luciano se piden mutuamente perdón y su matrimonio se fortalece.

Nicolás despierta. Luisa no cabe de la emoción y el agradecimiento con la virgen por salvar a Nicolás, le cuenta la historia de ella y su pequeña panadería, de cómo ese día la virgen la puso en su camino justo a esa hora donde nadie más estaba en la calle para que pudiera ayudarlo. Pero la respuesta de Nicolás sigue siendo negativa, él quería morirse y no le agradece en absoluto a Luisa el haberlo salvado, ni a ella ni a ninguna virgen. Luisa queda devastada, esas dos semanas junto a él todas las tardes, habían provocado cariño en ella, sentía que podía hablar con él aunque estuviera dormido y contrale todos sus secretos, Luisa se va con el corazón roto.

Nicolás está por ser dado de alta cuando conoce a Alba, quien ha salido perfecta de la cirugía y está lista para vivir. Alba le cuenta su historia, y le regala la cadenita de la virgen de Mariana, porque cree que ahora es él quien la necesita. Nicolás no entiende por qué todos le hablan de la virgen. Sale de la clínica y busca a Irina. Ella lo perdona, pero no quiere seguir con él. Le aconseja que pida ayuda y recupere la relación con su madre si no quiere acabar verdaderamente muerto. Nicolás no sabe dónde pedir ayuda. Está a punto de tomar la botella nuevamente, busca dinero en la bolsa de su pantalón para comprar alcohol, pero lo que halla es la medallita de la virgen. Desconcertado, decide ir al origen y visita la basílica. Al entrar se deja sorprender por un coro de niños que le canta a la morenita. Lo que escucha lo deja sin aliento, jamás había sentido de esa manera la música, con tanta emoción y tanta entrega.

Nicolás busca a Luisa en su cafeteria y le pide perdón por haber sido tan malagradecido, le cuenta la revelación que tuvo, y le da la razón, fue la virgen quien puso a Luisa ese día en su camino y quien lo salvó. Nicolás encuentra su vocación. Compone una hermosa canción para la virgen como muestra de su fe, y decide tocarla para los niños del hospital para alegrarlos y darles esperanza. Está convencido de que a través de la música puede enviar el mensaje.

Alba está a punto de ser dada de alta después de su tiempo en recuperación, pero escucha la bella canción de Nicolás y le habla de esto a Luciano, él conoce al muchacho y queda encantado con su talento. Le ofrece un contrato discográfico para que su mensaje y su voz sean escuchados por todos lo que necesitan creer.

Mariana descubre en una de sus alucinaciones que esa mujer que se le aparece constantemente, lleva una cadena igualita a la que ella le regaló a Alba. Sus instintos se revelan, habla de esto con Beatriz y Agustín y les pide que le digan la verdad, pues está segura de que esa mujer es alguien importante en su vida, y hasta que no descubra de quién se trata, no va poder sentir paz. Sus padres tienen que hacerle una confesión. 29 años atrás, una mañana fría y lluviosa, un perro ladraba a las puertas de la basílica de Guadalupe. El dueño del can, y encargado de la limpieza de los alrededores, era justamente Agustín, quien se acercó para descubrir el motivo del ladrido. Dentro de una canasta, una pequeña recién nacida dormía como un ángel. La niña había sido abandonada a su suerte, solo con una manta blanca y una cadenita con el símbolo de la virgen de Guadalupe.

Agustín y Beatriz siempre fueron creyentes. Cuando se casaron, le dedicaron sus votos a la morenita, y lo que más añoraban en la vida, era convertirse en padres, pero Beatriz no lograba quedar embarazada. Día tras día le rezaban a la virgen para que les concediera un bebé. Nunca esperaron que su hija llegara de la forma que lo hizo. Beatriz y Agustín decidieron adoptar legalmente a esa pequeña abandonada, y así fue como la vida de Mariana se convirtió en una de muchas historias de milagros. Mariana no lo puede creer, al principio entra en un serio conflicto, pero el amor que sus padres adoptivos le dieron durante toda su vida, no le permite enojarse o tener rencores contra ellos, sin embargo necesita con todas sus fuerzas encontrar a su verdadera madre. Agradece no estarse volviendo loca, y ahora entiende que la virgen siempre tuvo una misión para ella, que por eso eligió ser enfermera y que sin saberlo, gracias a su vocación, el mensaje ha podido entregarse. Una de las tardes en que Nicolás va a cantarles a los niños del hospital, encuentra a Mariana llorando por el pasillo, pues su búsqueda no ha arrojado respuestas. Nicolás no conoce su historia, pero decide regalarle la medalla que Alba le diera, sin saber que ella era la portadora original. Mariana sabe que el milagro está por cumplirse pues fue esa medalla la que la protegió cuando su madre la dejó.

Nicolás y Luisa comienzan una amistad leal, él recupera sus ganas de vivir, deja el alcohol con la ayuda siempre de sus rezos. Luisa y él poco a poco se enamoran pues ahora tienen mucho que compartir. Luisa se da cuenta entonces, de que sus plegarias también fueron oídas, encontró al amor de su vida en un hombre que tuvo una gran transformación espiritual. Juntos llevan pan a los necesitados, y Nicolás comienza a dirigir el coro de la iglesia.

Mariana tiene un sueño aún más vívido. Logra descifrar como si le estuviesen enviando otro mensaje del más allá, el paradero de su madre. Beatriz, Agustín y ella encuentran a la madre biológica de Mariana, se dan cuenta que de verdad necesita ayuda y que el encontrarla fue otro milagro para Mariana. La mujer vive en las calles cercanas a la basílica, y por lo que parece, sufre de trastornos mentales, balbucea algunas palabras con las que Mariana reconoce la voz que desde niña escuchaba en sus sueños. Mariana comprende que no fue abandonada, sino que su madre la dejó a las puertas del templo, como un acto de amor completamente segura de que sería salvada, y así fue. Mariana se da cuenta que nunca alucinó, su madre lleva esa medalla igualita a la suya, y cuando por fin es atendida en la clínica, estabilizada y se siente protegida, pide que la lleve a la basílica para dar gracias.

Todos los personajes se encuentran ahí. Todos fueron protagonistas de un milagro, y entre música, rezos y agradecimientos, la madre de Mariana por fin revela su nombre, el cual es Lupita.

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