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Reverend Stafford Poole, a member of the Congregation of the Mission of Saint Vincent de Paul (Vincentian Community), was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1956 and received his PhD in U.S. and Mexican history from Saint Louis University in 1961. A former president and rector of Saint John’s Seminary College, Poole is retired and a full-time research historian, focusing on the Catholic Church in sixteenth-century Mexico. Previous works include Pedro Moya de Contreras: Catholic Reform and Royal Power in New Spain, 1571–1591 and The Guadalupan Controversies in Mexico.
Stafford Poole (2 Titles)

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Our Lady of Guadalupe
The Origins and Sources of a Mexican National Symbol, 1531-1797
By Stafford Poole

Our Lady of Guadalupe (Revised)
The Origins and Sources of a Mexican National Symbol, 1531–1797
By Stafford Poole

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