Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
December 12th

Our Lady of Tepeyac High School is named for Our Lady of Guadalupe.  On the American continent, the celebration of Mary is frequently centered around the figure of our Blessed Mother as she appeared in December of 1531 to the native American Saint Juan Diego at Tepeyac Hill in the area of modern-day Mexico City.

On December 12th, the Our Lady of Tepeyac students, faculty and staff honor our Paton Saint with a Day of Giving. 
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The entire student body participated in our Day of Service.  Girls donated over 100 bags of canned food to fill the local Love Fridges, packed "Blessing Bags" for community members experiencing homelessness, wrote holiday notes to the elderly, ran a carnival for our Grade School and delivered hot chocolate, snacks and winter garments to migrants in the Little Village neighborhood.  

Service is at the heart of what is means for us to practice our Catholic faith.  It is one of the core values of our Tepeyac Pledge and mission statement. 

Tepeyac Girls Give.
Tepeyac Girls Care.
Tepeyac Girls Love.

Tepeyac Girls Serve at:
Taller de Jose
Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary School
Our Lady of the Angels
Love Fridges
Ronald McDonald House
Greater Chicago Food Depository
and more....!