This is another name I have heard for Our Lady of Guadalupe. The Lady told Juan Diego to take roses to the bishop to prove that the vision was real. In a barren, rocky place he found roses fresh and lovely growing in a place where roses could not grow and blooming in a frosty month when roses do not bloom. Our Lady arranged the roses in his cloak. When he got to the bishop and released his cloak, the roses uncrushed and unwilted fell to the floor. The bishop got to his knees. On the rough cloak of the Indian Juan Diego was the image of the Mother of God.
By appearing like the Indians of Mexico Our Lady showed her concern and care for all Mexicans. We honor her best by doing the same.