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Thanks because two children beings from another world who take my class are behaving very well.

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I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe with the present retablo for being able to become a teacher of indigenous languages. It fills me with pride that I teach kids the beauty of our native languages. I ask for the people take more interest in preserving them because they are part of our history and our Mexican roots.

Veracruz, Mexico

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Young Anselmo Aguilar was tired of his teacher constantly flunking him in physics for no reason. One day he got so angry, he threw the teacher down the stairs of the school. He gives thanks to Saint Francis of Paula for he was only kicked out of school and did not go to jail. He also did community service and paid medical expenses.

There were some strange plants growing in my flower pots. They looked nice, so I let them grow. Then I noticed that the plants were eating insect. That was intriguing. But then they tried to catch my cats. I prayed the Virgin of the Rosary to protect my cats. I was going to throw these plants away, but my neighbor, a teacher, offered me good money for them. He wanted to take them to the school because they were rare specimens.

Señor Juan Gutierrez brings the present retablo testifying his gratitude to Saint John Bosco who made so he was given a job as a music teacher, and the things are going very well, and he’s got very good students.

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A teacher Violeta Escobedo came to the class and found two schoolgirls dancing striptease. She thanks Saint John Bosco with this retablo because the conversation with their parents was productive and they amended their ways.

I give thanks to the Virgin of Zapopan because I’ve almost always got intelligent and caring pupils. They make me feel very good professionally as a teacher. I offer this retablo to the Holy Virgin.

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I’m a high preparatory school math teacher, and I had a student who was flirting with me so that I would give her good grades because she was a bad student. I thank Saint Thomas Aquinas for the principal gave me another class because the girl began to wear daring clothes and harass me which could bring me professional problems and with my wife as well.

Rafael Barrios ~ Monterrey, Nuevo Leon

When I saw this scene on my cel phone and saw how they apprehended our teacher and going to hurt her, I got very angry. I entrusted her to the Virgin of the Solitude, the patroness of Oaxaca, and asked to protect her in their fight for the decent education for Mexico. We thank for she’s free now, because 6 persons were dead, 21 detained, 94 injured and many arrested. Let them know that they aren’t alone. Pupils and parents, we support the teachers.

Nochixtlan, Oaxaca, June 31, 2016

History. Art. Retablos.

A teacher Nicolasa Guzman brings this retablo to Saint John Bosco giving him infinite thanks for her pupils didn’t notice that she had diarrhea and even dropped some poop.

Puebla, 1949

Teacher Pedro Pablo M. got involved with the school principal and they were caught in the action. He gives thanks to the Virgin of Juquila because the union found him work in another place.

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My wife was a primary school teacher. She was teaching in second grade for many years but then she was moved to teach in third grade. She felt so distressed she began to give lessons in her sleep. And I couldn’t sleep listening about the monocotyledons and the dicotyledons. I couldn’t work either because of my lack of sleep. Then I implored the Virgin of Zapopan, and thanks to her my wife relaxed in few days. She doesn’t teach in her sleep anymore, and I can finally sleep peacefully.

My Pepito was a very naughty boy. He didn’t like to study at all. His teacher couldn’t stand him and was about to expel him from the elementary school. I thank Saint John Bosco because my boy changed a lot. Now he’s studying. Al least he scored 6 points in the exam, so he might pass to another grade, after three attempts.

Jacinta Rodriguez / Tlaxcala

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