Religious symbols are everywhere here, and like our treasured car window, many involve Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patron saint of Mexico revered north of the Rio Grande as well. In honor of the December 12 feast day of La Virgen de Guadalupe, the Latino Cultural Center, in conjunction with the Consulate General of Mexico, presents Guadalupe, ¨en mi cuerpo como en mi alma¨ (body and soul), an exhibit showing the pop-culture presence of Mary cloaked in blue star-printed robes and surrounded by red roses. The photographs in the exhibit are from the collection of author Marie-Pierre Colle Corcuera, who recruited people, teens to octogenarians, to demonstrate the role La Virgen plays in daily life--from window décor to dashboard statues to T-shirts sold in the market. LCC's Guadalupe also includes Our Lady memorabilia contributed by the Dallas community. The exhibit opens with local matachines performing indigenous dance rituals on the center's plaza, another popular and traditional place where Our Lady will make an appearance.