Carrying a Torch for the Lady of Guadalupe Runners from Mexico reach New York carrying a torch in honor of the Lady of Guadalupe -- a symbol of hope for Mexico's down-trodden. In Manhattan, Mexican Americans packed a city block to greet the flame's arrival Thursday. Rachel Dornhelm reports.

Carrying a Torch for the Lady of Guadalupe

Carrying a Torch for the Lady of Guadalupe

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Runners from Mexico reach New York carrying a torch in honor of the Lady of Guadalupe — a symbol of hope for Mexico's down-trodden. In Manhattan, Mexican Americans packed a city block to greet the flame's arrival Thursday. Rachel Dornhelm reports.