The Sacred Heart of Jesus "is a devotional name used by some Roman Catholics to refer to the physical heart of Jesus Christ as a symbol of Divine love."
According to sacred-destinations.com, the Virgin of Cobre, also known as the Virgin of Charity, dates back to 1608: "two Indians and a slave boy were gathering salt on the coast near El Cobre [Cuba] when they saw something floating in the water. It was a small statue of the Virgin Mary, carrying the Christ child and a gold cross. She floated on a board bearing the inscription, Yo soy la Virgen de la Caridad, 'I am the Virgin of Charity.' . . . Today, the Virgin of Charity in El Cobre continues to receive streams of visitors and stacks of votive gifts."