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Mary for Today – Mary for the Third Millennium (3)

Given the directions outlined in Pope Paul VI’s Marialis Cultus, I will continue to develop the lines he recommended. Mary and Liturgy This has been another area of significant change. The numerous feast days of Mary, some with a very doubtful historical basis, have been trimmed. Those left, and even those added to the liturgical […]

Mary for Today – Mary for the Third Millennium (2)

Mary, Model for the Church In an insightful comment Karl Rahner reminded us that it was the image of the woman Mary that enabled the church in past centuries to prevent society, with which it was too uncritically identified, from setting up a purely patriarchal domination. He adds that the Church had to learn slowly […]