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Mary for Today for the Third Millennium (5)

Introduction In 1975 Pope Paul VI observed that for many in the Church devotion to Mary was both a problem and on the wane. One main reason for this lay in the fact that our approach to Mary reflected outdated ideas of the Middle Ages and Counter-Reformation period of the Church, views of Mary that […]

Mary For Today

The Battle for a┬áRenewed Mariology Introduction: Any attempt to understand Mary today has to begin with the bloodiest battle of Vatican II, the issue of whether to give Mary her own document and continue along the road that had begun with the definitions of Immaculate Conception and Assumption, of exalting her privileges with new definitions […]