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Mary and the Reformation (3)

Zwingli – Part 2 For Zwingli, father of the Reformation in Switzerland, Mary’s exemption from sin was a major reason to sing her praises. ‘Since the beginning of the world’ she alone of all women conceived her Son without transmitting to him ‘the human weakness that we all bring with us from Adam.’ Zwingli uses […]

Mary for Today:- Mary for the Third Millennium (4)

Ecumenical  Introduction The great document of Paul VI, Marialis Cultus, published ten years after Vatican Council II, called for a devotion to Mary that was ecumenically sensitive, especially to the centrality of Christ. We need to recognise how much we ourselves contributed in the past to the Protestant reaction against Mary. The historical roots lie […]