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www.catholicscomehome.org/your-questions/church-teachings/mary-the-saints

Catholics believe that worship is due to God alone. Catholics do, however, honor Mary with great reverence and devotion because she is the Mother of God.

catholicstraightanswers.com/why-do-we-call-mary-mother-of-god

To understand the title, “Mother of God,” we must first clearly understand Mary's role as mother of our Savior, Jesus Christ. As Catholics, we firmly believe in the ...

catholicstraightanswers.com/what-do-we-mean-when-we-say-mary-was-ever-virgin

We as Catholics firmly believe that Mary is “ever virgin.” The Catechism asserts, “ The deepening of faith in the virginal motherhood led the Church to confess ...

www.bibleodyssey.org/en/people/related-articles/portraits-of-mary-in-the-gospels

Just as the four Gospels present different portraits of Jesus, so too do they present different portraits of his mother Mary. A minor figure in the earlier Gospels of ...

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www.rosary-center.org/consecrt.htm

Mary is not only the Mother of Jesus, Son of the Eternal Father; she is also Mother of all the Father's adopted children. As their Mother, she has been given the ...

rediscover.archspm.org/belonging/how-is-mary-the-greatest-role-model-for-christian-mothers

Mother's Day has a deep spiritual dimension. Mary, the mother of Jesus, is the greatest of all mothers. Motherhood has always been a sacred and noble vocation ...

www.apologeticspress.org/APContent.aspx?category=11&article=2676

It has been argued that “Mary is the creature closest to God. Moreover, while Christ is the mediator of all grace between God and creation, Mary is the mediator ...

www.theguardian.com/world/2006/dec/16/religion.commentisfree

Dec 15, 2006 ... Considering the importance of the Virgin Mary in Christianity, the historian is struck by the scarcity of supporting evidence in the New Testament ...