The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote

The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote

 

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The Disobedience of Eve and the Obedience of the Virgin Mary

[Jesus] became man by the Virgin so that the course that was taken by disobedience in the beginning through the agency of the serpent might also be the course by which it would be put down. Eve, a virgin and undefiled, conceived the word of the serpent and bore disobedience and death. But the Virgin […]

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A Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty

I have just recently returned from an annual 5-day silent retreat. It was a beautiful time of reflection, meditation, and encounter with the Lord. Out of all the beautiful and challenging elements, one has struck me: the power of prayer. No moment expresses my own fragility, my utter dependence on Another, than that of prayer. […]

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5 Feminine Virtues I Learned from Mary in the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary (Part 1: The Annunciation)

5 Feminine Virtues I Learned From Mary In The Joyful Mysteries Of The Rosary (Part 1: The Annunciation)

These days, I find myself praying often for a restoration of the masculine and feminine virtues in society. There’s so much confusion swirling about, whether it’s  “gender ideology,” sexual orientation, body dysmorphia, or otherwise. We all feel the tensions mounting in the social, political, and cultural realms. Most of us are wounded by this in […]

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The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote

The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote

The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote   More Resources On The Annunciation Related content: Saint Quote For The Feast Of The Annunciation Of The Lord What Eve Bound with Unbelief the Virgin Mary Set Free with Faith Have You Not Been Taking Care of Your Relationship with Mary? Pope Francis Explains Why […]

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3 Moments When Mary Had Reason to “Fear” the Annunciation

These words, “Do not fear”, must have deeply penetrated Mary’s heart. We can imagine how in various situations the Virgin must have pondered on those words, she must have heard them again. At the moment when Simeon said to her: “This child is destined to be the downfall and the rise of many in Israel, […]

What We Can Learn From Mary’s Faith At The Annunciation

Mary’s faith can also be compared to that of Abraham, whom St. Paul calls “our father in faith” (cf. Rom. 4:12). In the salvific economy of God’s revelation, Abraham’s faith constitutes the beginning of the Old Covenant; Mary’s faith at the Annunciation inaugurates the New Covenant. Just as Abraham “in hope believed against hope, that […]

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How Jesus’s Birth Leads The Way To Heaven

When you rock climb, the routes or ways you get up the wall are called a problem. You spend time trying to solve the problem, figuring out where your hands and feet go to complete the route. When there is a hard problem to solve, I often watch others climb and try to emulate their […]

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Feast Of The Annunciation of the Lord

Saint Quote For The Feast Of The Annunciation Of The Lord

Feast Of The Annunciation of the Lord More Resources For the Feast Of The Annunciation Of Our Lord Related content: 7 Attitudes The Virgin Mary Teaches Us On The Feast Of The Annunciation The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote What We Can Learn From Mary’s Faith At The Annunciation Feast of the […]

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