Archive | Co-redemptrix & Fifth Marian Dogma
16
Feb

Our Lady’s Coredemption, Part II

In the preceding sections we have attempted to establish the fact of Our Lady’s Coredemption understood in the proper sense. We have done this by appealing to the Magisterium, Sacred Scripture, and Tradition. Regardless of the shortcomings latent in our examination of these sources, one thing remains undeniable: the vast majority of theologians and Catholic […]

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15
Feb

“Petition the Holy Father that True Peace May Come”

On May 31, 1955, the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title of “The Lady of All Nations” revealed an extraordinarily profound message to Dutch visionary, Ida Peerdeman in Amsterdam, Netherlands(Church approved, May 31, 2002), which begins by warning the nations of the world that “Satan is not yet banished” and then announces: “The Lady of […]

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11
Feb

Marian Coredemption and St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe

Pope Paul VI placed St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe “among the great Saints and enlightened spirits who have understood, venerated and sung the mystery of Mary,” (1) and Pope John Paul II placed in relief the prophetic vision and great value of St. Maximilian’s life and Mariology for the Church today. (2) Consequently, St. Maximilian’s Mariological […]

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11
Feb

Mary Mediatrix of All Graces, Part I

Marian mediation and its foundations have been the subject of extensive study, easily available in the published acts of congresses (1), anthologies (2), collections (3), monographs (4), and articles (5). The theme has been analyzed along biblical, patristic, liturgical, magisterial and dogmatic lines. If every published study on Marian mediation over the past one hundred […]

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11
Feb

Mary Mediatrix of All Graces, Part II

Mary Mediatrix of all Graces in the Pontifical Magisterium: From Benedict XIV to Benedict XVI   Mary’s universal mediation has been the object of the unchanging ordinary Papal Magisterium for at least the past three centuries and therefore must be considered Catholic doctrine, definitive tenenda, not dogmatically defined, but certainly definable (57). Despite this fact, […]

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11
Feb

Message of The Lady of All Nations, February 11, 1951

The Lady, Mary, Mother of All Nations (1) I see a bright light and then I see the Lady standing before me. She says, I am the Lady, Mary, Mother of All Nations. You may say: The Lady of All Nations or Mother of All Nations, who once was Mary. I come on this very […]

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10
Feb

A Prophecy of the Fifth Marian Dogma

Saturday, 02 June 2007 01:00 In this May 31, 1954 message from the Lady of All Nations (ecclesiastical approval, May 31, 2002, see “Church Approves Apparitions of the Lady of All Nations” article), Our Lady calls both theologians, bishops and the faithful to “work and ask for this dogma. You should petition the Holy Father […]

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10
Feb

“The Great Work Begins… the Dogma of the Co-redemptrix”

Saturday, 15 April 2006 00:00 In the October 11, 1953 message of the Lady of All Nations (ecclesiastical approval, May 31, 2002, see “Church Approves Apparitions of the Lady of All Nations” article), Our Lady speaks of the purpose for her visit: “to warn the world, the Church of Rome, and all peoples of degeneration, […]

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10
Feb

“Rally and Unite in the Name of the Lady of All Nations”

Friday, 03 November 2006 20:00 In Ida Peerdeman’s Eucharistic Experience of May 31, 1973 (ecclesiastical approval, May 31, 2002, see “Church Approves Apparitions of the Lady of All Nations” article), Our Lord warns his Church of the great dangers ahead, “Rome, keep watching, your enemy lies in wait,” but counsels his faithful not to despair, […]

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10
Feb