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Dec

In Continued Dialogue with the Czestochowa Commission

In Continued Dialogue with the Czestochowa Commission

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15
Dec

A Response to 7 Common Objections – Part I

PART 1 On December 23, 2000, The New York Times ran a major story on the international Catholic movement Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici, which is seeking to encourage the papal definition of the Blessed Virgin Mary as “Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate.” Existing Catholic teaching of Mary as a Co¬≠redemptrix refers to the […]

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15
Dec

A Response to 7 Common Objections – Part 2

PART 2 Objection 4: To call Mary a co-redemptrix or to call Christians in general “co-redeemers” is to have a human being actively participate in redemption, which is a divine or, more specifically, a “theandric” activity, accomplished by Jesus Christ in his divine and human natures alone, and thus forbidden by Christianity. Such would only […]

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15
Dec

A Response to 7 Common Objections – Part 3

PART 3 Objection 6: On a more speculative theological level, it appears that Mary cannot participate in the acquisition of the graces of redemption (or “objective redemption”) as the Co-redemptrix when she herself needed to be redeemed. If she did cooperate in objective redemption, it is because without her objective redemption has not been accomplished. […]

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