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Great Marian Figures, part III - Dr Miravalle: MCast 79

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The idea of Our Lady as Co-Redemptrix is an ancient teaching, which has its root in the understanding of Mary as the New Eve.  In the 5th century, there are liturgies calling Her the Salvatrix and the Liberatrix.  St. Andrew of Crete in the 8th century said, "In you we have been redeemed from corruption.  All of us have obtained salvation through her." To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to

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