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"Our Lady, Destroyer of All Heresies": Sermon by Fr M Holden. A Day With Mary

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"Our Lady, Destroyer of All Heresies": Sermon by Fr Marcus Holden. A Day With Mary, January 2014. Westminster Cathedral, London, England. All DWM videos at: http://www.adaywithmary.org - Click cog and select to watch in 1080HD


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  1. Tom McCahill
    8 months ago

    I'll never understand why non Catholic Christians can be so indifferent toward the Mother of God. Do they think she was just happenstance? Do they fear that God Almighty might get jealous if we pay homage to Mary and recognize her as the Mother of God? Are we wasting the time we could be spending by praying to theTrinity? After all, She is the mother, wife and daughter of God, she should get some recognition, don't you think? One of Jesus' last words on the cross was, "Behold your Mother!" How many of us never asked our own mothers for anything?

    Do people feel slighted that God Almighty came down to Earth in human form and chose Mary instead of any other woman? I do not wish to be illogical, but I just don't get it. Is it a specific way to separate the differences that most Protestants have with Catholics?

    Would any star athlete today be offended if their Mom was exalted because of the athletic prowess their son posesses? Just using common sense, one "should" feel offended if their own mother is not at least recognized because of their fortune. I'm aware this is not true in 100% of all cases, but it is true in 100% of all normal cases. Mary is Theotokos! Mary has appeared to us several times. Is that all a hoax?
    Ave Maria

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