Saturday, February 12, 2011

February 12, 2011 – Catechism 721-726

Every time we have something about Mary, all the usually disagreements seem to be discussed.  Here we have most of them all in one place.  Instead of going into all of them again, everyone just step back and let’s think about it from a different point of view. 

Do we believe that God is all powerful, almighty, that nothing is impossible with God. 

Do we believe that Jesus is God.  Fully human and fully divine.  Although one person of the Trinity, still fully and totally God. 

Do we believe that Jesus was born of Mary, even though she was a virgin.  That the Holy Spirit came upon her and at that moment Christ was conceived in her womb.

If you believe all those things, doesn’t it make sense, still looking from God’s point of view, that the woman He chose to bring Him into the world in human form would be special.  Doesn’t it make more sense that she is created in a special way than for her to just be completely normal.  Christ is without sin because He is God.  Doesn’t it make sense that He would be formed in a womb of a woman who did not know sin.  Just some things to ponder about the Blessed Virgin Mary.  

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