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The Queenship of Mary Is Deeply Rooted in Scripture SEASONS OF GRACE - August 22, 2016 Today Catholics celebrate the Memorial of the Queenship of the Virgin Mary. Is this some idiosyncratic idea, unique to the Catholic Church? No. Pope Pius XII established August 22 as the Memorial of the Queenship of Mary in 1954; but Mary's role as queen over the universal Church finds its roots in the Scriptures. At the Annunciation , the archangel Gabriel announced that Mary's Son would rule forever on the throne of David. At the Visitation , Elizabeth calls Mary the ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/the-queenship-of-mary-is-deeply-rooted-in-scripture-2/
St Pius X COMMUNIO - August 21, 2016 With Saint Pius X we have an example of a man who was given the mission "to safeguard the Catholic faith and to restore all things in Christ," based on "heavenly wisdom and apostolic fortitude." This is what we need to attend to. From the Office of Readings given today for the liturgical memorial of Saint Pius X comes from the 1911 apostolic constitution Divino Afflatu written by himself: The collection of psalms found in Scripture, composed as it was under divine ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2016/08/st-pius-x/
The WIDOWED MOTHER and the DEAD YOUNG MAN. GLORIA OLIVAE - June 6, 2016 1. Events in the life of Christ. Events in the life of Christ have eschatological significance. It describes what will happen to the Catholic Church in the future. Or it explains in a deeper way Catholic teachings. And so the Gospel of the 10th Sunday is not a mere small incident of Christ meeting a widowed mother accompanying her young dead son. It explains the relationship between the Catholic Church and her imperfect children. To ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_06_01_archive.html#1104845561708556442