The Virgin Mary Through History

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Mike Aquilina and discuss the Blessed Virgin Mary throughout history. He wrote a great book on the subject titled "History's Queen". We touch on some aspects such as what those in the Apostolic age thought about her, how she brought comfort through the plagues, and how she... Continue Reading →

Mary Mother Of God…Updated

On my journey into the Catholic church there were three things that had the potential to derail me.  Mary, Mary, and Mary.  One of the objections I had, which sprang from my Baptist days, was the title of Mother of God for Mary. After all God is eternal and has always existed.  That title, at least in... Continue Reading →

Behold Your Mother

Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved, he said to his mother, "Woman, behold, your son." Then he said to the disciple, "Behold, your mother." And from that... Continue Reading →

Theotokos and the Council of Ephesus

Within the early church there were many issues when it came to Christology.  Some would take a piece of scripture and develop a whole theology without properly exegeting or considering what other scriptures say on an issue.  To put it in modern terms it was proof texting, but on a grandiose scale.  A scale in... Continue Reading →

Council of Ephesus

Within the early church there were many issues when it came to Christology.  Some would take a piece of scripture and develop a whole theology without properly exegeting or considering what other scriptures say on an issue.  To put it in modern terms it was proof texting, but on a grandiose scale.  A scale in... Continue Reading →

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