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1001 1, 14 | the "obedience" which she professes to the word of divine revelation 1002 2, 31 | have celebrated it with a profuse poetic blossoming.81 The 1003 Int, 1 | Conception the Church sees projected, and anticipated in her 1004 3, 48 | Marian Year is meant to promote a new and more careful reading 1005 2, 29(74) | 69. On Mary Most Holy, promoter of Christian unity, and 1006 1, 21 | changed into wine - which prompts the Evangelist to say that 1007 3, 45(130)| himself, not into his own property, for he possessed nothing 1008 2, 27 | service. Thus is fulfilled the prophecy of the Magnificat: "All 1009 1, 21 | his life. Precisely as the Prophet Isaiah had foretold about 1010 1, 20 | confirm unwittingly that prophetic phrase of Mary's Magnificat 1011 1, 7 | Council says, "she is already prophetically foreshadowed in that promise 1012 3, 48 | Grignion de Montfort,143 who proposes consecration to Christ through 1013 1, 16 | to flee into Egypt in the protective care of Joseph, for "Herod 1014 2, 33 | the Lord (Deesis); as the protectress who stretches out her mantle 1015 1, 24 | promise contained in the Proto-gospel: the "seed of the woman... 1016 1, 11 | see from the words of the Protogospel, the victory of the woman' 1017 2, 33 | of the one who prays, the prototype of contemplation, the image 1018 2, 35 | down the centuries. This is proved by its daily recitation 1019 2, 25 | it with his Spirit, and provided it with those means which 1020 Int, 5 | Pauline Letters) in close proximity to the truth that the Son 1021 3, 43 | riches with discernment and prudence, in order to bear faithful 1022 2, 37 | who in the prayer of the Psalms awaited from God their salvation, 1023 2, 31(81) | which follows the Ethiopian Psalter and contains hymns and prayers 1024 1, 8(21) | Saint John Chrysostom (Pseudo), In Annunhationem Deiparae 1025 2, 37 | their trust in him (cf. Pss. 25; 31; 35; 55). Mary truly 1026 3, 44 | preserves with virginal purity an integral faith, a firm 1027 1, 7 | Christ, according to the purpose of his will, to the praise 1028 1, 21 | needs and sufferings. She puts herself "in the middle," 1029 2, 33 | Council of Nicaea (787). Putting an end to the wellknown 1030 Int, 5 | herself - as Mary did - the qualities of mother and virgin. She 1031 2, 37 | God. These are matters and questions intimately connected with 1032 1, 21 | that that event already quite clearly outlines the new 1033 1, 23(48) | and 53; the latter text quotes Saint Augustine, De Sancta 1034 2, 28 | and dioceses; through the radiance and attraction of the great 1035 1, 19 | mystery of Redemption, there radiates and spreads out the prospect 1036 3, 44 | gift of the Spirit, who raises up the new children of God, 1037 Int, 6 | encompass and measure its range.~The Council emphasizes 1038 2, 33 | hieratic figure, apparently rapt in contemplation of him 1039 2, 36 | forth. In them shines a ray of the mystery of God, the 1040 1, 19 | foot of the Cross seem to re-echo with supreme eloquence, 1041 2, 35 | Visitation, ceaselessly re-echoes in the heart of the Church 1042 3, 48 | promote a new and more careful reading of what the Council said 1043 1, 10(27) | Hymn II in the Office of Readings.~ 1044 3, 41 | defined by Pius XII, is reaffirmed by the Second Vatican Council, 1045 1, 12 | about Mary, who has become really present in the mystery of 1046 2, 33 | knowledge inaccessible to human reasoning and who attained through 1047 3, 42 | Holy Spirit."118~For these reasons Mary is honored in the Church " 1048 3, 44 | earth she cooperated in the rebirth and development of the Church' 1049 3, 49 | is a question not only of recalling that Mary "preceded" the 1050 1, 13(30) | Just...that Eve should be "recapitulated" in Mary, so that the Virgin, 1051 2, 35 | This is proved by its daily recitation in the liturgy of Vespers 1052 3, 39 | trust in her. For it must be recognized that before anyone else 1053 2, 30 | tells them - as their Mother recommends (cf. Jn. 2:5)- will be able 1054 3, 40(105)| forgiveness, petition and grace, reconciliation and peace" (cf. Preface 1055 3, 50 | the New Year "We desire to reconfirm this universal inheritance 1056 1, 7 | the Son of God is an event recorded in the first chapters of 1057 1, 20 | 20. The Gospel of Luke records the moment when "a woman 1058 2, 27 | Mary and confidently have recourse to her as his Mother, but 1059 1, 21 | release to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind..." ( 1060 1, 11 | the world), in which there recurs the sign of the "woman," 1061 Int, 1 | born under the law, to redeem those who were under the 1062 3, 44 | the new children of God, redeems through the sacrifice of 1063 [Title] | Redemptoris Mater~ 1064 2, 35 | therefore, the Church seeks to rediscover the unity of all who profess 1065 2, 30 | their unity will be truly rediscovered only if it is based on the 1066 Int, 5 | the Incarnation without referring to Mary, the Mother of the 1067 2, 36 | is his name." Her words reflect a joy of spirit which is 1068 2, 31 | existence, "they have taken refuge under her protection,"79 1069 1, 21 | his mother sounds like a refusal (especially if we consider 1070 2, 28 | the heart. It is gained or regained continually through prayer. 1071 1, 17 | reason, the Son of Mary was regarded by the people as "the carpenter' 1072 3, 47 | the true Catholic doctrine regarding the Blessed Virgin Mary 1073 1, 13(30) | the word of God, man being regenerated received, through life, 1074 2, 25 | destined to extend to all regions of the earth and so to enter 1075 1, 18 | condemned. "He was despised and rejected by men; a man of sorrows... 1076 1, 20 | insofar as these things relate to the goals and tasks assigned 1077 1, 22 | Mary's maternal role as it relates to the mediation of Christ. 1078 3, 46 | on special importance in relation to women and their status. 1079 1, 21 | to the poor...to proclaim release to the captives and recovering 1080 3, 43 | the Annunciation and by remaining faithful to that word in 1081 3, 49 | Church is called not only to remember everything in her past that 1082 2, 35 | helped his servant Israel, ~remembering his mercy, ~as he spoke 1083 2, 36 | the God of the Covenant, "remembers his mercy." ~ 1084 2, 28 | nations of the earth." And she reminds us of that truth according 1085 1, 13(35) | De peccatorum meritis et remissione, I, 29, 57: PL 44, 142; 1086 2, 37 | Christian Millennium, involves a renewed commitment to her mission. 1087 2, 37 | the Magnificat, the Church renews ever more effectively in 1088 2, 28 | Cross, an interior space was reopened within humanity which the 1089 2, 37 | Mother of God, constantly repeats after her the words of the 1090 3, 45 | Apostle and Evangelist, after reporting the words addressed by Jesus 1091 Int, 6 | exceptional pilgrimage of faith represents a constant point of reference 1092 1, 7 | includes everyone, but it reserves a special place for the " 1093 2, 30 | of their faith. They must resolve considerable discrepancies 1094 3, 45 | disciple and that he assumed responsibility for the Mother of his beloved 1095 3, 38 | of the merits of Christ, rest on his mediation, depend 1096 3, 47 | of the People of God." he restated this truth in an even more 1097 3, 39 | in union with Christ, the restoration of "supernatural life to 1098 1, 22 | in the Savior's work of restoring supernatural life to souls."45 1099 1, 21 | sequence of events which resulted from that invitation, that " 1100 1, 21 | contrast the motherhood resulting from the fact of birth with 1101 Conc, 52 | and achieved extraordinary results in the fields of science 1102 1, 17 | 17. When the Holy Family returns to Nazareth after Herod' 1103 1, 8 | Gospel context, which mingles revelations and ancient promises, enables 1104 3, 50 | and devout mind concur in reverencing the Mother of God, ever 1105 1, 10 | manner."24 By virtue of the richness of the grace of the beloved 1106 1, 14 | pilgrimage of faith. And on this road, in an eminent and truly 1107 2, 33 | churches and houses and at the roadside.84 This custom has been 1108 1, 17 | with her Son under the same roof, and faithfully persevering " 1109 Conc, 52 | mystery. She sees Mary deeply rooted in humanity's history, in 1110 1, 24 | sin and death at its very roots. It is significant that, 1111 1, 8(21) | 583; Saint Fulgentius of Ruspe, Epistola 17, VI 12: PL 1112 2, 33 | Ukraine, in Byelorussia and in Russia under various titles. They 1113 3, 43 | essentially bound to her sacramental nature, in "contemplating 1114 1, 13 | he comes into the world: "Sacrifices and offering you have not 1115 2, 37 | that there is a duty to safeguard carefully the importance 1116 3, 48(143)| de la varie devotion a la sainte Vierge. This saint can rightly 1117 2, 31 | in the last days, for our sake and for our salvation, was 1118 Int, 1 | In the liturgy the Church salutes Mary of Nazareth as the 1119 Int, 1(2) | Biblical (cf. Gen. 29:21; 1 Sam. 7:12; Tob. 14:5) and extra-Biblical, 1120 1, 10 | sharing in the salvific and sanctifying grace and in that love which 1121 3, 43 | contemplating Mary's mysterious sanctity, imitating her charity and 1122 2, 31 | Holy Spirit," tirelessly sang of Mary, leaving a still 1123 1, 20 | looking around on those who sat about him," as we read in 1124 1, 10(27) | the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday, Hymn II in the Office of 1125 1, 8 | is the eternal desire to save man through a sharing in 1126 2, 29 | their division constitutes a scandal.73~The ecumenical movement, 1127 1, 12 | Lk. 1:39). According to scholars this city would be the modern 1128 Conc, 52 | results in the fields of science and technology. It has made 1129 2, 31(82) | Ephrem, Hymn. de Nativitate: Scriptores Syri, 82, CSCO, 186.~ 1130 1, 23(47) | the first fruits of all Scripture and the Gospel of John is 1131 Int, 4 | is for the Church like a seal upon the dogma of the Incarnation, 1132 1, 16 | for "Herod is about to search for the child, to destroy 1133 3, 46 | to Mary, find in her the secret of living their femininity 1134 2, 29 | ecumenism: Christians are seeking ways to restore that unity 1135 | seemed 1136 1, 8(21) | PG 62, 765f.; Basil of Seleucia, Oratio 39, In Sanctissimae 1137 3, 46 | filial relationship, this self-entrusting of a child to its mother, 1138 3, 46 | human heart is capable: the self-offering totality of love; the strength 1139 3, 39 | all a result of her total selfgiving to God in virginity. Mary 1140 3, 38(96) | 263. Mary as a pure mirror sends back to her Son all the 1141 3, 44 | has always very rightly sensed a profound link between 1142 Conc, 51 | infinite "distance" which separates the Creator from the creature! 1143 3, 50 | the painful effects of the separation which took place some decades 1144 1, 21 | We are familiar with the sequence of events which resulted 1145 2, 32 | incomparably more glorious than the Seraphim. You who, without losing 1146 1, 20(43) | Saint Augustine, Sermo 25 (Sermones inediti), 7: PL 46, 938.~ 1147 1, 8(21) | VI, 7: S. Ch. 87, 148; Severianus of Gabala, In mundi creationem, 1148 Int, 6(16) | a vast obscurity and the shadow of death and deepest darkness?": 1149 3, 38 | own mediation is also a shared mediation.96 In fact, while 1150 2, 37 | God, the Church desires to shed light upon the difficult 1151 3, 46 | figure of Mary of Nazareth sheds light on womanhood as such 1152 2, 29 | as one flock under one shepherd."72 The journey of the Church, 1153 1, 16 | Christmas night, when the shepherds come to the stable (cf. 1154 1, 20 | keeping God's word.~This same shift into the sphere of spiritual 1155 Int, 3 | Advent expectation began to shine like a true "Morning Star" ( 1156 1, 18 | shares through faith in the shocking mystery of this self-emptying. 1157 Int, 3 | of her contemporaries - shone very clearly before the 1158 Int, 2 | faith hope and charity.~Shortly after the Council, my great 1159 2, 26 | recent events on Calvary had shrouded that promise in darkness, 1160 1, 21 | captives and recovering of sight to the blind..." (cf. Lk. 1161 1, 24 | by Jesus from the Cross signify that the motherhood of her 1162 1, 14 | pilgrimage will show surprising similarities to the faith of Abraham. 1163 1, 8 | is united to Christ, and similarly she is eternally loved in 1164 2, 36 | are simultaneously very simple and wholly inspired by the 1165 2, 37 | with such extraordinary simplicity. At the same time, by means 1166 3, 46 | depth elsewhere. Here I simply wish to note that the figure 1167 3, 44 | faith, a firm hope, and a sincere charity."127 Mary is thus 1168 1, 23 | given as mother to every single individual and all mankind. 1169 2, 32 | the assembled community sings in honor of the Mother of 1170 1, 9 | and unique. Hence also the singularity and uniqueness of her place 1171 3, 41 | Virgin and Mother she was singularly united with him in his first 1172 1, 23 | mother, and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, 1173 1, 16 | of the actual historical situation in which the Son is to accomplish 1174 1, 12 | conceived a Son; and this is the sixth month with her who was called 1175 1, 21 | human need, apparently a small one of little importance (" 1176 2, 25 | befit it as a visible and social unity. God has gathered 1177 2, 28 | sometimes whole nations and societies, even whole continents, 1178 3, 41 | completion of her earthly sojourn. She was exalted by the 1179 3, 48 | lacking.~There thus exist solid points of reference to look 1180 1, 8(21) | PG 85, 1777-1783; Saint Sophronius of Jerusalem, Oratio 11, 1181 1, 16 | motherhood will be mysterious and sorrowful. Thus, after the visit of 1182 1, 21 | Jesus' reply to his mother sounds like a refusal (especially 1183 2, 37 | which the "father of lies" sowed in the heart of Eve the 1184 Conc, 51 | clearly he has bridged all the spaces of that infinite "distance" 1185 2, 28 | could perhaps speak of a specific "geography" of faith and 1186 Conc, 52 | that it has succeeded in speeding up the pace of history. 1187 1, 20 | This same shift into the sphere of spiritual values is seen 1188 3, 41(108)| presents Mary immersed in the splendor of the Son's glory: In Dominica 1189 1, 21 | presents herself as the spokeswoman of her Son's will, pointing 1190 3, 50 | evangelization, Christianity spread beyond Europe, as far as 1191 1, 10(25) | Constantinople, In Annuntiationem SS. Deiparae Hom.: PG 98, 327f.; 1192 2, 35 | 35. At the present stage of her journey, therefore, 1193 1, 14 | Especially during certain stages of this journey the blessing 1194 3, 41 | she fully obtained that "state of royal freedom" proper 1195 1, 23 | outlined, now it is clearly stated and established. It emerges 1196 Int, 5 | Council expresses this when it states in another passage that 1197 3, 46 | relation to women and their status. In fact, femininity has 1198 2, 30 | Communities of the West76 are steadily converging upon these two 1199 1, 21 | the servants to fill the stone jars with water, and the 1200 3, 45 | of John, who at that hour stood at the foot of the Cross 1201 Int, 2 | wish to make this point straightaway - she proceeds along the 1202 2, 28 | of her "who believed," a strengthening of their own faith. For 1203 2, 33 | as the protectress who stretches out her mantle over the 1204 1, 20 | according to Matthew (12:49), "stretching out his hand towards his 1205 2, 28 | throughout the earth, the Church "strives energetically and constantly 1206 3, 41 | disciple" of Christ, who strongly emphasized that his mission 1207 3, 46 | a subject which can be studied in greater depth elsewhere. 1208 2, 30 | salvation. By a more profound study of both Mary and the Church, 1209 3, 41 | while now "all things are subjected to him, until he subjects 1210 3, 39 | will of the Most High and submitting to his power, says: "Behold, 1211 3, 39 | precisely this mediation subordinated to the mediation of Christ.~ 1212 1, 17 | the Annunciation and in subsequent events, bears within herself 1213 Conc, 52 | one could say that it has succeeded in speeding up the pace 1214 1, 16 | journey" of faith. His words, suggested by the Holy Spirit (cf. 1215 Int, 3 | opinions have been voiced suggesting that it would be fitting 1216 Int, 2 | concluding part offers a clear summary of the Church's doctrine 1217 2, 28 | preached and venerated, she summons the faithful to her Son 1218 1, 11 | Incarnation constitutes the superabundant fulfillment of the promise 1219 Int, 1(2) | fulfills the divine promise and supersedes the old law.~ 1220 2, 31 | made flesh.83~It does not surprise us therefore that Mary occupies 1221 1, 17 | a fact which would have surprised no one, since the name had 1222 1, 14 | her pilgrimage will show surprising similarities to the faith 1223 2, 37 | God. In contrast with the "suspicion" which the "father of lies" 1224 3, 38 | a similar way constantly sustains her solicitude for the brothers 1225 1, 21 | no wine"). But it has a symbolic value: this coming to the 1226 1, 24 | and through the Church, symbolized and represented by John. 1227 2, 31(82) | de Nativitate: Scriptores Syri, 82, CSCO, 186.~ 1228 2, 31 | the whole tradition of the Syriac Church.82 In his panegyric 1229 2, 31 | genius of St. Ephrem the Syrian, called "the lyre of the 1230 3, 45(130)| text the expression "eis ta idia" goes beyond the mere 1231 2, 37 | difficult and sometimes tangled paths of man's earthly existence. 1232 1, 20 | relate to the goals and tasks assigned to every human 1233 3, 48 | among the many witnesses and teachers of this spirituality, the 1234 Conc, 52 | the fields of science and technology. It has made great advances 1235 1, 16 | Annunciation to Mary, for they tell her of the actual historical 1236 1, 22 | oriented towards Christ and tending to the revelation of his 1237 1, 24 | addressed her by the same term at Cana too (cf. Jn. 2:4). 1238 2, 37(91) | 4: S. Ch. 211, 439-445; Tertullian, De carne Christi, 17, 4- 1239 3, 49 | everything in her past that testifies to the special maternal 1240 3, 39 | the handmaid of the Lord" testify to Mary's openness of spirit: 1241 2, 26 | and then grows through the testimony that Peter and the Apostles 1242 1, 13(30) | This is a classic theme, already expounded by Saint 1243 3, 42 | a profound biblical and theological justification.121~ 1244 | thereby 1245 1, 18 | count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied 1246 Int, 5 | of Christ. And one cannot think of the reality of the Incarnation 1247 2, 33 | lands of humble folk, of thinkers and of saints. The Icons 1248 2, 27 | of the Incarnation," she thinks of the Mother of Christ 1249 Int, 3 | to the beginning of the third, it becomes fully comprehensible 1250 3, 41 | that she might be the more thoroughly conformed to her Son, the 1251 1, 20 | when he was found after three days in the Temple at Jerusalem.~ 1252 3, 46 | limitless fidelity and tireless devotion to work; the ability 1253 2, 31 | lyre of the Holy Spirit," tirelessly sang of Mary, leaving a 1254 Int, 1(2) | Gen. 29:21; 1 Sam. 7:12; Tob. 14:5) and extra-Biblical, 1255 1, 20 | to be the case from the tone of those words, one must 1256 2, 26 | began to speak in other tongues, as the Spirit gave them 1257 3, 48 | Christ and of the Church, the topic to which the contents of 1258 3, 46 | capable: the self-offering totality of love; the strength that 1259 Int, 1(2) | fullness of time" (pleroma tou chronou) is parallel with 1260 1, 21 | quoted before his fellow townsfolk in Nazareth: "To preach 1261 3, 45(130)| Augustine, In loan. Evang. tract. 119, 3: CCL 36, 659: "He 1262 2, 26 | she followed him in the tragic experience of Golgotha. 1263 3, 48(143)| Marie Grignion de Montfort, Traite de la varie devotion a la 1264 2, 25 | but at the same time "she transcends all limits of time and of 1265 2, 26 | promise had begun to be transformed into reality. For Jesus, 1266 Int, 6 | subject here on earth to transitoriness, and part of the historical 1267 3, 43 | with whom I am again in travail until Christ be formed in 1268 1, 17 | him, "Son, why have you treated us so?" the twelve-year-old 1269 Int, 1 | at the beginning of its treatment of the Blessed Virgin Mary,1 1270 1, 7 | the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches 1271 2, 37 | which even "amid trials and tribulations" does not cease repeating 1272 2, 31 | the Orientals pay high tribute, in very beautiful hymns, 1273 1, 8 | source precisely in the Trinitarian life of God himself, God 1274 Int, 2 | proceeds along the path already trodden by the Virgin Mary, who " 1275 2, 25 | within herself the central truths of the faith."58 Among all 1276 2, 37(91) | Saint Justin, Dialogus cum Tryphone ludaeo, 100: Otto II, 358; 1277 1, 16 | Savior: "God is salvation." Turning to the Lord, he says: "For 1278 1, 21 | question), Mary nevertheless turns to the servants and says 1279 2, 33 | This year there occurs the twelfth centenary of the Second 1280 3, 48 | of which is now more than twenty years behind us. The Extraordinary 1281 Int, 5 | Christ.12 In this way the "twofold bond" which unites the Mother 1282 3, 40(105)| Beata Maria Virgine, ed. typ. 1987, I, 120).~ 1283 2, 33 | are still venerated in the Ukraine, in Byelorussia and in Russia 1284 1, 19 | virgin Eve bound through her unbelief, the Virgin Mary loosened 1285 1, 11 | whole of humanity, as the unchangeable and inviolable sign of God' 1286 3, 39 | Mary's motherhood itself underwent a singular transformation, 1287 2, 37 | boldly proclaims the undimmed truth about God: the holy 1288 3, 50 | glory of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity."146~ 1289 1, 23 | own home" (Jn. 19:25-27).~Undoubtedly, we find here an expression 1290 Conc, 52 | hour" (Mt. 25:13). It is an unending and continuous transformation 1291 1, 9 | also the singularity and uniqueness of her place in the mystery 1292 Int, 5 | her own saving mission by uniting in herself - as Mary did - 1293 | unlike 1294 1, 19 | find a kind of "key" which unlocks for us the innermost reality 1295 1, 20 | it can be said that the unnamed woman was the first to confirm 1296 Int, 3 | discreet as to pass almost unnoticed by the eyes of her contemporaries - 1297 1, 19 | of Eve's disobedience was untied by Mary's obedience; what 1298 1, 20 | was the first to confirm unwittingly that prophetic phrase of 1299 2, 37 | Magnificat the Church sees uprooted that sin which is found 1300 2, 29 | widespread awareness of the urgent need to achieve the unity 1301 1, 17 | contact with him she certainly uses this name, a fact which 1302 2, 33 | tenderness (Eleousa). She is usually represented with her Son, 1303 2, 26 | as the Spirit gave them utterance" (Acts 2:4). From that moment 1304 Int, 1 | Lord and Head and she who, uttering the first fiat of the New 1305 1, 20 | the sphere of spiritual values is seen even more clearly 1306 3, 48(143)| de Montfort, Traite de la varie devotion a la sainte Vierge. 1307 1, 8(21) | tradition there is a wide and varied interpretation of this expression: 1308 1, 21 | coming to them in the wide variety of their wants and needs. 1309 Int, 6(16) | sea: what is left but a vast obscurity and the shadow 1310 1, 17 | of the Cross - a kind of "veil" through which one has to 1311 Bles | Blessing~Venerable Brothers and dear Sons and 1312 1, 18 | to the immolation of the victim to whom she had given birth," 1313 1, 11 | of the Protogospel, the victory of the woman's Son will 1314 3, 48(143)| varie devotion a la sainte Vierge. This saint can rightly 1315 2, 28 | end."~During this time of vigil, Mary, through the same 1316 3, 43(126)| Lucae, Ad Claras Aquas, VII, 53, No. 40, 68, No. 109.~ 1317 Int, 1(1) | and the whole of Chapter VIII, entitled "The Role of the 1318 1, 17 | Annunciation, the mind of the Virgin-Mother has been initiated into 1319 3, 40(105)| Missarum de Beata Maria Virgine, ed. typ. 1987, I, 120).~ 1320 Int, 6 | elect as a model of the virtues."15 The pilgrimage of faith 1321 1, 15 | of the Annunciation, the vital significance of the angel' 1322 1, 14 | revealed with particular vividness. To believe means "to abandon 1323 1, 20 | in the crowd raised her voice" and said to Jesus: "Blessed 1324 Int, 3 | various opinions have been voiced suggesting that it would 1325 2, 25 | according to the flesh, which wandered as an exile in the desert, 1326 2, 35 | of the flesh she may not waver from perfect fidelity, but 1327 1, 11 | she who belongs to the "weak and poor of the Lord" bears 1328 2, 35 | the Lord, so that in the weakness of the flesh she may not 1329 2, 34 | 34. Such a wealth of praise, built up by the 1330 2, 31(81) | Cf. the Weddase Maryam (Praises of Mary), 1331 2, 31(81) | Mary for each day of the week. Cf. also the Matshafa Kidana 1332 1, 21 | various forms and degrees weighs heavily upon his life. Precisely 1333 3, 45 | like the Apostle John, "welcomes" the Mother of Christ "into 1334 2, 26 | spouse at the Annunciation, welcoming the Word of the true God, 1335 2, 35 | Magnificat," which, having welled up from the depths of Mary' 1336 2, 33 | Putting an end to the wellknown controversy about the cult 1337 | whoever 1338 2, 29 | basis of a clearer and more widespread awareness of the urgent 1339 1, 23 | mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. 1340 3, 40 | intercession continues to win for us gifts of eternal 1341 1, 17 | hidden these things from the wise and understanding and revealed 1342 3, 39 | virtue of this love, Mary wished to be always and in all 1343 3, 46 | Nazareth sheds light on womanhood as such by the very fact 1344 Conc, 52 | rising."~Mankind has made wonderful discoveries and achieved 1345 2, 37 | Mary, whom tradition is wont to call the "new Eve"91 1346 1, 18 | of these words. On that wood of the Cross her Son hangs 1347 1, 16 | homage ("they fell down and worshipped him") and after they had 1348 3, 43 | to the Gentiles when he wrote: "My little children, with 1349 1, 21 | beginning of the signs" wrought by Jesus - the water changed 1350 1, 10(26) | Damian, Carmina et preces, XLVII: PL 145, 934.~ 1351 2, 25(52) | Augustine, De civitate Dei, XVIII, 51: CCL 48, 650.~ 1352 1, 10(27) | Divina Commedia, Paradiso, XXXIII, 1; cf. Liturgy of the Hours, 1353 2, 37 | the spirit of the "poor of Yahweh," who in the prayer of the 1354 2, 36 | When Elizabeth greeted her young kinswoman coming from Nazareth, 1355 3, 44 | spirituality, including those for youth, and in the pastoral practice


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