De Maria Numquam Satis: The Significance of the Catholic Doctrines on the Blessed Virgin Mary for All People

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Who is the Blessed Virgin Mary? Why is she significant for all people? How is she at work alongside her Divine Son, Jesus Christ, in redeeming and bringing us into union with the Blessed Trinity in this life and the next? De Maria Numquam Satis considers these and other questions through a collection of essays that explain the primary truths of the Catholic Faith regarding the Blessed Virgin Mary in a way that is at the same time "ever ancient and ever new."

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De Maria Numquam Satis: The Significance of the Catholic Doctrines on the Blessed Virgin Mary for All People

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Overview

Who is the Blessed Virgin Mary? Why is she significant for all people? How is she at work alongside her Divine Son, Jesus Christ, in redeeming and bringing us into union with the Blessed Trinity in this life and the next? De Maria Numquam Satis considers these and other questions through a collection of essays that explain the primary truths of the Catholic Faith regarding the Blessed Virgin Mary in a way that is at the same time "ever ancient and ever new."

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Editorial Reviews

The Most Rev. David A. Zubik
Excerpted from the Foreword:
About Mary, one can never say enough! How appropriate that the title of this book expresses the Latin axiom common to early Church scholars. Indeed, when we contemplate the words of the Archangel Gabriel to Mary, there are not enough books in the world that can explain the mystery of God's Divine Revelation.…this resource will help believers and even non-believers further realize not only Mary's role in Divine Revelation but how she continues to mediate and intercede in our world and Church. About Mary, one can never say enough! How true.
Fr. Peter Damian M. Fehlner
This scholarly, but reader-friendly collection of essays by Catholic and non-Catholic experts…is an excellent integration of challenging apologetics and sound ecumenical outreach. There is no better way to evangelize zealously and at the same time be ecumenically sensitive than to put no limits on the praise and love we shower on the Mother of God. De Maria numquam satis. The reason we can never give Mary too much honor is simply that we can never match the honor Christ first bestowed on her in becoming in the most literal sense her Child. If we wish to honor Christ authentically and above all else, then we must first do what He did: become her children, and then do what the beloved disciple did when Christ from the Cross told him to behold his Mother: take her into our hearts and homes. When we do this as beloved disciples, we will together find our Savior and salvation and in knowing Mary as she really is come quickly to realize that full union that has so long eluded us.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761848479
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 9/30/2009
  • Pages: 204
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Rev. Dr. Judith Marie Gentle is an Anglican Catholic and noted Marian theologian. Dr. Robert L. Fastiggi is a Roman Catholic and distinguished professor of theology at Sacred Heart Seminary.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Editor's Preface Chapter 3 The Immaculate Conception: Historical and Ecumenical Perpectives Chapter 4 "The Lord Has Created a New Thing on the Earth: The Woman Must Encompass the Man" (Jer 31:32): The Divine Maternity of Our Lady and the Relationship of Jesus and Mary as an Event of Redemption and Divine Revelation Chapter 5 The Perpetual Virginity of Mary and New Testament Textual Criticism Chapter 6 The End of Our Blessed Lady's Earthly Life, Her Glorious Assumption, and Their Implications for Today Chapter 7 Virgin Made Church: Reflections on Mary in the Franciscan Tradition Chapter 8 The Old Testament Background to John Henry Newman's Mariology: His Explanation of Key Marian Texts, Titles, and Typologies in Both Anglican and Catholic Doctrine and Devotion Chapter 9 Marian Coredemption At the Heart of the Christian Mystery Chapter 10 Divinely Given "Into Our Reality": Mary's Maternal Mediation According to Pope Benedict XVI Chapter 11 List of Contributors Chapter 12 Sacred Scripture Citations Chapter 13 Subject and Author Index

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