Mary Immaculate: Beloved Bride of the Holy Spirit

In an earlier article, we saw five theological proofs from the Bible, all from the Old Testament and biblical books accepted by Protestants, of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Mother of God. Here, we continue our prayerful studies in Revelation, both from...

The Theology Behind Women Wearing Veils in Church

The noble Latin language that nourished piety for centuries; the serenity of Gregorian plainsong; the splendor of priestly attire; and the visible emphasis on the sacrificial nature of the Mass, wherein the Lord of glory makes His offering upon the Cross present anew...

Maria Lactans: How Our Lady Feeds Her Son, and Us

Catholic theologians throughout the life of the Church have elucidated, analyzed, and protected the doctrine of Christ’s incarnation. But few have captured this mystery in so arresting, direct, and radiant a manner as the sacred arts. In her literature, hymnography,...

Letting Go

Kerry Campbell shares her journey as a mother to trusting Mary, the Mother of God, to help mother her own son. Click the headline to visit our site and read the full article. Comment and share to support our volunteer writers!