The Ever Blessed

Mary and the Liturgy

The CoRedemptrix: A Week Before His Passion, We Remember Her Compassion

If you’ve ever given something to a homeless person (money, food, etc.), you know that you didn’t do enough for him. The Master commands us, [...]

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“You Shall Die the Death,” a Reflection on Grace and the Mother of Grace

“And the Lord God took man, and put him into the paradise of pleasure, to dress it, and to keep it. And he commanded him, [...]

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The Holiness of Thursday and the Blessedness of Mary

“It was [Mary] herself who on that morning of the 8th of May placed her Jesus into my soul.” – St. Thérèse of Lisieux   [...]

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The Grounds For Our Devotion To Mary

“She is more mother than queen.” – St. Therese of Lisieux Today, in the Novus Ordo liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church, our faith witnesses [...]

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Our Chaste Representative at the Foot of the Cross of Christ

Today is the feast day of St. John the Evangelist (AKA St. John the Divine, the Beloved disciple, the author of the Gospel of John, [...]

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Advent, Mary, and the Language of Love

Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign. Behold a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son and his name shall be called Emmanuel. [...]

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The Ever Blessed – An Initial Reflection

Christians of the Byzantine Tradition (both Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholics) have opened their hearts and let flow many words of poetry and praise to [...]

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