Pope calls the idea of Mary as Co-Redemptrix "foolishness"
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(12-13-2019, 10:14 AM)josh987654321 Wrote: Well if she's just a disciple, then why not St John or St Peter or any of the other disciples appear on Juan Diego's tilma? Or in stone as with Our Lady of Las Lajas? Or at Fatima etc etc, Why were the other Disciples not assumed into heaven or born without original sin?

Ya, so true and to add: Every one of the Apostles and probably the Disciples as well, ran from the Cross at the Crucifixion. St. John showed up late, but none of the others. All of the Apostles died martyr's deaths, save St. John, but he nearly died, but survived, being boiled in oil. Mary was the only one of His followers who was with Him at various times throughout His Passion and death.

She was and is the ultimate example of True Faith in Jesus to this day!
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RE: Pope calls the idea of Mary as Co-Redemptrix "foolishness" - by Zedta - 12-13-2019, 02:39 PM



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