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Mary Mother of the Son Vol II Paperback – December 1, 2009
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This fine book exploring the Church's teaching on Our Lady will be a joy to Catholics and a revelation to Protestants. I highly recommend it for both groups. --Fr. Benedict Groeschel C.F.R.
Mark Shea has written the single most helpful book on the Sacred Tradition written in our generation. In other books he has illumined the reading of Scripture and the worship of the Eucharist. Now in Mary, Mother of the Son, he takes us to the summit of creation, the Ark of the New Covenant, the true tabernacle of the Lord. To read this book is to love Christ as a brother, by honoring the mother he shares with us (John 19:27). --Scott Hahn PHD
About the Author
Mark P. Shea is author and co-author of numerous books, including the New York Times bestseller A Guide to the Passion: 100 Questions About The Passion of the Christ(Ascension). An award-winning columnist, he contributes numerous articles to many magazines. In addition, Mark is an internationally known speaker on the Catholic Faith.
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Top Customer Reviews
What makes this book really special, however, is how he shows, in a very unique and valuable way, how these Marian dogma's are important for us today.
With a very valuable overview of modern secular philosophy, he shows that Marian Dogma, particularly the immaculate conception and assumption run full force against the secular message the we are purposeless accidents of nature meant to indulge our carnal nature. Rather, in Mary, we see what humans truly are created to be, and what is truly natural, namely, to be totally devoted to God.
In addition, there is much in marian dogma to refute the subtle Gnosticism in many Christian Communities.
Excellent book. Great book if you have the question "What difference does Mary Make?"