Blessed Virgin

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Synonyms for Blessed Virgin

the mother of Jesus

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This is especially true regarding the volume's narration of the biblical tradition of the Blessed Virgin, both as it stands on its own and as it is interpreted during the patristic era.
The Blessed Virgin church, said to have been built in the fifth century, was constructed in a cave.
The cultured reader, I dare say, will find in Dante and the Blessed Virgin McInerny at his best.
About Mary One Can Never Say Enough" will be variously received in relation to the reader's own familiarity and understanding of the topics enumerated within its pages, topics that include the Blessed Virgin Mary's Divine Maternity, Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity, and Glorious Assumption.
8, which coincided with the nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
He said he went to see the stump - which locals believe depicts the Blessed Virgin - and saw women praying around it.
Eight essays emerged on such topics as finding a Catholic hermeneutic, in search of Chicano Catholic identity and history, and "the Blessed Virgin made me a socialist.
I suppose Alistair will argue that the poor people in Lourdes and other places who have seen the blessed virgin will have seen nothing.
Growing up, we had altars to the Blessed Virgin Mary, religious statues, and crucifixes all over the house.
It became a place of pilgrimage and a church, now a basilica, was built on the spot in 1852, six years before St Bernadette saw the Blessed Virgin at Lourdes.
When Chester, a delusional transient, falls on his knees in front of Francesca in the cafe believing that she is the Blessed Virgin whom he has seen hovering over the river bathed in celestial light, he declares himself her protector.
The Rouennais puy was eclipsed after 1550 by the work of the Pleiade and mounting tensions between the orthodoxy and the reform, but Hue's work restores meaning to the theological, social, linguistic, and poetic achievements made during the first half of the French Renaissance in the name of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The church of St Mary Blessed Virgin was judged to be the best-kept churchyard in Warwickshire.