+JMJ+ This year is flying by! It’s the month of Mary already again and I need to change the sidebar and a couple of other things. Hey, it’s only the second day of the month, that’s early for me. I usually think about it sometime toward the end of the first week. Sigh. I’ve linked a couple of videos below and added a couple more links in the notes and links section at the end. Our non-Catholic friends and family almost always give us a hard time about the Mother of God. Maybe something here will help you answer when they question you.
Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. I pray that you and I will stay holy and virtuous this Easter season, and may we ask the Blessed Virgin Mary to help us become who the Lord intends us to be: SAINTS. Pray for me, and know that I pray for you. God bless you and may His Peace be with you during this Holy Week and always. +JMJ+
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Notes and Links
- Video: Why is May the month of the Blessed Virgin Mary?
- Video: The Kingdom of God and Mary, by Brant Pitre, excerpt from:
- Series: Why We Believe, by Brant Pitre. “In this mind-blowing series, Dr. Brant Pitre takes up the most commonly asked questions about the Catholic faith and provides clear and compelling biblical answers. He begins at the beginning–with the existence of God–and walks you step-by-step through the foundations of the faith.”
- Book: Jesus and the Jewish Roots of Mary: Unveiling the Mother of the Messiah, by Brant Pitre. Paperback, Kindle (Amazon affiliate links, see Full Disclosure below).
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