The dogma of the Immaculate Conception teaches that Mary was preserved from any stain of sin from the first moment of her conception onward. It’s a stunning truth to ponder, yet perhaps we might wonder how we can relate to a woman so pure and exalted. Here, then, are four things you and I can draw from Mary’s Immaculate Conception in relation to our everyday lives.
Vir Christi writes on Purgatory, the mudroom attached to Heaven, and the Poor Souls residing there who stand in need of our help.
Writer Serafina in her free verse poem “Traveling Soul” draws upon her own experience of a pilgrimage to Israel to highlight the sufferings of a soul seeking Jesus and struggling to find Him. A perfect poem for all “travelers” in need of encouragement!
Short reflections reminiscent of those “Ah ha!” moments we all have when something clicks with us.
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