Do Catholics Worship Mary?

Our Lady Queen of Angels

When you go into a Catholic Church and you see a big, splendid statue of Mary with flowers in front of it, a bank of candles lit before it and an old woman kneeling down, fervently praying her rosary it would seem to be what it looks like: the woman is worshipping a statue of [Read More...]

Ladyday, Frodo Baggins and Happy New Year

Frodo

March 25 in the Middle Ages was called Ladyday–the Feast of the Annunciation. It’s an important day because, from the most ancient times, it determined the date for Christmas. In 386, St John Chrysostom preached a sermon linking the date for Christmas to the date of the Annunciation. He does so in a way that [Read More...]


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