TF34: Catholics and Anglicans Thinking About Mary

This week on Thinking Faith, in keeping with the Marian theme of this Month of May Eric and Brett discuss our Church’s Marian Dogmas. We’ll look at what the Church has to say about Mary’s role as Theotokos (God Bearer), her Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity and Assumption into heaven all through the lens of a very exciting dialogue document produced by the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC) seeking common ground on Mary between Anglican’s and Catholics. AND if this piques your interest, you can even read ARCIC’s “Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ” document for free right here:

Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ

 And really, what could be better than free things and Mary?

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