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Mary In Our Lives

“As soon as she [Mary] had the use of reason, that is, from the first moment of her immaculate conception in the womb of St. Ann, from that time she began with all her powers to love her God; and thus she continued to do, ever advancing more in perfection and love through her whole life. All her thoughts, her desires, her affections, were wholly given to God; not a word, not a motion, not a glance of the eye, not a breath of hers that was not for God and for his glory, never departing one step, nor separating herself for one moment from the divine love.”  -Saint Alphonsus Ligouri, Bishop of Saint Agatha of the Goths and Doctor of the Church, First Discourse on the Assumption

Mary, Islam, and Fatima

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